The owners of the Post Square Shopping Center are looking to transform the property into a new mixed-use development.  Recently submitted plans indicate that the project will consist of a new 8-story residential building, 9-story office building, and below grade parking structure.  The property is located on White Bridge Pike across from Target and the Lion’s Head Village Shopping Center.  The address is 21 White Bridge Pike.

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A request has been submitted to rezone from SCC to SP zoning for the collection of properties. Once approved, it will permit the mixed-use development on the 4.29-acres site.  The request was made by Earl Swensson Associates on behalf of the property owners. Here’s the quick rundown:


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White Bridge & Post

  • What’s Now: Shopping Center
  • What’s Next: Mixed-use Development
  • Owner: Post Square Shopping Center
  • Architect: ESA (Rendering Credits)
  • Civil/Landscape: Ragan Smith

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The proposed multifamily building is located at the corner of White Bridge Pike and Post Road.  The new building will move closer to the street and include street level retail/restaurant space.  The parking garage is located behind the multifamily building and is situated 4-5 levels below grade.

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The office building is located on the opposite side of the property which is currently the home of First Horizon Bank.  The Office building is separated from the residential building by the existing curb cut and entrance onto the shopping center property.  The office building will also feature street level retail space facing White Bridge Pike.

View of the office building along White Bridge Pike.

The three buildings are tied together using an open plaza which also gets vehicle access to the parking garage.  The overall layout will produce a more pedestrian focused design which is currently designed for parking cars.  Site enhancements includes a large retails plaza separate from new and wider sidewalks in the public realm.  Plans also show new landscaping areas and trees which will line the street. 

The project is scheduled for the 1/12/2023 Metro Planning Agenda.

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