Greyhound will operate its Nashville bus terminal at a former car lot on Charlotte Avenue for the time being.
A permit was pulled Thursday for rehabilitation work at 1022 Charlotte Avenue for $480,000 to convert the former Hansen Chrysler location into the terminal. Greyhound's current Eighth Avenue terminal is being forced to move to make way for the Music City Center.
A Greyhound spokeswoman offered few details.
"We are continuing talks with the city to finalize something formally," Bonnie Bastian said.
The permit says the facility on Charlotte will be temporary.