The Cauble Group Is Changing Dickerson Pike

The Cauble Group has acquired a few buildings on Dickerson Pike, and we are hoping to acquire many more over the coming months and years.

Dickerson Pike is one of a handful of major arteries running out of downtown Nashville and carries over 20,000 cars per day.

With easy access to downtown, I-65, Briley and Ellington Parkways, the corridor has some of the best connectivity in the city. 

Although the district has lagged behind Nashville’s progressive growth for decades, developers and Metro are working to change that. 

The Dickerson Road South Corridor Study, which included community input through several design charrettes, was recently adopted by Metro to amend the East Nashville Community Plan.

This plan recommended higher density, widened streets, transit hubs, sidewalks, bike lanes, and greenways along Dickerson Pike. 

The East Nashville portion, which runs from Spring Street in the south to Tri-Star Skyline Medical Center in the north, is beginning to experience some major revitalization.

Dickerson Pike is becoming a hot spot for new, hip East Nashville businesses.

Retrograde Coffee, The Dive Motel, Life & Limb Printing, and Kustom Thrills Tattoo Parlor, which all have strong East Nashville roots, sit alongside newcomers like 12 South’s Corner Music.

Franklin-based Bristol Development Group, whose track record includes Icon in the Gulch, Bristol West End, and Bristol on Broadway, is planning two buildings for the former Charlie Bob’s site for over 200 residential units.

Riverchase Holdings acquired the 212 unit Riverchase Apartments complex in June 2017 with plans to redevelop the site into a multi-story project called Skyline East.

The River North development is an enthusiastic revitalization effort of 105 industrial acres on the river. The site, which sits at the base of Dickerson Pike, will include high-rise office and residential buildings, retail, dining, hotels, and more.