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  1. Renderings and plan released for RMR project on East Bank. No groundbreaking date set. Hastings is the architect and Colliers the leasing agent. Looks to be about 8 buildings with the tallest just under 30 stories with the exception of a residential building that could be close to 40. Images released for East Bank project plan | Development | nashvillepost.com Renderings: East Bank truck stop redevelopment vision unveiled - Nashville Business Journal (bizjournals.com) Video of concept below Station East – 111 North First, Nashville TN (wpengine.com)
    29 points
  2. 27 points
  3. Last time I will say this but this destruction of the old Barringer Hotel is a travesty. NO OTHER NC city would be doing this today and all would have worked with the hotel and private developers to make something happen with it. I guess when I want to see high rise older buildings outside the few we have I will go to Concord, or even Winston Salem which has many examples. Yes Greensboro too and Durham and Raleigh. Of course Wilmington and Asheville. I will never forget what Charlotte Housing Authority did here This building could have been saved and rest of the land around it developed for the few stick built units they are planning. Plus to hear the head of CHA explain why he hated the Barringer family and how this had to go is disturbing. Charlotte will gain a new stick built apartment building like everywhere else in the country but lose an all brick high rise which will NEVER be replicated in Charlotte. Sadness.
    26 points
  4. Foundation permits issued for 1000 Church & 1010 Church. These are not applied for----- these have been ISSUED! YMCA 1000 CHURCH ST $459,628.00 Foundation Permit Only Permit #2022041077 Permit Type DescriptionBuilding Commercial - Foundation Permit Subtype DescriptionCommunity Education, Gymnasiums Parcel09305015700 Date Entered06/21/2022 Date Issued10/31/2022 Construction Cost$459,628.00 Address1000 CHURCH ST CityNASHVILLE StateTN ZIP37203 Subdivision / LotLOTS 1 THRU 16 NASHVILLE FEMALE ACADAEMY & CLOSED ALLEY ContactHUNT CONSTRUCTION GROUP INC Permit TypeCACF Permit SubtypeCAC03A311 IVR Tracking #4171596 PurposeFoundation Permit Only. DTC Construction. Issued at owners risk and pursuant only to Metro Building Code Section 16.28.250 Poc: Andrew Fox 312 663 1692 TONY TOWER 1010 CHURCH ST $5,945,973.00 Foundation Permit Only Permit #2022041072 Permit Type DescriptionBuilding Commercial - Foundation Permit Subtype DescriptionMultifamily, Condominium > 5 Unit Bldg Parcel09305015700 Date Entered06/21/2022 Date Issued10/31/2022 Construction Cost$5,945,973.00 Address1010 CHURCH ST CityNASHVILLE StateTN ZIP37203 Subdivision / LotLOTS 1 THRU 16 NASHVILLE FEMALE ACADAEMY & CLOSED ALLEY ContactHUNT CONSTRUCTION GROUP INC Permit TypeCACF Permit SubtypeCAA03R299 IVR Tracking #4171590 PurposeFoundation Permit Only For 1010 Church. DTC Construction. Issued at owners risk and pursuant only to Metro Building Code Section 16.28.250 Poc: Al Ochsner 312 663 1790
    25 points
  5. …they will come. They will all come. Let’s do this. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49.
    24 points
  6. You guys are missing the plot. Everything happening right now is a reverberation from COVID. That was a black swan event that completely upended the world. We kept it at bay for two years (and two administrations) due to fiscal stimulus, but now we are paying for it. Interest rates are returning to a more normal level, which is a shock to a world that has been in quantitative easing for 14 years. When money is no longer cheap, the entire playing field changes. People are no longer looking for growth at all costs, but now have more focus on profitability. The world will adjust, but we are at a transitional moment.
    23 points
  7. Been playing around with this interesting tool I found where you can easily compare two maps at the same scale. Usefull for illustrating the relative density of various urban areas. https://acme.com/same_scale/ American cities I have lived in... Nashville vs. Philadelphia, PA: Nashville vs. Washington, DC: Nashville vs. Knoxville, TN: ...international cities... Nashville vs. Berlin, DE: Nashville vs. London, GB: (Judging by my back-of-the-napkin math, London inside the M25 has well over 10x as many people in an area 100sq miles smaller than Davidson County...but it feels *so* much bigger size-wise because of the variety of neighborhoods.) ...sprawling sun-belt cities... Nashville vs. Houston, TX: Nashville vs. Phoenix, AZ: (After seeing this I'm not convinced Phoenix isn't some dystopian vision of a suburban hellscape, by the way.) ...peer and near-peer US cities... Nashville vs. St. Louis, MO: Nashville vs. Portland, OR: Nashville vs. Jacksonville, FL: Nashville vs. San Diego, CA:
    21 points
  8. Creating a new top for both of these high-rises since they'll be adjacent on the same block. I believe everything is getting redeveloped except for the Atrium urgent care and Richa graphics at opposite corner (but Richa might still get rolled in?) Centrum Realty - Will front South Blvd just where H&H Automotive is, with the rest of the development on the rear, vacant lot that was previously proposed to be a Courtyard by Marriott. - 37 story high-rise fronting South, midrise apartments fronting Worthington, townhouse style apartments fronting Cleveland. Retail on ground floor of Worthington side. - Has entered building permit stage. Southern Land - Replacing Tyber Creek and adjacent businesses. Historic "Leeper" store proposed to be relocated to southeast/now vacant corner of Worthington and Cleveland. - Height???? Will contain 300 units and include a spot for Tyber Creek on the ground floor. - Has requested demolition permits, and building permits. Demolition on hold for 365 days, but can be proceed sooner if approval granted for relocating Leeper store. https://southernland.com/property/dilworth-charlotte/
    20 points
  9. I saw shell permits for the office permit for the building at Platform & Church yesterday or day before applied for too. That end should start to go vertical sooner rather than later.
    19 points
  10. Thanks and much appreciated. My fingertips damn near fell off yesterday getting the footage lol; I am really enjoying the evolution of the sliders personally.
    19 points
  11. 18 points
  12. I visited Kyiv on Ukraine’s Independence Day in 2018 and 2019. These photos from 2019 will give you a sense of the city’s unique beauty.
    18 points
  13. https://www.nashville.gov/departments/police/get-involved/become-police-officer/pay-scale-and-benefits They get paid crap and are expected to be a cop, a psychiatrist, social worker, etc, etc, etc. Always thought this was a simple explanation.
    17 points
  14. Is there a reason is says OHIO in the upper left?
    17 points
  15. According to a new document, the new Marriott Nashville Hotel will be 23 stories, with 400 rooms, although storm grading permit application states it will be 20 stories. A new rendering is available, that does, indeed look a bit taller than the previous images released. In addition to the 16,000 sq. ft. of ground level retail, there will also be 25,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/new-image-released-for-proposed-marriott-hotel/article_618d3878-6205-11ed-99ca-3f3aa5400e5f.html
    17 points
  16. If standing today, the tower would rank as the ninth-tallest building in the Southeast. For context, Atlanta and Miami each offer three completed buildings of 750 feet or taller, with Charlotte home to two. However, Miami has six high-rises of that height or taller that are under construction or planned (with one more than 1,000 feet). Mobile, Alabama, offers a 745-foot tall building, but some of its height is derived from a decorative cap. A January 2023 start of the Nashville project has been targeted, with the main address to be 1000 Church St. A June 2024 completion date for the YMCA component is planned. The residential tower's apartments will open in July 2025 and its condos in January 2026
    17 points
  17. Here's a higher quality/enhanced detailed version from the same angle.
    17 points
  18. The Arcade, which is still undergoing massive renovations, has landed its first new tenant, a bar concept by the creators of Cafe Roze and Roze Pony. Industry veterans Julia Jaksic and Eric Lincoln plan to create a chic, intimate gathering space for locals and visitors, creating a sense of community similar to their first two concepts. Located in 1,600 square feet of space at 15B Arcade Alley, the to-be-named bar will open in fall 2023. Guests can expect a big, comfortable bar amid midcentury Italian design, think Milan in the '70s, Jaksic said, who is collaborating with Dryden on design. Currently at Roze Pony, Owen Gibler will lead the bar program, which will take center stage. A small food menu will be available featuring shareables like oysters or a charcuterie selection. More at NBJ here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/11/28/cafe-roze-owners-bar-nashville-arcade-downtown.html Here is a new rendering of The Arcade interior:
    16 points
  19. 16 points
  20. Hey gang, It's been a minute. I won't be doing a lot of my work in the DEP until probably early January due to delays. Anyway, here some renderings I happen to come across. As always, renderings are always subject to change. Going back in hiding.
    16 points
  21. From what I understand YMCA is planned to be 417 apartments, 40,000 square feet grocery, YMCA branch and micro unit retail on almost 10 acres of land. And it will cause approximately 4 aneurisms in NoDa.
    16 points
  22. Riverside shows Queensbridge with the faded out Carson Southend tower from Queensbridge website
    16 points
  23. New renderings of retail areas for Paseo South Gulch's Prima Tower at NashvilleNowNext: https://nashvillenownext.com/2022/11/21/new-renderings-unveil-primas-distinctive-retail-paseos-in-the-nashville-gulch/#more-23302
    15 points
  24. Vonlane, an upscale bus line from Texas, has started service between Nashville and Atlanta. It looks like they run three busses per day, every day, directly from the Nashville Omni to the Grand Hyatt in Buckhead. Meals and snacks provided. I just bought tickets to head down to ATL for Thanksgiving - if anyone's interested I can follow up afterwards.
    15 points
  25. 445 Commons at Fairgrounds (6 stories, 335 units, ground level retail, internal garage) has new renderings on signage at site:
    15 points
  26. Such a great job with this [email protected]! The way you cut out the backgrounds in those perspective shots to show how the new dev will look with the current skyline looks incredible! Well done as always
    15 points
  27. NashvilleNowNext's coverage of the Station East announcement: https://nashvillenownext.com/2022/11/14/developer-moves-forward-with-massive-east-bank-development-in-nashville/
    15 points
  28. Looking west from Church St., 1/2 block east of Rosa L. Parks Blvd:
    15 points
  29. Manica Architecture discusses Titans Stadium design features at NBJ. - Upper bowl will be 30 feet closer to the field than Nissan. - The decision behind a box shape, though 90 degree corners are slightly less expensive than fluid corners, was not made because it’s cheaper but because it optimized space on the site the stadium will sit on. - The facades of the stadium will be built with durable, accessible materials that will last a long time and utilize repetition. - Fans can take in views of downtown Nashville, including a large window in the seating bowl as well as the open-air wrap around porches. The concourses … open to these big front porches that have these sweeping panoramic views of downtown. The team is thinking that the terraces could be open and enjoyed by the public on non-game days. - There are areas within the building that can be added or changed over time and allow for new ideas to be brought into the stadium later if needed. - The seating bowl environment can also shift, flexing up and down with different capacities, as expectations change in the market, Manica said. There is flexibility for an increase, but that number has not yet been quantified. - The design team are experimenting with a design that allows for temporary concert stages behind the field, allowing more room for field level seating and having less of the building be black out. https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/11/09/manica-architecture-tennessee-titans-new-stadium.html
    15 points
  30. AEG Residential (34 and 35 stories) update: 4th level of underground garage nearly complete. Looking SE from Church Street Viaduct at Upper 10th Ave. North (Platform Way): Looking SW from 9th Ave. North, 1/4 block south of Church St: Looking west from 9th Ave. North, 1/8 block north of Commerce St:
    15 points
  31. Guy was out there when I went to vote at FiftyForward. Asked if I wanted to support and I said no. He asked if I wanted more traffic and I said I’d rather have a live music venue then the empty lots that sit there now.
    15 points
  32. For anyone who likes the construction process, this slab design is actually different from a lot of others I’ve seen so far here in Nashville. This is an example of post tension. Normally, for each slab, you see the steel rebar in both directions. Here, while they’re early in the process for this corner of the slab, you can see the steel rebar going on direction and cables going the other direction. They will actually apply tension forces after the concrete is poured. Here’s a technically article for anyone with further interest: http://www.cmswillowbrook.com/constructorknowledge/2015/4/5/lets-get-technical-basics-of-post-tension-concrete-beams-and-slab While this type of design is by no means rare or uncommon, I try to look for differences in Mark’s and everyone’s pictures of our buildings under construction. As a former civil engineer turned lawyer, it is my only taste of construction now.
    15 points
  33. 15 points
  34. Extending the Blue Line to UNC Charlotte campus was one of the smartest decisions we made in transit. and the University area has the best connected hotels to uptown via its multiple stations including the on campus Marriott hotel at JW Clay station.
    15 points
  35. Our friend Nahum must be the principal architect on the Avery Hall project - he has posted renderings of this project to his portfolio. Additionally the SUP needed to facilitate this project was submitted last week and is Under Review according to the permit portal. https://energov.richmondgov.com/EnerGov_Prod/SelfService/richmondvaprod#/plan/e3d1a3ef-8921-4c1b-b2c5-6b4fef5fee4a I know right now Manchester is touted for its views of the downtown skyline but in 10 years heck - i think downtown might be marketed for its views of the Manchester skyline.
    15 points
  36. 15 points
  37. Centrum will be in the lower 40s from what I understand, not sure how zoning even with height bonus allows, tapering down to townhouse scale along Cleveland
    15 points
  38. It was Firestone auto Tie and Battery stoe. Another old building was a Packard dealership on West End where the hotel is nest to Emma's After it ceased to be a dealership after Pacard folded, it became Ritz Shwartz which was an exclusive women's clothier. Then it became Tower Records until it was demolished and the hotel built.
    14 points
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