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Off Broadway Shoes applies for rebuilding permit at Opry Mills

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The shopping complex alongside the Cumberland River was submerged in 12 feet of water in early May. The shopping complex alongside the Cumberland River was submerged in 12 feet of water in early May.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – There are signs the flood-damaged Opry Mills Mall may be gearing up to reopen.

According to a report in the Nashville Business Journal, Off Broadway Shoes applied for a $400,000 rebuilding permit.

The company, however, said it has no plans to reopen before the mall.

Repairs of the mall have been at a stand still after its owners filed a lawsuit against its insurance company.

To date, the company spent $50 million on flood repairs.

In September, they filed a lawsuit against the insurers of Opry Mills Mall claiming the companies owe the owners another $150 million in flood insurance payments.

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