Bellevue’s District 35: 18 Projects

There’s a lot happening in Bellevue these days, with projects big and small coming online. The projects listed below are in Bellevue’s District 35 or affect the residents of District 35. Check them out below. We’re also sending periodic updates by e-mail, so enter your e-mail address to the right to stay informed!

Bellevue Project Map

 

 

Civic Projects

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1 New High School

Former HopePark Site
New high school to replace Hillwood
Metro Schools will construct a new, state-of-the-art high school in the heart of Bellevue as a replacement for Hillwood High School. The land has been purchased and site prep has begun. Dave plans to seek construction funding this fall. Animated walk-through

2 Bellevue Regional Community Center & Predators Ice Center

One Bellevue Place property (adjacent to I-40)
Community center
These adjoining facilities, scheduled to in the coming months, will feature two sheets of ice (for open skating, competition, and lessons), a basketball gym, a workout room, a walking and running track, a fitness center, meeting rooms, programming rooms, and more.

3 Frist Park

On the Harpeth between Morton Mill and Coley Davis
Park
The Frist Foundation has donated 51 acres of land on the Harpeth River near the HYSA soccer fields for public green space and recreational use to “include extensive walking paths and substantial tree canopy.”

4 Red Caboose Park

Highway 70S and Colice Jeanne
Park/playground
The revamped Red Caboose Park is now open. Final touches are being put on before a mid-August ribbon-cutting party.

Commercial/Mixed Use Projects

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8 One Bellevue Place

Bellevue Center Mall property
Mixed-use development
This destination continues to move toward completion. The Hilton Home 2 Suites is scheduled to open in the fall, with the Clarendale senior living center right behind it. Also announced: a Chick-fil-A and a Fairfield Inn.

11 Stephens Valley

Between Pasquo & Natchez Trace Pkwy plus Williamson County
Mixed use development
The project will include mainly commercial in the Davidson County portion of the project, including an 85- to 100-room boutique hotel, restaurants, and office space. In addition, the project calls for 800 single family homes, 450 acres of open space, and seven miles of walking trails. Most of the project is located across the Williamson County line, though a neighborhood near Traceside and a mixed-use development on the other side of Sneed Road–as well as perhaps a small neighborhood on the other side of Natchez Trace Parkway–fall within Davidson County. The project will take about 20 years to complete.
 

Residential Projects

12 Harmony at Bellevue

Highway 100 between Chaffin and Collins
Senior living center
This senior living center will be built under existing zoning. Although approval came before the passage of the Highway 100 Urban Design Overlay, the developer has agreed to voluntarily comply with the design, lighting, and signage standards.
 

13 ParkVue

Highway 70S between Sawyer Brown and Bellevue Rd.
Single family homes and condos
This neighborhood will feature 24 single family homes and 48 condos starting in the $200s. It is being developed by the builders of Bellevue Station.
 

15 Sage Run

River Road near Charlotte Pike
Single family homes and townhomes
This neighborhood will place 31 homes and townhomes on 10+ acres, with most of the property remaining open space. The project will include sidewalks and a protected crosswalk.
 

16 RiverTop Apartments

River Road
Apartment complex
224 apartment homes overlooking the Cumberland River are being built on previously zoned property. The parcel is about 1/2 mile from Charlotte Pike, and 36 of the 56 acres will be undisturbed. Apartments will feature high-end amenities and views of downtown and the Cumberland River.
 

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18 Travis Trace

McCrory Lane between Newsom Station and the Harpeth River
Single family homes
Construction continues on this neighborhood. All 40 Phase I homes have sold with Phases II & III under construction starting at $320k.