The second phase of the H.G. Hill Center $211 million retail-office-and-hotel project, was approved Tuesday night by the Brentwood Planning Commission.
Nashville-based H.G. Hill Realty plans by late 2019 to add a four-story Marriott hotel, an office building, two smaller retail buildings and a second parking garage to the 32-acre development, according to plans filed with the planning commission.
In total, the phase will add 84,374 square feet of office space, 19,606 square feet of retail space, 93,000 square feet in the 141-room hotel, and 315 parking spaces in the two-story garage.
By comparison, the existing phase one created 58,000 square feet of office space and 66,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, along with a six-level, 852-space parking garage.
The total size of the finished project is projected at 450,000 square feet of office space and 150,000 square feet of retail. Phase two, when complete, will bring to total space remaining to be developed to 159,000 square feet.
The coming phase also includes plans for a walkway between Maryland Way Park; and a stairway from the hotel that connects to a future office building.
The most recent news before the approval Tuesday was of the Jason’s Deli headed there.
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