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Welcome


A place for community in East Nashville since 1851.

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Welcome


A place for community in East Nashville since 1851.

Office SPace  -  café & Eatery  -  Boutique Retail  -  LiveWOrk  

Eastwood Village is a pedestrian focused development in the heart of East Nashville where extensive green space surrounds some of Nashville’s oldest structures.  The restoration of these century old structures serves as a critical link to our past.  When united with an intentionally restrained contemporary design we hope that Eastwood Village will also be a transit to our future.

The historic Hobson Chapel was founded in 1851.  Today the campus totals more than 3 acres.  The original chapel is among the oldest surviving structures in all of Nashville.  The Greek revival sanctuary was constructed in 1924 and includes many one-of-a-kind historic elements within 18,000 square feet.

The open space enveloping the Eastwood Village includes modern, flexible park features to accommodate a wide variety of outdoor uses.  From the terraced amphitheater playground & picnic area to the community garden & open air shelter, Eastwood Village surrounds you in thoughtfully-designed greenspace and old growth shade trees.

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Site Plan


Site Plan


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Availability


Availability


Eastwood Village blends a spectrum of uses to create a curated community village including live-work residences, flexible office space, makerspace micro-retail, lofts, and food service.  Site work and construction on Eastwood Village will begin soon, so please sign up for our update emails to be the first to know about floor plans and availability.   

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Team


Team


The Eastwood Village is a development of Oak Tree Partners.  Our Talented development team Includes:

Nick Dryden – Founder, DAAD Architecture

Michael Garrigan – Principle, Dale & Associates

Scott Dismukes – Founder, Firma Landscape Design

Patrick Hayes – Founder, 1767