A mixed-use building is being eyed for Jefferson Street, with the developers a trio continue to assertively reinvent various properties within Nashville’s urban core.
The Bradley Development Group, led by Jared Bradley, will oversee the project, if eventually approved, at 1300 Jefferson St. near the inner-interstate loop. According to a source with information about the deal and who asked to go unnamed, Bradley will work with Nashville-based Steve Armistead and Meg Epstein on the development. The trio created an LLC to acquire the 0.21-acre property in May for $800,000, according to Metro records.
A permit related to stormwater grading is being sought. In addition, a rezoning will be needed. According to the source, the building will likely offer residential and retail spaces. A building (pictured) last home to fast-food chicken eatery KnockOut Wings will need to be razed to accommodate the future building.
Bradley could not be reached for comment, and the Post was unable to determine any other details of the proposed building.
The property sits within Metro Councilmember’s Freddie O’Connell’s District 19.
Of note, Bradley, Armistead and Washington D.C.-based Tim Morris are hoping to undertake a mixed-use project to include residential and retail space in North Nashville’s Buena Vista Heights neighborhood near MetroCenter. The trio plans two three-story buildings, one to offer 31 for-rent units and 2,500 square feet of retail and the other to feature 30 rental units and also 2,500 square feet of retail (read more here).
In addition, Armistead, Bradley and Morris are working on Linden Row near Hillsboro Village (read here). Similarly, Armistead, Bradley and Epstein are working on various other urban infill projects (read here).