Permit Patrol: 9 April 2018

Tuesday, April 10th 2018

Work being done for Music Row office building, Renaissance Hotel spaces, and more…

AUTHORS Staff Reports

Panattoni Development Co. has landed the latest in various major permits for its five-story Music Row office building under construction at 1 Music Circle South.

The permit, valued at about $12.8 million, will allow the construction of the office tower’s shell and mechanical penthouse. The local office of Alston Construction Co. is handling the job.

The issuing of the permit follows Panattoni landing a permit, valued at about $8.5 million, in late 2017. That permit allowed for the construction of a three-level below-grade parking garage.

The future building (pictured) will carry a roughly $35 million price tag. Nashville-based Tuck Hinton Architects is handling design duties.

The address is 1 Music Circle S.

Renaissance Nashville Hotel lands upgrades

The commons areas at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel will see some major upgrades.

A permit, valued at about $5.55 million, will allow for the work.

The Nashville office of Skanska USA is handling the job.

The hotel building is located at 611 Commerce St.

Lyra space prepped on east side

The owners of Lebanese cuisine restaurant Lyra have landed a permit related to the opening this year in the East Nashville building last home to Holland House Bar & Refuge.

Chef Hrant Arakelian and his wife, Elizabeth Endicott, have landed a permit to allow for the update of the space. The permit is valued at $130,000. Nashville-based general contractor The Bradley Development Group is handling the job.

The address of the future restaurant is 935 W. Eastland Ave.

Lyra is being billed as offering modern Middle Eastern cuisine.

Arakelian and Endicott do not currently operate a Lyra elsewhere in Nashville.

Farmers Market slated for coffee shop

Nashville-based entrepreneur Amy Croger is now underway with the work for her Farm City Coffee, to be located in the Nashville Farmers Market.

Croger (click on the above image to see a photo) initiated in early March a Kickstarter effort to partly fund the business. She since has landed a permit for the build-out of the space. The permit is valued at $20,000.

Another Broken Egg space readied on west side

Officials with Another Broken Egg Café have landed a permit related to their future space at 4111 Charlotte Ave.

Valued at $305,000, the permit will allow the build-out of the 3,500-square-foot space, from which Flip Burger last operated.

Hendersonville-based Boger Construction is handling the work.

Another Broken Egg of America Inc., the parent company, is based in Mirimar Beach, Florida.

Nashville Business Journal reports a summer opening is being eyed. Nashville-based Double R Restaurant Group, led by Stuart Ottinger, is the franchisee.

A second Another Broker Egg, Nashville’s first of the chain, operates at 333 Union St. in downtown.