New York real estate company Somera Road Inc. has landed a permit related to the rehabbing of its The Bill Voorhees Co. Building in The Gulch.

The four-story building (the above rendering shows how it could look once updated) is located at 700 Eighth Ave. S.

The local office of Kansas City-based JE Dunn Construction is handling the job, with the permit valued at about $1.7 million. Nashville-based Manuel Zeitlin Architects is doing the design work.

Somera Road also owns the nearby structure previously home to the since-closed Downtown Antique Mall. It plans a major overhaul of the site (read more here).

Permit issued related to Neuhoff project

The owner of Germantown’s ex-Neuhoff Packing Co. property has secured a permit to allow for structural and architectural repair to one of the industrial buildings on the site.

The address is 1308 Adams St.

JE Dunn Construction is overseeing the work, with the permit valued at $500,000.

Atlanta-based real estate investment and developer Jim Irwin owns the property and will undertake a mixed-use project on the site via Neuhoff Acquisition LLC (which is affiliated with Irwin’s New City LLC).

Read more about the project here.

Murfreesboro distribution building sells for $6.95M

A Murfreesboro distribution facility has sold for $6.95 million.

The property has an address of 1975 Joe B. Jackson Parkway adjacent to Interstate 24.

The buyer and seller were LLCs, details for which the Post was unable to determine.

According to a release, the 109,800-square-foot office and warehouse building houses MasTec Network Solutions, an engineering and construction company based in Coral Gables, Florida.

Zac Cypress and Max Smith, vice president and senior vice president, respectively, of Colliers International | Nashville, represented the buyer.

“With such a high demand for industrial product in Nashville, this was a great single-tenant investment that allowed a new buyer to enter the market,” Cypress said in the release.

(Click on View Gallery in the above rendering to see a photo of the building.)

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