East Nashville’s Main Street – What’s Going On?

The ongoing redevelopment of Main Street has been fascinating to watch. So what is happening in the stretch from 5th to 10th Street?

butcher and beeNext to 5th and Main, work has begun on a 4-story apartment complex called Stacks on Main. The first available units are supposed to be ready by this fall.

Work is coming along at the new Family Wash location at 626 Main.  Upstairs is the new home to several businesses that have relocated, like web development firm Sprclldr.

East Nashville Cooperative Ministry has sold their building at 807 Main and is planning a move into a more suitable space in the neighborhood.  They serve as a food pantry site for Second Harvest food bank for the 37206 and 37207 zip codes.  Nearby at the corner of 8th and Main, a townhome project is being built.

Fat Bottom Brewery at 900 Main is reportedly looking outside the neighborhood for a larger space. Next door, South Carolina-based hip sandwich shop Butcher & Bee is planned to be open this fall.

Worm’s Way at 903 Main has closed and will be the new home of Smith and Lentz Brewing, a craft brewer.  Next door at the corner of Neill Ave and Main Street, the Mexican grocery store is rumored to be converted into a restaurant.

Next to Koi Sushi at 941, ground is being moved for a large mixed-use project.

Three large parcels that are owned by Hunter’s Auto were recently listed for sale by Chad Grout. The buildings are at 969, 974 and 975 Main Street on 1.5 acres.

A new bar called Duke’s has just opened in the space behind Marché at 1000 Main.

Pretty exciting stuff!  What else have you heard?

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