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Development spotlight: Fashion is in focus at 12 South Collection

From colorful headbands to designer eyewear, explore what’s in store for this 12 South development.

Two-story building under construction with "12 South Collection" and "Coming Soon" on the side of the wall.

Don’t mind the construction — some shops are open and ready for customers. | Photo by NASHtoday

A new mixed-use development — 12 South Collection — is bringing nine fashion-focused shops and two restaurants to 2803 12th Ave. S.

No need to delay, as these four retailers are already open:

The development’s lineup will also include clothing boutiques Hero, Alice and Olivia, and Jenni Kayne, along with Mejuri (jewelry) and Oliver Peoples (sunglasses and eyeglasses). Those businesses will open between now and early next year. Pro tip: Keep an eye on social media for individual grand openings.

Nashville foodies, on the other hand, will have to wait awhile longer for the food and beverage concepts. The to-be-named restaurants are slated to open in the third quarter of 2024.

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