Was burned in the East
But I'm a little confused.
The Historic nashville site has this listed in Music Row area:
BMG-Little Sisters of the Poor Convent/Home for the Aged, 18th Avenue
South (listed on the National Register of Historic Places): The proximity
of the former convent to Music Row makes it a suitable, albeit unique,
site for BMG Entertainment. Recognized as "BMG-Little Sisters", the
office is an excellent example of adaptive re-use, incorporating mod-ern
amenities such as a state-of-the-art multi-media room into a 1916 Renaissance
Revival structure. How? A strong partnership between the project team
(Manual Zeitlin, Sharon Koomen Harmon, and Armistead Barkley, LLC),
18th Avenue neighbors, and government representatives and agencies.
Perhaps the 1916 building
was to replace this one which burned?