Urban Design Overlays (UDOs)
The Southeast community is home to 3 Urban Design Overlays. An Urban Design Overlay, or UDO, is a zoning tool that requires specific design standards for development in a designated area. A UDO is used to either protect the pre-existing character of the area or to create a character that would not otherwise be ensured by the development standards in the base zoning district. UDOs overlay the current base zoning and allow for development standards above and beyond those in the base zoning.
Adopted May 15, 2001
Lenox Village UDO document
Please contact Justin Wallace, (615) 862-7158, for more information on the Lenox Village UDO.
Brentwood Town Center
Adopted September 19, 2006
Brentwood Town Center UDO document
Please contact Jessica Buechler, (615) 862-7158, for more information on the Brentwood Town Center UDO.
Adopted January 17, 2007
Carothers Crossing UDO document
Please contact Singeh Saliki, (615) 862-7165, for more information on the Carothers Crossing UDO
For more information on the Southeast Community Plan please contact:
Metropolitan Planning Department
00 2nd Avenue South
PO Box 193600
Nashville, TN 37219-6300