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McShane Starts Construction on 322-Unit Apartment Community in Nashville

McShane Construction Co. has started construction on NOVEL Harpeth Heights, a 322-unit, garden-style apartment community in Nashville’s Bellevue neighborhood. The developer behind the project is Crescent Communities.

Located on a 22-acre site on Nashville’s southwest side, NOVEL Harpeth Heights will feature studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes ranging in size from 549 square feet to 1,529 square feet. The first residences will be available in late 2022. The development will incorporate nearly 28,000 square feet of shared amenity space for tenants, including a fitness studio, game room with fire pit, dog spa, lap pools and a dog park.

As part of the project, McShane is demolishing an existing building on the site and providing infrastructure improvements for an adjacent townhome development. The community is slated to be completed by October 2022.


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