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West Nashville’s Rock Harbor Marina shares redesign plans

The community is encouraged to provide input for the Rock Harbor Marina development project, which includes an expansion of existing marine services, aesthetic improvements, and infrastructure upgrades.

A rendering of what Rock Harbor Marina could look like after redevelopment, showcasing green space and tennis courts.

A reimagined Rock Harbor Marina

Rendering via Centric Architecture

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Rock Harbor Marina, a West Nashville staple situated on the Cumberland River and home to Blue Moon Waterfront Grille, is ready to make some waves.

Dallas-based Prescott Group acquired the landmark and has released a revitalization plan to breathe new life into the property — we know what you’re thinking, and don’t worry, Blue Moon Waterfront Grille will remain as the anchor of the development.

A map of what the revitalized Rock Harbor Marina would look like.

Do you have an idea for this site plan? Use the community feedback link to voice your thoughts.

Screenshot via Rock Harbor Marina

What’s coming

As it stands, the marina boasts ~29 acres of boating facilities with 150 slips. Within the next year, the developer hopes to expand its existing marine service offerings, make aesthetic changes, and improve infrastructure. Expansion areas include:

  • Additional parking
  • More boat slips (ranging 30-55 ft)
  • Boater amenities
  • A mix of new commercial spaces

This includes restaurants and stores + waterfront services like boat, kayak, and jet ski rentals.

What’s arrived

The newly-opened dockside market offers drinks, snacks, and boating must-haves. Rock Harbor Marina also celebrates two new partnerships with Nautical Boat Club and Boat Rental Nashville.

Provide your feedback

Feedback is the fuel that keeps this boat afloat. A new website design now allows the community to provide input on what they wish to see included in the development. Think: Places you’ve visited that you think need to be available on the Cumberland.

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