For each redevelopment district, the Design Review Committee follows a set of basic principles to determine the appropriateness of a development project. To view these principles or a map of Nashville’s redevelopment districts, click on the links below.
MDHA has also adopted guidelines for the design and placement of signage in redevelopment districts.
For some redevelopment districts, guidelines have been adopted that are tailored to foster particular architectural forms and development patterns in some of Nashville’s urban neighborhoods. To view the design guidelines for a specific neighborhood, click on the links below. (If you are unable to download a document and need a printed version, call 615-252-3750.)
The Design Review Committee meets at 9 a.m. on the first and third Tuesday of every month at 35 Peabody Street. Submittals for MDHA Design Review are due by 4 p.m. two Wednesdays prior to the Tuesday review meeting beginning in 2022. For more information about design review or to submit plans, contact Parker Brown in MDHA’s Development Office at 615-252-3750.
Established in 1998 for redevelopment activities along portions of Demonbreun Street and the Gulch. Completed in 2028.
Established in 1952. Ensures appropriate development in the area surrounding the Tennessee State Capitol. Automatically renews every 10 years.
Established in 1978 for redevelopment activities in downtown Nashville. Completed in 2030.
Established in 1999, contains property located in proximity to the Nashville International Airport. Completed in 2039.
Established in 1996 for redevelopment activities on the East Bank of the Cumberland River. Completed in 2025.
Established in 2005 for redevelopment activities along portions of Jefferson Street. Completed in 2035.
Established in 1993 for redevelopment activities in several neighborhoods to the north of downtown Nashville. Completed in 2024.
Established in 1980 for redevelopment activities in areas south of downtown Nashville. Completed in 2040.
Established in 2007 for redevelopment activities along portions of Dickerson Pike. Completed in 2007.