New images have been released of the Union Brick mixed-use project being eyed for a site just north of Marathon Village.

To include residential and retail spaces, Union Brick will carry a roughly $85 million price tag and offer addresses of both 801 12th Ave. N. and  800 14th Ave. N. Nashville-based development company SR Residential Partners, led by Ben Schaedle and Peter Ripley, is undertaking the project. Schaedle is related to Rob Schaedle, who has developed various urban Nashville parcels with multi-story hotels and will team with SR Residential on the project.

Schaedle said SR Residential expects to announce a groundbreaking date early this year. The site is home to Union Station Brick (thus the name of the project) and Materials Co.

Union Brick will offer 379 apartment units (of which 24 will be live-work residences), 4,000 square feet of retail space and 10 townhomes.

The Birmingham office of David Baker Architects (Amanda Loper) and Nashville-based Johnson Johnson Crabtree Architects (David Brown) are designing the various buildings within Union Brick. Catalyst Design Group (Jeff Heinze and Jack Parker) is handling land planning efforts.

Anchored by Corsair Distillery and Marathon Music Works, among multiple other businesses, Marathon Village sits on the south side of the railroad tracks that Union Brick will address. 

Separately, SR Residential is planning to redevelop a West End Park site with a two-building residential project to be located near the structure once home to Outback Steakhouse. (Read more on that here.) The company is teaming with Nashville-based Grace Development on that effort.


Atlanta company lands $42M loan for Berry Hill project

Atlanta-based Brand Properties has landed a construction loan valued at about $42 million related to the multi-building residential project it plans in Berry Hill.

The loan comes after Brand last week paid more than $10 million for the site at 708 Berry Road, which is home to two buildings and located near the Metro Nashville Public Schools main office.

Read more about the company's plans here.

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