It’s hard to miss all the construction projects popping up around the city. In case you skimmed over some of this groundbreaking news, here’s a quick recap of 10 developments on track to be completed this year.
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Tanger Outlets Nashville, Century Farms
Developers broke ground on the six-building, 290,000-sqft outlet shopping center last spring. The open-air mall, which could be completed as soon as fall 2023, is expected to include retailers like Nike, Levi’s, and Ralph Lauren, though the official directory has not been released. Nearby Century Farm developments include apartment complexes, medical buildings, and a Nashville SC training facility.
Nashville International Airport, 1 Terminal Dr.
The $1.5 billion BNA Vision plan, which launched in 2017, is nearing completion with the reveal of the new Grand Lobby this month + the opening of a satellite concourse, the new International Arrivals Facility, and an on-site hotel later in the year. The airport’s next sweeping plan, the $1.4 billion BNA New Horizon, is already underway with a scheduled completion in late 2028.
Neuhoff, 1320 Adams St.
This major multi-year project is comprised of mixed-use buildings totaling over 900,000 sqft, including two 14-story office towers, 542 apartment residences, retail and restaurant spaces, and riverfront amenities. Work will continue beyond 2023, but expect initial features and blocks to be completed this year.
Chief’s, Eric Church’s six-story bar and restaurant (200 Broadway) will serve Rodney Scott’s Whole Hog BBQ from rooftop bar “Hell of a Q” and boast a live broadcast studio. Friends in Low Places, Garth Brooks’ three-story, 40,000-sqft honky tonk (411 Broadway), is also expected to open this year with a police substation.
Timberhawk Hall, 514 Madison Station Blvd.
This new Madison music venue is expected to open this year with a ~1,000-person standing capacity concert hall, a two-story green room, and an outdoor beer garden.
Cannery Hall, 1 Cannery Row
The forthcoming music venue — formerly home to Mercy Lounge, Cannery Ballroom, and The High Watt — will feature a familiar setup: three stages and a top floor event space. Other upgrades include new food and beverage options, an updated backstage area, new lighting and sound systems, and improved sightlines.
The Broadview at Vanderbilt, 120 20th Ave. S.
Vanderbilt University’s housing community for graduate and professional students is slated for a late summer or fall completion with a public courtyard, a fitness center, and a collaborative workspace. The development’s retail component will house at least two locally-based retailers — grocery store The Turnip Truck and coffee shop 8th & Roast.
The Shoppes at Harding, 412 Harding Pl.
This two-floor retail and office building off of Nolensville Pike is nearing completion, with one tenant — Eggholic — already in operation. No other tenants have been formally announced, but permit data hints that Steam Boys and Priyal’s Collection are among businesses planning to open locations.
Mill Ridge Park Phase 1, 12924 Old Hickory Blvd.
The new park in Southeast Nashville will be anchored by Nashville’s “largest destination playground” and an expansive event lawn for community performances and festivals. Additional features include a fitness equipment and trail loop, courts, picnic shelters, restrooms, parking, and grassland meadows. The first construction phase kicked off in May 2021 and is nearing completion.
Nashville Zoo, 3777 Nolensville Pk.
A new Komodo dragon habitat, a leopard forest, and a two-story parking garage are among the Nashville Zoo’s latest projects. The Komodo dragon habitat is expected to open this year and feature indoor and large outdoor viewing areas. The leopard forest and parking garage are expected to be completed in 2024.