Front Street Partners, LLC has submitted plans for a new riverfront development named Riverside At MetroCenter.  The 590-unit phased development is situated at the northwest gateway of Clarksville Pike and the Ted Rhodes Golf Course.  The project address is 0 Clarksville Pike.

This marks the second project on the Northwest side of the golf course.  Developer Wedgewood Avenue recently announced plans for 150-units along Ed Temple Blvd on the westernmost edge of the Golf Course.  Together this brings a total of 740 units between the two projects.  This project also joins the growing list of developments along the Cumberland Riverfront in North and West Nashville.

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According to Metro documents, the property last sold in December of 2017 for $1.3 Million.  A request has been submitted to rezone the property from R6 to SP zoning. Once approved, the request will permit the 590 multi-family residential units, on the 12.99 acres site.  The request was submitted by Catalyst Design Group on behalf of the property owner.  Here’s the quick rundown:


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Riverside At MetroCenter

  • What’s Next: Multifamily Development
  • What’s Now: Wooded Lot
  • Developer: Front Street Partners
  • Architect: Humphreys & Partners
  • Civil/Landscape: Catalyst
  • Capacity: 590 Units / 927 Parking Spaces
Sample of Phase 1 Elevations – Courtesy of Humpreys & Partners via Metro.

Phase 1 of the project includes 281 units spread across three buildings and 453 surface parking spaces.  The unit mix includes 1, 2, and 3-bedroom units.  Phase 2 of the project includes 309 units proposed in a single building structure.  This building has a 6-level parking structure with 474 proposed parking spaces.  The unit mix also includes 1, 2, and 3-bedrooms.

Phase 2 Elevation – Courtesy of Humpreys & Partners via Metro.
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The preliminary plans didn’t indicate building amenities. However, the site plans show that the project is located directly next to the MetroCenter Levee Greenway.  This walking/biking trail will provide a direct connection to Germantown and Downtown Nashville.  Overall site improvements include substantial natural stormwater management controls, a dog park, and pervious pavers.

The project is slated for the 1/12/23 Metro Planning Agenda.

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