Gallatin Pike rezoning, UDO
The Metropolitan Council voted October 1, 2013, to approve rezoning various properties and a portion of property along Gallatin Pike, Gallatin Avenue, and Main Street between South 5th Street and Briley Parkway from MUG, CS, CL, OR20, RS5, T6, OL, SP, RS10, and RS7.5 to MUG-A, MUL-A and OR20-A, and to apply an Urban Design Overlay (UDO) over that same area. That new zoning and UDO support the community’s vision of a more pedestrian- and transit-oriented corridor, as described in the East Nashville Community Plan; the Council's action follows approval by the Planning Commission on September 26.
- MUG-A, or Mixed Use General-Alternative, allows a moderately high-intensity mixture of residential, retail, and office uses.
- MUL-A, or Mixed Use Limited Alternative, allows a less intense mixture of residential, retail, and office.
- OR20-A, or Office Residential Alternative, allows a combination of office and residential uses at up to 20 units per acre.
For more information on the Gallatin Pike Urban Design Overlay, please contact Latisha Birkeland at 615-862-7161.
Maps and land use tables
The Nashville Auto-Diesel College Institutional Overlay, was adopted on April 8, 2006. Institutional Overlays provide development rules for specific areas and work in cooperation with existing residential zoning. Nashville Auto-Diesel College became Lincoln College of Technology's Nashville campus in 2012.
For more information about the Nashville Auto-Diesel College Institutional Overlay, please contact Patrick Napier at 615-862-7153.