Five Points Pizza Heads to Sylvan Park

Five Points Pizza Heads to Sylvan Park

Popular East Nashville pizza joint expands to Charlotte Avenue

The popular East Nashville restaurant Five Points Pizza is opening a second location — on one of Nashville’s fastest-changing roads.

The restaurant will lease 4,600 square feet within a building newly under construction at 4100 Charlotte Ave., which is being developed by Mt. Juliet-based Commercial Realty Services. The developer disclosed the new restaurant to the Nashville Business Journal on Tuesday.

The three-story building will be anchored by the headquarters of office technology supplier NovaCopy. The building will open in spring 2017; Ikon Construction started work on-site this month, across the street from a retail strip that Commercial Realty Services also developed, featuring Flip Burger.

This project, named Sylvan Station, accelerates the ongoing revitalization of Charlotte Avenue, which features smaller-scale construction like this and several major mixed-use developments. As seen on our Crane Watch map, those include the newly opened Hill Center Sylvan Heights development across the street and a planned overhaul of the cavernous L&L Restaurant Equipment Co. building — as well as the OneCity and Capitol View developments closer to downtown.

Other retail space remains available for lease, said Kayce Foote, spokeswoman at Commercial Realty Services.

Five Points Pizza opened in 2011 and has established itself as one of the best-known and most-frequented pizza joints in the city. (If it’s any indication of their popularity, Lyft says more of their patrons request rides to or from Five Points Pizza than any other restaurant in the city.) The restaurant is owned by David Tieman, Tara Ertichek and Tanner Jacobs.

The owners were not immediately available for comment. We hope to catch up with them soon; check back for more at NashvilleBusinessJournal.com.

Adam covers commercial real estate and manufacturing.

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Nashville – Sylvan Park Edley’s BBQ Opens New Location

Nashville – Sylvan Park Edley’s BBQ Opens New Location
Sylvan Park across from McCabe’s Golf Course
Opening Soon

Edley's BBQ Sylvan Park Nashville

The rumors that Edley’s BBQ owners, Will and Catharine Newman, and partner Bret Tuck, would open a third Nashville location in Sylvan Park have been floating around for what seems like years. Those rumors can finally be verified as true.

Edley’s Sylvan Park will find its home at the corner of Murphy Rd and 45th Ave N. Will Newman’s thoughts on the new locations, “we will strive to continue the excellence that Sylvan Park Restaurant brought to the community for the last 50 or 60 years.”

The new location will feature 110 seats with a 1,500 sq ft patio bordering the roundabout. The bar will feature approximately 20 taps and can be accessed from the patio fronting 45th Ave. You can also expect breakfast to be served on Saturday morning just like their 12 South and East Nashville locations.

They anticipate opening in Spring 2016.

Edley’s BBQ was established in 2011 and features family friendly, meat and three style BBQ. “A tribute to all things southern”

About Edley’s BBQ

Edley’s Bar-B-Que is a tribute to all things southern.  At Edley’s Bar-B-Que, we focus on our guests overall experience while showcasing a unique Nashville personality.  From the service to the food to the catering, we want to be the best we can be. When you walk through the door at Edley’s Bar-B-Que, you are welcomed like an old family friend and then we make every effort to make sure you are comfortable in our home. We strive to serve the best food we can make and prove ourselves one plate at a time. Edley’s Bar-B-Que is a Nashville institution, one that unites the Nashville tradition of meat and three with the best Bar-B-Que this side of the Mississippi.

Edley’s Bar-B-Que smokes all meats fresh daily using local White Oak wood. Our meat is smoked low and slow.  We smoke only enough meat for the day, so it is a first come first serve kind of place.  The result is a flavor of meat that keeps people coming back for more.

Unlike other BBQ joints, we do not stop with just the smoked meats.  We prepare eight to ten Southern style side dishes made from scratch everyday with recipes derived from mothers, grandmothers, nannies and housekeepers.   These side dishes coupled with the fresh, smoked meats will quickly and easily make Edley’s Bar-B-Que the best Bar-B-Que in Nashville. Edley’s also offers barbeque catering to Nashville and the surrounding areas.

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New Restaurants Headed to Sylvan Heights

Published December 8, 2015 by NashvillePost.com
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H.G. Hill Realty Co. announced today it has signed leases with restaurants Double Dogs, The Sorting Table and Farm Burger for its mixed-use Hill Center Sylvan Heights development under construction within the 4000 block of Charlotte Avenue in West Nashville.

Financial terms of the leases were not disclosed in a release.

Of note, a Double Dogs operates from Hill Realty Co.’s Hill Center Acklen in Hillsboro Village.

The three tenants are expected to be operational by summer 2016.

“As I’ve stated before, the Charlotte corridor is Nashville’s last frontier,” Jimmy Granbery, Hill Realty CEO, said in the release. “Its rapid rebirth continues to unfold, making the area increasingly appealing for residents, retail and other business owners. We are pleased to bring Double Dogs, The Sorting Table and Farm Burger to the neighborhood.”

Double Dogs, a bar and restaurant concept with locations in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and Knoxville, will occupy a 4,500-square-foot space. Dan Davis, founder and owner of Rafferty’s, is the owner of the restaurant, which is known, in part, for its wall-to-wall televisions, 22-ounce beer mugs and dog friendly vibe.
Hill Center Sylvan Heights

The Sorting Table will be a new concept inspired by, according to the release, “quintessential old world bistros and neighborhood food halls.” Owned by Mattie Jackson, the restaurant will take a 3,900-square-foot space and offer a wine bar, kitchen, artisan market and specialty bottle shop.

Farm Burger, founded by an organic farmer and a rancher, offers burgers made from a “custom blend” of premium grass-fed beef; seasonal salads, sides and shakes; and local and small-production craft beers and wines.

The 3,050-square-foot space will be Farm Burger’s eighth location, with existing locations in Atlanta; Berkeley, California; Marin, California; and Asheville, N.C., and an upcoming location in Huntsville, Ala. opening in early 2016.