Residential development eyed for TSU area

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A Minnesota company that owns four properties in the greater Nashville area is planning a multiple-building residential project near Tennessee State University.

Minneapolis-area-based Dominium is eyeing a late summer to early fall 2020 start on the 11.7-acre site, which has addresses of 2404, 2500 and 2518 West Heiman St.

Willy Boulay, Dominium development associate, said Nashville-based Smith Gee Studio will serve as architect, with a rendering to be released in the next few weeks.

“We have a purchase agreement in place that runs through spring 2020,” Boulay (pictured) told the Post, noting a specific closing date has not yet been finalized.

Dominium will go before the Metro Planning Commission on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2020, to request a rezoning to accommodate the project.

Nashville-based FMBC owns the four-parcel property, which is located near both the Fisk/Osage North and Hadley Park neighborhoods. Led by developer Shawn Bailes, FMBC has undertaken residential projects, or plans to do so, in West End Park, 12South and Wedgewood-Houston.

Of Dominium’s four area properties, one is located in Davidson County and is under construction (Preserve at Highland Ridge, at 3474 Dickerson Pike).

Dominium has undertaken development and/or owns residential buildings in Denver, St. Louis, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Orlando, among other cities. The company, based in Plymouth, Minnesota, specializes in both urban and suburban work and also manages its residential buildings.

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