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  1. 2 points
    Chick-Fil-A and Dunkin Donuts have signed on: http://www.gsabusiness.com/news/44561-gsp-expands-terminal-renovation-budget?rss=0 $15 million was also added to the original budget for more restrooms and concessions than originally planned.
  2. 1 point
    Alright... I've been trying to avoid this conversation but I have to get in it now. And please don't perceive this as an attack - more of my opinion than anything. That said - building a beautiful structure that is of the SE/Deco style isn't going to do anything for occupation of the building. Businesses, from a business perspective, don't move into buildings for how they look, they move in because of the perks they get. Egotistical law firms and banks move into buildings because of how they look. And they will stay closer to the core. I think this building is fine. It plays well off of RMH.
  3. 1 point
    http://nashvillepost.com/news/2012/7/17/convention_center_passes_700000_room_nights_booked Great news. Technically at 730k room nights. Let's surpass the 1 million mark!
  4. 1 point
    The site is not next to the Blossom Street bridge. It is at the intersection of Huger and Blossom in the other side of Blossom from the Palmetto Compress warehouse.
  5. 1 point
    If you go on Google Maps and zoom in til it gets to bird's eye view, you can see that there is a place right past the intersection for an "exit" and there is a curb cut in place. From what I've gathered from reading several articles, the building will stop right before that. It shouldn't be affected by the bridge at all. There should be a city block's worth of land between this development and the railroad tracks. Now future development may have to contend with that issue however.