Rezoning sought for mixed-use project in Nashville

Murfreesboro-based developer and general contractor TDK Construction has requested the Metro Planning Department rezone 18.7 acres of South Davidson property to permit mixed-use project Burkitt Station.The Nashville office of Ragan-Smith Associates Inc. has submitted the request and his handling engineering and land planning effort for TDK. Specifically, the developer wants the commission to rezone to specific plan from agriculture-residential. Burkitt Station would include retail and 248 apartments.Ross Bradley, TDK vice president of development, said the company is hoping to appear before the commission in March.“We had a meeting with the neighbors recently,” said Bradley (pictured), who added Burkitt Station will be TDK’s first development of major size in Davidson County. The company currently has seven projects underway throughout the South.

“We’re just starting to move forward with the project,” Bradley said, noting a price tag for the development is not being released at this point.

The properties to be developed are located at 13153, 13159, and 13167 Old Hickory Blvd. (See site here in an image courtesy of Google Maps.)

Thought the entire project will be called Burkitt Station, the eight apartment buildings collectively will be known as Vintage at Burkitt Station, Bradley said.

The commercial buildings will sit on about five acres and offer “neighborhood businesses,” Bradley said.

Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Parker and Associates is serving as architect for the apartment buildings. TDK is finalizing the selection of an architect for the commercial buildings.