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  1. I assume these go here. Couldn’t find a thread for them.
    11 points
  2. Sorry to spam this thread with pictures. I went back out today to see how close I could get pictures to the renderings. Almost there
    10 points
  3. Up to 3rd level. Looking north from alley between Broadway and McGavock St., 1/2 block east of 13th Ave. South: Looking west from alley between Broadway and McGavock St., 1/2 block east of 13th Ave. South: Looking SW from Broadway, 1/4 block west of 12th Ave: Looking south from intersection of Broadway and 13th Ave. South:
    9 points
  4. Had to go into Nashville at my old office to do some 401K paperwork. It is amazing how much Nashville changes in 3 or 4 months. The sun was really bright, so my usual shots out the west windows were too deep in black shadows and glare. Hope y'll enjoy these shots from the great views ESa has fom their top floor offices. Then I took a few driving around, so I'll throw them in too.
    9 points
  5. Roof starting on 16th floor. Brickwork now wrapping around SE corner of pedestal. Looking east from Division St. at Overton St: Looking north from intersection of Division St. and 10th Ave. South: Looking NW from intersection of Division St. and 10th Ave. South:
    8 points
  6. Belmont Univ. Performing Arts Center (1,700 seats) update: walkways and steps completed on NE and NW sides of site, just underway along front entrance. Copper trim continues. Looking NE from intersection of Belmont Blvd. and Compton Ave: Looking east from Belmont Blvd., 1/4 block north of Compton Ave: Looking east from Belmont Blvd., 1/2 block north of Compton Ave: Looking east from Belmont Blvd., 3/4 block north of Compton Ave: Looking NE from Belmont Blvd., 3/4 block north of Compton Ave: Looking west from Bernard Ave., 1/2 block west. of 15th Ave. South
    7 points
  7. Envision Cayce, Red Oak Flats (3, 4, & 5 stories, 102 units) update: Exterior nearly complete. Looking east from Dew St., 1/4 block west of South 7th St: Looking Looking west from South 8th St., 1/2 block east of South 7th St: Looking west from South 8th St, 3/4 block east of South 7th. St: Looking west from between South 8th St. and Lenore St., 3/4 block east of South 7th. St: Looking down into the courtyard in the center of the complex: Looking SE from intersection of Dew St. and South 7th St: Looking NE from intersection of Sout
    7 points
  8. Literally the best angle that I’ve seen yet of this built out. Thanks!
    7 points
  9. Amazing how similar the two look. Besides the people, the biggest giveaways are that the rendering butchers the top of BOACC and the photo butchers the top of Hearst (which is no fault of the photographer).
    7 points
  10. Great shots gman430. Welcome to Nashville and it looks as if you are having a great time with the drone. Maybe you can just move here and take weekly shots. We have a bunch getting ready to start in 2021.
    7 points
  11. 7 points
  12. Which one is the rendering? Edit - think it's the top one because I see people on the balcony, but otherwise it's so close that I honestly can hardly tell. Great job
    7 points
  13. For me personally, I have lost several family members, friends and co-workers in 2020. And NONE of them was from COVID. The biggest slap in the face for anyone that has lost a loved one (COVID or not), this year is that we could not even properly grieve with family and friends. That is what gets to me the most is not being able to "normally" support each other in such a difficult time due to the restrictions that we have in place. I look forward to a time in the hopefully not so distant future where I can get with those that have lost a loved one and help celebrate their lives.
    6 points
  14. @PruneTracy does my crude sketch correlate to your description below? I did more more beams/girders in order to make the max span ~510' as opposed to two beams spanning 700-800'. The roof would be a clear roof with lightweight ETFE plastic (used at USBank Stadium, Sofi Stadium, Allegiant Stadium). I think they need to pull the trigger on a roof (technically two roofs) covering each of the seating towers. Four columns in the corners of the stadium (right behind the ends of the club level seating), two large trusses running longitudinally, etc. The roofs can be (and would probably have t
    6 points
  15. With the caveat that I'm not a structural engineer and largely slept through those classes: was thinking more along these lines (not to scale obviously and with plenty of room for adjustment). You can cantilever the roof off the main truss, although it wouldn't hurt to add columns behind the seating tower. It would work better in this situation if the roof was hanging below the trusses (which is also a common arrangement for these, especially retrofits). This is not the most efficient solution, or the prettiest, but it is the simplest for the footprint we need to cover. One pote
    5 points
  16. Observations (sorry no pictures) The mulch office building at 677 Vernon has been razed. The 50 unit townhomes down the street on Vernon have begun framing.
    5 points
  17. I personally have no sympathy for residents who CHOOSE to live in North Meck along the 77 corridor. They're such a whiny group. They choose to live there knowing the 77 artery is congested and they're 7+ miles away from uptown. They want more bang for their buck, but forget that being away from uptown does equate to access/convenience sacrifices. 77 has always been congested... So they beotched about 77. The solution was toll lanes. They beotched about toll lanes. They're built now, and they're very nice. Yet the majority of folks are either too cheap or have too much contempt for them,
    5 points
  18. Gruhn Guitars' mural is finally finished. Just gorgeous. 8th Ave South at Prentice St.
    5 points
  19. I'd say you succeeded. I had to zoom in really close to both pics to figure out which one was the rendering.
    5 points
  20. Well that’s a shame for the city and nearby residents. I really wish the city would do more to push these developers to provide more value to the neighborhoods.
    5 points
  21. Regardless of whether you are a fan of the aesthetics of the building or not, it will potentially supply downtown with an additional 600-800 people. To me density is people over buildings and the more people downtown the better.
    5 points
  22. This is the uplifting ad I like from Truist finally found it online. "Potential" Song in Holidays Potential Truist Financial TV Commercial Ad 2020 (bkato.com)
    4 points



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