Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen approves Legends View luxury condos for Cool Springs

A rendering shows the proposed view of Legends View Condominiums from Cool Springs Boulevard.  The proposed 20-unit development at 201 Cool Springs Blvd. features executive office suite space in high-end condominiums. (Rendering courtesy city of Franklin)
A rendering shows the proposed view of Legends View Condominiums from Cool Springs Boulevard. The proposed 20-unit development at 201 Cool Springs Blvd. features executive office suite space in high-end condominiums. (Rendering courtesy city of Franklin)

A rendering shows the proposed view of Legends View Condominiums from Cool Springs Boulevard. The proposed 20-unit development at 201 Cool Springs Blvd. features executive office suite space in high-end condominiums. (Rendering courtesy city of Franklin)

The Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen on March 8 approved a rezoning and development plan for Legends View Condominiums in Cool Springs, a 20-unit luxury condominium featuring executive office suite space in each unit.

The board voted 8-0 both to approve the project's development plan and to rezone 3.56 acres at 201 Cool Springs Blvd. off Mack C. Hatcher Parkway from its regional commerce zone designation to a planned unit development zone.

The plan, proposed by Franklin-based The Innovation Group LLC, will return to the Franklin Municipal Planning Commission for site plan approval. The company expects construction will begin sometime later this year, Eric Powers, said president and CEO of Innovations Group LLC.

The development includes 18 luxury condominiums with private executive office suites between 3,600 and 4,600 square feet as well as two-ground floor office condominiums of 2,600 square feet, according to the plans.

The proposed 18 units, each three stories high, will offer private elevators from a secure underground parking garage, three bedrooms and private outdoor spaces, Powers said.


Powers said the integration of office and living space in the units is geared to appeal to corporations or executives looking to establish a base in Franklin and Middle Tennessee to do business from home.

“This product will cater mainly to that corporate buyer who wants a place to work at home and also make a great place for a corporation looking to have a presence here,” Powers said after the vote.

Powers said conservatively he hopes to have the first units available for sale by the fall of 2023.

In late January, the Franklin Municipal Planning Commission's voted 5-0 to grant approval to the proposed rezoning and the development plan for the project.


For more information, visit www.innovationsgrp.com
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