What's New at the Historic Zoning Commission
Potential Edgehill NCZO Overlay
A portion of the the Edgehill neighborhood is considering a neighborhood conservation zoning overlay. The guidelines have been approved by the MHZC. Edgehill design guidelines, which include a boundary map Thank you to the Center for Historic Preservation at Middle Tennessee State University for conducting the architectural resource survey. The project is expected to go before the Planning Commission for a public hearing on August 1. Please check Planning Commission agenda to confirm and for additional information.
Potential Expansion of the Eastwood NCZO
The Eastwood Neighborhood is considering an expansion. Existing Eastwood design guidelines will be used.
- MHZC Public Hearing, June 20, 2 p.m., Sonny West Conference Center, 700 2nd Ave South
- Planning Commission Public Hearing: June 28
- Council Public Hearing: July 3
Potential Kenner Manor NCZO Overlay
Residents of the Kenner Manor National Register district are considering a neighborhood conservation zoning overlay. Comments and suggestions regarding the Kenner Manor design guidelines may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-862-7970. The study area includes the National Register boundaries, however a proposed boundary for the overlay has not yet been decided.
Revised Guidelines in the Downtown Core Districts
Three historic districts located in the Downtown Core (DTC), Broadway, Second Avenue and Downtown Historic Preservation Zoning Overlays, are considering a revision to their design guidelines. Review drafts here. Initial changes to the working drafts showed new text underlined and text proposed to be removed stricken. Changes were made after 3 community meetings and a 4th is to be announced. Comments continue to be accepted by contacting email@example.com or 615-862-7970.
Opportunity for Realtors
The Historic Preservation 101 for Nashville Realtors and Developers on 12/2/2017 was a great success. Look for another class in late Fall of 2018.