The Reserve brings additional 1,062 condo units to Bellevue area

Wednesday, March 14, 2001 at 1:00am

Construction will start in April on a massive condominium and town house complex on the east side of Old Hickory Boulevard between Highway 70 and Interstate 40 in Bellevue.

According to Nashville Creekstone Project Manager Jerry Buckley, a total of 278 hilltop acres are being used to build condominiums, town houses and possibly some high rises for the project, named The Reserve.

The project is owned and developed by JWE Management, a Scottsdale, Ariz. company. A maximum of 1,062 units could be built.

Broker Mickie Andrews of Coldwell Banker, Andrews & Associates explained that at the end of last year, blasting started on the first part of the project, called Eagle Ridge at The Reserve.

Eagle Ridge, which includes 198 units, will offer condominiums with five different floor plans and the option of one- or two-car garages. The units will start at $180,000. Residents will have access to a pool and a clubhouse.

Eagle Ridge stretches over approximately 42 acres and construction on the first buildings is scheduled for mid-April.

Even though the first residents can expect to move in by early fall this year, the Eagle Ridge project will take two to three years to finish.

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