A design review application was filed with the city last week to convert the vacant property at 5800 Magazine/740 Nashville into a mixed-use development anchored by an LCMC Health Clinic.
The developer, Robert Israel, is proposing a 4,600 square foot building that would replace the current structure, which was formerly a Pita Pit sandwich shop.
The new development will feature a new LCMC Health Urgent Care on the ground floor, with two long term residential rental units on the second floor.
The project’s design aims to maximize the ground floor commercial foot print and “enhances the urban edge along Magazine Street.” The elevations look great, and the project overall looks like a welcome addition to that corner. One to One Design is the architect.
This is the second redevelopment of a key corner on Magazine uptown. A new 7,500 square foot retail building at the corner of Magazine and State currently under construction will feature a Starbucks, smoothie shop, and pilates studio.
Check out the renderings below.
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