NASHVILLE, TN | Multifamily Prospective Acquisition – Single Building Fund
Key Investment Highlights
- Walkable, Amenitized Submarket – Ideally situated between the well-established Sylvan Park neighborhood to the south and rapidly gentrifying neighborhood The Nations to the north, with immediate walkability to nearby bars, restaurants and attractions.
- Affordable-Luxury Product Type – With the subject property being just outside of Downtown Nashville, the development will offer more affordable pricing in a market where rents are skyrocketing due to high demand and a shortage of housing.
- High-Growth Sunbelt Market – Nashville has experienced staggering growth due to an influx of corporate relocations to the city. The city experiences an average net migration of 100 residents per day.
Single Building Fund
Estimated Project Cost
Total Debt Expected
405 40th Ave. North,
Nashville, TN 37209
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