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  1. 1000 Church St. will be a partnership between Tony Giarratana and the Downtown YMCA that will feature a 60 story, approx. 750' residential tower (Nashville's new tallest) of 500 units, and a 7 story, 60,000 sq. ft. addition to the downtown health club facility. Older portions of the existing Y will be demolished to make way for the new elements on the .9 acre site. The YMCA addition that was built in 2008 on the north side of the complex will remain and be open during construction. There will be 360 for-rent apts., and 140 condos above them in the tower. Goettsch Partners out of Ch
    38 points
  2. *Photo Bomb Incoming* Finally got around to editing all of these. These are from a couple of weeks ago during my fall break. Some are a little blurry due to wide angle and being taken through a window, but enjoy! Apologies for the photo screw up on the previous version of this post. Didn't know there was a special way to upload pictures.
    27 points
  3. I will say this much, the more I dig the more I find this project is growing legs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    27 points
  4. Thanks, I'm glad you like the site! I haven't had a chance to spend as much time as I'd like to on UP, but MarkH has been really helpful in sharing the content. I'm pretty much a one man show, Coleman Gaines is a guest contributor and I am open to others who'd like to contribute as well. A lot of folks in the architecture & development community have really been helpful with getting me access to information but it is as tedious as it looks lol; especially with a day job. The site is kind of like Curbed which was one of my favorite sites, I honestly just post things in a way that tells
    25 points
  5. There's more lights not yet installed too!
    24 points
  6. Taylor found some good info, but with that, I found some better info, so its always a team effort. We now think we know the uses of the tower, one of the tenants, the height. This is a lot more than we did last week.
    23 points
  7. Asurion's south plaza , 11th AVe. North sidewalk, and Gulch Greenway along eastern side (CSX tracks) are now open.
    23 points
  8. GBT Realty is planning as many as 3 towers that could reach as high as 30 stories (according to zoning) on 3.7 acres of the River North area between the Oracle campus on the east, River North Landings on the west, and Top Golf on the south. The address is 0 Waterside Drive (a new street being built for the area). According to a document filed with the Tennessee Secretary of State office, the company has created GBT River North Equity, LLC. Sources told the Post GBT is looking to develop at River North, which will be anchored by the Oracle Corp. campus. No further specs or renderings
    22 points
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  10. NashvilleNowNext with coverage of the updated proposal: https://nashvillenownext.com/2021/10/13/see-whats-now-next-at-the-new-rutledge-hill-mixed-use-development-in-nashville/
    21 points
  11. With this project and 2nd & Peabody, I think this sort of puts Nashville in a cutting edge class of architecture. It’s sort of a new wave of thinking to have all of this green space incorporated into the high-rise projects and to have two, three-tower developments right next to one another will draw attention to Nashville as a model, I think. This could be a catalyst for similar projects of this scale and nature to happen elsewhere in SoBro. These are the test examples, IMO. If you disagree, thats fine, but this will be unique especially for a mid size city. Lets also just say I
    21 points
  12. New image enlarged from 1000 Church Street rendering. Looks like the pool is going to "hang over" Westview Condos.
    21 points
  13. Thought it might be interesting to see these old aerial photos of a similar view together Approximately 1940s, 1962, 1970s and 2010s. I'm not sure of the exact dates though.
    21 points
  14. Nashville's TV market includes more than 3 million people in Tennessee and Kentucky now. Kentucky Counties - 193,145 Allen - 20,588 Christian - 72,748 Clinton - 9.253 Cumberland - 5,888 Logan - 27,432 Monroe - 11,388 Simpson - 19,594 Todd - 12,243 Tennessee Counties (non-Nashville Metro) - 741,188 Benton - 15,864 Clay - 7,581 Coffee - 57,889 Decatur - 11,435 DeKalb - 20,080 Franklin - 42,774 Giles - 30,346 Henry - 32,199 Hickman - 24,925 Houston - 8,283 Humphreys - 18,990 Jackson - 11,
    21 points
  15. Went to a biz partner/client's company 25th anniversary party last night on the rooftop patio (actually the 5th floor) of the Grand Hyatt. Snapped a couple of pics. Music was great; Keb Mo played.
    21 points
  16. Based on a true story... Scene 1: Tuesday morning at Lincoln Harris HQ: And Action! LH Exec #1 - The client we've been talking to loved the last set of renderings and floorplans we showed them. They're signing a 200k sq ft 15 year lease! LH Exec #2 - Yeah, glad we were able to meet their parking needs, and they really appreciated the architect tweaking the plans to fit the aesthetic they were going for. #1 - Yep, nailed it. Another huge win! Scene 2: Later that same day. Exec #2 - Hey, the public relations team asking if we should send renderings and
    20 points
  17. Does anyone know who the GC or Architects that worked on Concourse A were?
    20 points
  18. Yay! And again, I say Yay! Metro Historic Zoning Commission members unanimously approved initial design plans for redevelopment of the area hardest-hit by the Christmas Day bombing. On Tuesday, the commissioners reviewed the first phase of a site plan to reconstruct four historic buildings badly shredded in the explosion. They voted 4-0 in favor of the plan and praised its careful focus on historic reconstruction. "I would encourage the most we can possibly salvage out of these buildings," Commissioner Kaitlyn Jones said. "It’s just so important for our city. I like this
    20 points
  19. Bass, Berry & Sims law firm will occupy 180,000 sq. ft. in the top 8 floors of the Pinnacle Tower at Nashville Yards, which just broke ground a few weeks ago. They are currently tenants at The Pinnacle at Symphony Place on 2nd Ave. South. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/major-law-firm-plans-move-to-nashville-yards/article_cbab1a1a-2866-11ec-a72a-d71dd0a1a183.html And at NBJ here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2021/10/08/nashville-yards-bass-berry-sims-hq.html And at The Tennessean
    20 points
  20. Heard directly from a Childress Klein employee that they will soon start construction of a new office tower in the corner of Tryon and Stonewall. Similar size to the Deloitte building.
    20 points
  21. Looking through fog to the NW from Riverfront Park:
    20 points
  22. Thanks for the support guys and Taylor does a lot behind the scenes. More than you know. I think everything you saw on SSP is very accurate as far as I can tell and Tishman Speyer is VERY involved up to their nose hairs and this is going somewhere, BuT there are some variables that have too be taken into account and this is not a done deal. From what I saw they are getting very serious after last week. I do know TS wants to be in Nashville and Austin and I can tell you the name of the person in charge of new business and acquisitions for Atlanta & Nashville, where he went to college a
    19 points
  23. I think the verticality of the windows actually make the building look taller. When looking from this angle with the other buildings, its not as bad as some of you guys let on, IMO.
    19 points
  24. Since y'all liked the old photo of the area at the location of the Horizon ball field, I thought this would be a really good photo to show newer folks the massive changes since I was a teenager in the heart of the core. The first is looking up 4th Avenue N. from Church Street. This was taken in about 1960 before the Maxwell House Hotel burned Christmas Eve 1961. The lovely old First American Bank you see beyond the sign was sacrificed with the 6 city block "urban renewal" demolition in the 1970s. I would prefer to still have it rather than the POS they built back. The 3 buildings in t
    19 points
  25. Putting roof on 25th floor. Looking east from Broadway, 1/2 block west of 14th Ave: Looking NE from 14th Ave. South at McGavock St: Looking NW from 12th Ave. South at McGavock St:
    19 points
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  27. Cleaning out boxes of old papers, I found this rendering of a proposal I designed back in the early eighties for a concept called Eurosphere. The highway on the right is I 65 and the other is Briley Parkway at Dickerson Pike. This was a massive complex of shopping , hotels and condos based on all European stores...No American stores allowed.. The central areas with the Brandenburg Gate with fountains behind is approximately where Skyline hospital is today. Other features include the Crystal Palace, the Arc de Triomphe, Harrod's of London with Big Ben, the Ponte Vecchio housing jewelers, a
    19 points
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  29. Just subscribe to NashvilleNowNext.com and you will get access! There's no charge for this issue. This first issue is digital only. I am working on people being able to get printed copies sent directly to them I don't have a publisher so it takes a while to get set up. Thanks again!
    18 points
  30. Phew... and we thought we were building a lot of highrises! Check out this super cool 3D development model of Toronto...
    18 points
  31. It seems as if Hines now has the property rights to the Reed site according to the NBJ. https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2021/10/08/hines-reed-lawsuit-development.html Jim Reed Automotive Inc.'s Midtown development site has been the subject of disputes for more than a year, facing lawsuits from competing potential buyers. New court filings suggest one of those prospective buyers, Hines Investment Management Holdings Limited Partnership, has dropped its lawsuit and could now have new legal rights to 1406-1408 Broadway, which is one slice of Reed's larger 11-acre site. Whatev
    18 points
  32. The foundation permit for the first of two 28 story residential towers (on the NW corner of Demonbreun and 12th Ave. South) has been applied for. Turner Construction will be the contractor. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/permit-patrol-4-october-2021/article_6dae72d4-22ff-11ec-91bf-0b075762724d.html
    18 points
  33. 1001 Church St. (33 stories, about 500,000 sq. ft. for Amazon Three) and Pinnacle Bank Tower (37 stories? 678,000 sq. ft.) update: More core drilling and prep work on sites. Looking SE from Church Street Viaduct where it crosses over CSX tracks: Looking NW from intersection of Commerce St. and 10th Ave. North: Looking SW from 10th Ave. North, underneath the Church Street Viaduct:
    18 points
  34. ^ Thanks for the pics of the new lighting. Looks like we have Char-Vegas happening.
    18 points



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