The two-parcel property has addresses of 819 and 901 Russell St. and spans a collective roughly 0.56 acres on either side of South Ninth Street in Historic Edgefield.
“The building is a great candidate for adaptive reuse,” Walker said. “And in many cities, inner-city churches have been successfully converted into residential units, hotels and theaters.”
Source: East Nashville church building eyed for hotel | Nashville Post
(Photo: Davidson County Assessor of Property)
Both listed properties are within the path of development and adaptive reuse of old warehouses near downtown Nashville.
Gibson Gibson is seeking $6 million for this property in the Gulch with a warehouse building on it.
Source: Gibson looks to shed Nashville properties
When Nashville built its new stadium for the Tennessee Titans, the former headquarters of the Nashville Bridge Company were spared demolition. Built in 1908, with additions made to the 5,000 square foot building in 1924 and 1965, the compound was modernized by Hastings Architecture Associates as part of the Nashville Riverfront Master Plan. Renovations were recently completed, including a newly-built modern wing, and has been re-dubbed The Bridge Building.
The adaptive reuse required significant modifications to reflect sustainability concerns, which have resulted in a 46 percent decrease in annual energy costs, including solar hot water, a ground source heat pump, automated electrical monitoring, LED illumination, and smart operable windows.
via Cornerstone of Nashville Riverfront Master Plan Showcases Sustainable Adaptive Reuse.