The family proposing to build a massive development known as May Town Center remains committed to giving Tennessee State University 250 acres for a research park.
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The developer who hoped to build a second downtown in Bells Bend has pulled his rezoning request for the controversial project.
Metro Planners were set to discuss giving developer Tony Giaratanna an opportunity to convince them May Town Center deserved a second zoning hearing, until Giaratanna pulled his request just moments before the meeting.
The controversial May Town Center in Bells Bends is off the table, for now.
The future of a major development in Bells Bend could hinge on a Metro hearing today.
Next week the Metro Planning Commission will take a vote on whether or not it should reconsider approval of a massive office park known as May Town Center.
An effort to force developers to disclose who they’ve hired to push zoning legislation through the Metro Council has been sidelined for the time being.
The Councilman for the Bells Bend area of Nashville says he’s going to defer the controversial May Town Center development. The zoning change allowing for the proposal is before the Metro Council next week.
After nearly a year of discussion, the proposed May Town Center project did not pass the Metro Planning Commission Thursday night.
At a West Nashville community meeting last night tempers of residents, Metro Council members and the developer of the proposed May Town Center, flared over the project’s impact.
The Metro Planning Department staff issued a 48-page report Monday recommending approval of May Town Center with conditions.
Analysts hired to calculate the economic and traffic impacts of May Town Center reported back to the Metro Planning Commission Wednesday.
The Metro Council passed a number of expensive items last night.
The latest study on the proposed May Town Center development, estimates a net of $26 million annually would head into the coffers of Metro Government.
Thursday night’s public hearing for May Town Center brought out new supporters for the massive development planned for the now-rural Bells Bend.
The Metro Planning Commission set a series of public meetings today for the May Town Center development.
Tennessee State University president Melvin Johnson is out stumping for a controversial development in the now-rural Bells Bend area.