Segment at Pillow is Core Development’s newest project in popular Wedgewood-Houston designed by renowned local architect, Manual Zeitlin. The 34-unit development features twenty six modern 1-bedroom, 1-bedroom+study, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom flats as well as eight 3-bedroom townhomes. Conveniently located on the corner of Merritt Avenue and Pillow Street in the heart of Wedgewood-Houston, Segment is a mere few blocks from the Finery neighborhood, home to Corsair Distillery, Diskin Cider and Sassafras Market. Stroll to downtown Nashville or bike to the Nashville Fairgrounds. With the city’s big plans for expansion and renovation at both the Fairgrounds and Greer Stadium, Wedgewood Houston hopes to soon add several new restaurants, hotels, and even an MLS soccer stadium.
Flats at Segment range from 742 square feet to more than 1,000 square feet. The spacious, open-concept plans and floor-to-ceiling windows create both functional and beautiful living spaces in the heart of the neighborhood. Most flats even offer private balconies with select units boasting rooftop terraces.
Townhome units start at more than 2,100 square feet and feature private spacious outdoor terraces, some partially covered. In addition, the bottom floor of each residence has covered parking. Select townhomes will offer downtown views from top-floor patios.
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Five Places to Go in Nashville
Nashville’s Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood was long a run-down part of town. After creative types moved into the area, trendy restaurants, galleries, distilleries and other business have followed.
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Nashville’s new $250 million soccer stadium takes shape
Nashville, Tennessee, received an early Christmas present last year, in the form of a Major League Soccer (MLS) expansion club. Nashville was one of 12 cities with ownership groups vying for four possible expansion clubs, and on December 20, MLS made the announcement that the music city would be the first to be awarded a new team. Though the official announcement happened in late December, Nashville has been working toward a new team for well over a year. This includes plans for a completely new stadium.
Early designs for the 27,500-seat stadium surfaced mid-2017, with plans to position the pitch in the Fairgrounds, home to the Tennessee State Fair, located in the Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood. While details about the stadium are still being worked out, HOK will lead the design, adding it to the long list of stadiums the international firm has worked on in recent years.
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Notes: Permit issued for Wedgewood-Houston project
Core Development Services has landed a master permit for its Segment at Pillow, a 34-unit residential project in Wedgewood-Houston.
Village Real Estate Services, a Core sister operation, is pre-selling flats and townhomes for Segment, which will be built at the southeast corner of the intersection of Merritt Avenue and Pillow Street.
Segment (pictured) will feature 26 flats and eight townhomes with prices starting at $234,900.
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Image, details released for WeHo residential project
Core Development Services announced Wednesday it expects to begin site work in December on Segment at Pillow, a 34-unit residential project in Wedgewood-Houston.
Village Real Estate Services, a Core sister operation, has begun pre-selling flats and townhomes for Segment, which will be built at the southeast corner of the intersection of Merritt Avenue and Pillow Street, according to a release.
Segment will feature 26 flats and eight townhomes with prices starting at $234,900.
Read full Nashville Post article HERE