Source: NewsChannel 5
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As construction never ceases to end in the growing city of Nashville, development for residential properties has recently taken a creative approach.
Alloy is an 82-unit condominium development on Herron Drive near the Fairgrounds. It is developed by Kent Campbell, Vice President of Nashville-based Core Development.
The property has all the bells and whistles of a modern and urban community with plans to include businesses like a Bongo Java.
However, it’s how the condominiums are being built that continues to catch the attention of other developers and local architects.
“Rather than site build, we decided to go on a modular approach which allows us to build major components of the building in factories in other states and have them assembled here,” Campbell told NewsChannel 5.
The units arrive wrapped and are individually stacked on top of each other.