By Eliza Theiss, Associate Editor Charlotte-based developer Crescent Communities LLC is looking to take part in the redevelopment of Nashville’s dormant Bellevue Center Mall with a 335-unit apartment project, reports The Tennessean. Dubbed Crescent Bellevue, the apartment community would consist of 12 three-story buildings, five two-story buildings and 548 parking spaces, taking up 16.62 acres [...]
By Eliza Theiss, Associate Editor
As stated in The Tennessean
, if the site plan is approved, Crescent Bellevue will be part of the more than $100 million redevelopment of the defunct Bellevue Center mall, currently under the ownership of Oak Brook, Ill.-based Retail Properties of America, Inc. (RPAI). The redevelopment of the one-million-square-foot mall is helmed by a joint venture between RPAI and Charlotte-based Crosland Southeast.
The project aims to create a retail-driven, walkable, mixed-use development comprising 600,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and entertainment space, 150,000 square feet of medical/professional office space, around 300 apartment units and a hotel. According to News Channel 5, the project has two-year development timeline, with a projected kick-off date in fall 2015. Bellevue Mall closed its doors several years ago. The only operational tenant is a Sears store, which is currently in negotiations to keep its location or move to a new structure onsite.
Image credits: Crosland Southeast