Public Meeting Held To Discuss Future Of Starwood Amphitheater
7:33 PM, Nov 13, 2017
7:44 PM, Nov 13, 2017
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A public meeting was held for neighbors of the old Starwood Amphitheater about what the abandoned site will become.
The Starwood was once the primary outdoor concert venue in Nashville before being demolished to make way for development.
There has been a lot of talk about what will replace Starwood and it's been long talked about, with deals going through in the past, but a plan has recently made headway.
Starwood was the main concert venue in the Nashville area for about two decades. It's been closed for ten years.
A new owner bought the property recently and put together a plan for 200 town homes and more than 400,000 square-feet of commercial space.
The owner, Ron Buck, paid $2.1 million for the property and has been in talks with potential tenants in what could be a more than $100 million development.
People at Monday night's meeting said they have fond memories of Starwood Amphitheater and were happy that someone is working to bring new development to the area, they just want to make sure it's right for the community.