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  1. So Nashville added another resident last night... Turner Wallace Chinetti 9 pounds 6 ounces. 20 inches. Mom and baby are doing great! He’s ready to argue about scooters, height restrictions in the inner core, and how the MDHA needs to go!
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  2. I don't usually start a new thread...but I just think we could all give a round of applause to markhollin for posting so many great photos every single morning. Around 4am or so...I start looking for his posts, knowing he's going to have more goodies to show us. This board wouldn't be half the board it is without his input. Thanks so much!
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  3. I almost forgot what this thread was about... Here's a reminder for those who have forgotten.
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  4. Attempted to model the building based on the initial rendering and the description a couple of pages back. No clue how close this is, but a tower of this scale will definitely make an impact. Very curious about what the Carson side of the site looks like given that it faces townhomes.
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  5. I don’t know if I got pics of everything under construction (Nashville needs to calm down…LOL) but I got a lot. I’m not sure what the vast majority of these projects are so I decided to make a thread of all of the ones I took pics of instead of spending hours trying to figure out what each one is. Click on each pic then double click it for higher quality. Not much editing has been done otherwise. Enjoy! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.
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  6. Sorry I’m late. Traffic was a mess. All of those damn protestors from Atlanta and Winston-Salem that are upset.
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  7. I figured I would just do this in its own thread so it would not get lost and not jumble other post there. Thanks to LA_TN for getting a lot of the BNA information together for me. This is by far the longest one of these list I have ever done. if anyone wants to know it was a 175 page google doc. ENJOY! 2021 NASHVILLE PROJECT UPDATE All prices, heights, and other counts are approximate and may not be totally accurate! All projects are inside of Davidson County unlike past project lists. There are few if any suburban projects listed & zero garden style apartment projects. There are a number I have missed, so all I can say is sorry! This does not count the several billion dollars in construction going on outside of Davidson County in the Metro area. RECENTLY COMPLETED FIFTH + BROAD MIXED USE 25 STORY OFFICE TOWER & 35 STORY RESIDENTIAL TOWER (DOWNTOWN) $450 MILLION 1200 BROADWAY 313 UNITS 27 STORY MIXED USE TOWER (DOWNTOWN/GULCH) $118 MILLION GRAND HYATT 25 STORY, 591 ROOMS (NASHVILLE YARDS/GULCH) IMAGE COURTESY SWVP THE JOSEPH HOTEL (SOBRO) $166 MILLION KENECT (MIDTOWN) 20 STORY 360 UNITS/ $84 MILLION GULCH UNION OFFICE 24 STORY, 680K SQ.FT. (1222 DEMONBREUN) (GULCH) COURTESY ENDEAVOR REALTY $75 MILLION PEABODY PLAZA 9 STORY, 280K SQ. FT. (ROLLING MILL HILL) $90 MILLION THE VIRGIN HOTEL (MUSIC ROW/MIDTOWN) $110 MILLION THE GRADUATE HOTEL (WEST END/MIDTOWN) $55 MILLION MARGARITAVILLE HOTEL 215 ROOMS, 12 STORIES (SOBRO) $82 MILLION DRURY HOTEL 21 STORY, 390 ROOM (SOBRO) $70 MILLION + TOWNEPLACE SUITES GAY STREET 7 STORIES, 156 ROOMS (DOWNTOWN) $35 MILLION TENNESSEE STATE ARCHIVE & LIBRARY (GERMANTOWN/CAPITOL VIEW) $107 MILLION 333 BUILDING (GULCH) LC SOBRO 7 STORY, 271 UNITS (IMAGE APARTMENTS.COM) $48 MILLION HAMPTON INN & SUITES (CAPITOL VIEW) HYATT HOUSE (SOBRO) SOUNDWAVES OPRYLAND HOTEL 110K SQ. FT. INDOOR WATERPARK $90 MILLION MOXY HOTEL HILLSBORO, 6 STORY, 130 ROOM, 37 RESIDENTIAL UNITS (HILLSBORO VILLAGE) $37 MILLION. IMAGE COURTESY MARRIOTT MOXY HOTEL SOBRO- 5 STORY, 161 ROOMS (SOBRO) METRO JUSTICE CTR & JAIL (DOWNTOWN) $110 MILLION THE LUDLOW (HISTORIC BUENA VISTA) NOVO 198 UNITS (DONELSON) ILLUME 75 FOR SALE CONDO UNITS (EDGEHILL) ALINA 5 STORY, 50 UNITS (EDGEHILL) BELCOURT VILLAGE - 28 UNITS, 24K RETAIL SPACE (HILLSBORO VILLAGE) STOCKYARD APARTMENTS (CAPITOL VIEW) (COURTESY RENTCAFE) HILL CENTER GREENFIELD PUBLIX (MONTROSE/BERRY HILL) SYLVAN SUPPLY (SYLVAN PARK) THE KNOX METRO CENTER -300 UNITS (PHOTO FROM NASHVILLE NEXT NOW) STOCKING 51 PHASE II (THE NATIONS) SILO HOUSE SILO BEND BELMONT SOUTH GARAGE AND TRAINING FACILITY (BELMONT CAMPUS) $50 MILLION TSU HEALTH SCIENCES BUILDING $39 MILLION ACCENT METRO CENTER SOUNDS RETAIL PROJECT AIR B & B MAIN STREET 3 STORY, 29 UNITS (EAST NASHVILLE/5 POINTS) DAMAGED IN THE 2000 TORNADO AND HAS YET TO REOPEN! FIELDHOUSE JONES - 4 STORY, 100 ROOMS (EAST NASHVILLE /5 POINTS) DAMAGED IN THE 2000 TORNADO AND HAS YET TO REOPEN! FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES 7 STORY, 156 ROOMS (MIDTOWN, CENTENNIAL PARK) UNDER CONSTRUCTION FOUR SEASON HOTEL & RESIDENCES (151 2ND AVENUE S) 40 STORIES 542’ $400 MILLION PRIME (801 CHURCH) 38 STORIES 456’ ALCOVE (900 CHURCH) 33 STORIES 416’ PRICE TAG FOR BOTH TOGETHER IS $315 MILLION-BEING BUILT TOGETHER BROADWEST MIXED USE 21 STORY(326’)- 35 STORY (406’) HOTEL ,RESIDENTIAL $540 MILLION 805 LEA -30 STORIES 370’ $102 MILLION EMBASSY SUITES/ONE HOTEL/ ONE HOTEL A 30 STORY (380’) & 19 STORY $229 MILLION BELMONT PERFORMING ARTS CTR. $141 MILLION 2012 WEST END 25 STORIES 300’ $68 MILLION ONE22ONE (1221 BROADWAY) 24 STORIES $141 MILLION AMAZON I 22 STORIES (340’)& II 20 STORIES (305’) (NASHVILLE YARDS) MGM HOTEL ENTERTAINMENT COMPLEX.-21 STORIES 276’ (NASHVILLE YARDS) RESUMING WORK SOON HYATT CENTRIC (SOBRO) 20 STORY 252 ROOM HOTEL $66 MILLION ALBION (GULCH) 21 STORIES, 415 UNITS 272’ $140 MILLION VANDERBILT TOWER & RESIDENCES $600 MILLION GREYSTAR HOTEL & RESIDENTIAL 16 STORY HOTEL & 26 STORY RESIDENTIAL TOWER (MIDTOWN) $145 MILLION ASURION CAMPUS (GULCH) $285 MILLION 908 DIVISION-GREYSTAR 16 STORIES, 300 UNITS (GULCH) $72 MILLION MODERA 15 STORY, 378 UNITS (GULCH) $TBD EST 75 MILLION + HAVEN AT THE GULCH 11 STORY, 299 UNITS (GULCH) $100 MILLION ASPIRE (GULCH) $95 MILLION THE MOORE (MIDTOWN) W HOTEL -16 STORY, 350 ROOM (GULCH) $190 MILLION SIXTH SOUTH 296 UNITS, 13 STORIES (SOBRO) $75 MILLION RUTLEDGE FLATS - 8 STORY , 174 UNITS (SOBRO) PANATTONI OFFICE BUILDING 1630 16TH AVE S. (MUSIC ROW) CALDWELL HALL (BELMONT CAMPUS) (COURTESY BELMONT.EDU) EST. $90 MILLION PARKE WEST (WEST END) $100 MILLION FEDERAL COURTHOUSE (DOWNTOWN) $194.5 MILLION NASHVILLE SOCCER MLS STADIUM (FAIRGROUNDS/WEHO AREA) $325 MILLION BNA EXPANSION PROJECT PHASE I.0 BNA VISION 1.0 COST 1.55 BILLION Interim International Arrivals Building - Mar 21, 2018 Terminal Garage 1 - Levels P1-P4: Complete and open - May 2020 - Levels P5 & P6 and Pedestrian Plaza: Under construction, opening in early 2023 - Airport Administrative Office: Complete and open Terminal Garage 3 - complete Dec 20, 2018 Terminal Apron and Taxilane Expansion - Phase 1: Complete - Phase 2: To be completed in late 2023 (contract not yet awarded) Central Utility Plant - complete 2018? New Concourse D and Terminal Wings - July 2020 and Aug 2020 Hotel, Plaza, and Terminal Garage 2 - design International Arrivals Facility (IAF) and Terminal Lobby Renovation - U/C Donelson Pike Relocation and Terminal Access Roadway Improvements - Currently in design - Donelson Pike Relocation (TDOT): To be completed in late 2023 - Terminal Access Roadway Improvements: To be completed in late 2024 BNA EXPANSION PROJECT PHASE 2.0 & BEYOND COST : APPROXIMATE 1.3 BILLION - Satellite concourse is $89 million, 8 gates, contract will be awarded april, complete sep 2023 - Runway 2L/20R extension, currently in design - New concourse A, apron fill RFQ issued PROPOSED LONG RANGE PLANS NEW SATELLITE TERMINAL CONNECTION TRAM BETWEEN TERMINALS LIGHT RAIL BETWEEN BNA & DOWNTOWN BNA COST 200 MILLION METRO COST???? PROPOSED 2021 START PHASE I OF THE LANDINGS AT RIVER NORTH- 600 RESIDENTIAL UNITS, 50K RETAIL OVERALL COST OF BOTH PHASES $225 MILLION. AVALON MIDTOWN (1719 HAYES ST) 25 STORIES 323’ COST TBD 30 PEABODY- 32 STORY, 324 UNITS (HENSLER TOWER) (ROLLING MILL HILL) 400’ COST TBD GIBSON RESIDENCES -21 STORY, 380 UNITS(1117 CHURCH) 1601 BROADWAY -27 STORY, 416 UNITS (MIDTOWN) AIRPORT HILTON-14 STORY, 292 ROOMS (COURTESY CHARTWELL HOSP) $177 MILLION BRISTOL DEVELOPMENT APARTMENTS 226 UNITS (51 LUCILE) (NO RENDERING YET) 3808 CLEGHORN- 12 STORY. 205 UNITS ST THOMAS 21ST & CHURCH VANDERBILT GRADUATE HOUSING (COURTESY PHofKS) 14TH AVENUE LOFTS (804 14TH AVE N) CLAY STREET COMMONS- 61 UNITS (BUENA VISTA HEIGHTS) PROPOSED 1001 CHURCH STREET 40 STORIES? (NASHVILLE YARDS) RITZ CARLTON HOTEL???/CONDO 42 STORIES -APARTMENT BUILDING 32 STORIES KVB ROUNDABOUT. $550 MILLION 2ND & PEABODY 38 STORIES 612’ OFFICE/HOTEL- 33 STORY RESIDENTIAL/HOTEL COST EST. $600 MILLION FAIRMONT HOTEL PROJECT 1-38 STORY HOTEL & 1-14 STORY HOTEL CIRCLE SOUTH 30 STORIES (SOBRO) $250 MILLION 127 ROSA PARKS- 24 STORIES (DOWNTOWN) $100 MILLION + GULCH UNION II & III PASEO SOUTH I & II 1-14 STORY & 1 -20 STORY(EAST GULCH/PIE TOWN) 909 DIVISION -16 STORY, 342 UNITS (GULCH) MARRIOTT EDITION HOTEL 16 STORY, 281 ROOMS(GULCH) $170 MILLION LORD & LIBERTY HOTEL9 -STORY, 80 ROOMS HOMEWOOD SUITES/ CANOPY (GULCH)-11 STORY, 334 ROOMS NORTH EDGE 3- 8 STORY BUILDINGS & 1-12 STORY (EDGEHILL) T3 FINERY MIXED USE, 125 ROOM HOTEL , 311 UNITS, 378K RETAIL & OFFICE (WEHO) RACETRACK EXPANSION FAIRGROUNDS OTHER PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION MODERA 2 PHASES 800 UNITS (GERMANTOWN) HILLSIDE FLATS (THE RESERVOIR) METRO WATER TREATMENT PLANT EXPANSION (GERMANTOWN) $350 MILLION TSU DORMS 700 BED RESIDENCE HALL 6 STORIES $ 69.5 MILLION NOVEL AT EDGEHILL 270 UNITS (MUSIC ROW/GULCH) $83 MILLION THE/HUME/HAMILTON HUME 245 UNITS, HAMILTON 84 UNITS (SWH PROJECT) (GERMANTOWN) TOWNE NASHVILLE-5 STORY, 329 UNITS (HISTORIC BUENA VISTA) LAQUINTA HOTEL 11 STORY, 205 ROOMS (EAST BANK) BLUE HILLS MULTI-FAMILY -5 STORY, 128 UNITS (DONELSON) MARTIN FLATS - 3 STORY, 150 MICRO UNITS (WEHO) TOWNEPLACE SUITES CHARLOTTE AVE. - 11 STORY, 161 ROOMS (MIDTOWN) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH EXPANSION (DOWNTOWN) RIVER TOWER CONDOS - 5 STORY, 37 UNITS (CAPITOL VIEW) WOODFIELD DEVELOPMENT APARTMENTS- 6 STORY, 292 UNITS (MIDTOWN) PEARL STUDIOS 108 UNITS (MIDTOWN/NORTH NASHVILLE) 1501 HERMAN - 4 STORY, 300 UNITS (MARATHON VILLAGE) ALTA FOUNDRY NORTH - 5 STORY, 231 UNITS (MIDTOWN) STAYBRIDGE HOTEL- 4 STORY, 163 ROOMS (MIDTOWN) ST THOMAS CRITICAL CARE (MIDTOWN) $75 MILLION ST THOMAS REHAB (MIDTOWN) HEALTHPEAK OFFICE HCA 6 STORY,(MIDTOWN) ELEMENT HOTEL ONE CITY 6 STORY, 169 ROOMS (MIDTOWN) $31 MILLION STANDARD ASSEMBLY (WEHO) $55 MILLION THE MUSE 55 UNITS (RUTLEDGE HILL) $20 MILLION BROADSTONE SOBRO 226 UNITS (SOBRO) $40 MILLION NASHVILLE WAREHOUSE COMPANY 305 UNITS/200K SQ FT COMMERCIAL (WEHO) $50 MILLION ACCENT NOLENSVILLE 236 UNITS (FAIRGROUNDS/WEHO) BRAND (BERRY HILL) 314 UNITS TREVECCA HEALTH SCIENCES BUILDING (TREVECCA CAMPUS/SOUTH NASHVILLE) 50 MUSIC SQUARE WEST- 7 STORIES, 124 UNITS (MUSIC ROW) 915 MAIN (5 POINTS AREA/EAST NASHVILLE) RANDEE ROGERS - 4 STORY, 100 UNITS (HISTORIC BUENA VISTA) 17TH & GRAND 7 STORIES, 160K SQ. FT. (MUSIC ROW) $70 MILLION ALTA UNION - 343 UNITS (THE NATIONS) BROADSTONE NATIONS - 6 STORIES, 354 UNITS (COURTESY NASHVILLE NEXXT NOW) $49 MILLION SILO BEND (THE NATIONS) ALTA RIVERWALK- 4-5 STORIES, 305 UNITS (METRO CTR) LINDSEY CORNER 108K SQ. FT. (CHARLOTTE AVE.) OLYMPIC II (EDGEHILL) GRAND OAKS GREAT CIRCLE - 467 UNITS (METRO CTR) THRIVE AT CITY HEIGHTS (MCKISSACK PARK) THE SKYLINER 4 STORY, 147 UNITS (DICKERSON CORRIDOR) THE GILMORE - 4 STORY, 99 UNITS (12 SOUTH) CONNECT AT CITY HEIGHTS 5 STORY, 182 UNITS (MCKISSACK PARK) 83 FREIGHT- 91 UNITS (WEHO) $9 MILLION 19TH & WEDGEWOOD (HILLSBORO VILLAGE) ON HOLD & STALLED THE MAJORITY OF THESE ARE HOTELS DUE TO COVID PARAMOUNT 60 STORIES (STALLED BY METRO) BUCKINGHAM GULCH (701 12TH AVE. S) 38 STORIES/ The project was starting to move forward just prior to the pandemic. The property is owned by Buckingham Cos. STATION DISTRICT I STATION DISTRICT II- IV POD HOTEL BROADWAY HOTEL - 18 STORIES, 470 ROOMS PRINTING HOUSE TAPESTRY HOTEL 11 STORIES, 175 ROOMS DUAL BRAND HOTEL 15 STORY 190 ROOM HOTEL & 7 STORY RESIDENTIAL BUILDING (EAST BANK) $80 MILLION HOTEL INDIGO ADDITION 15 STORY ADDITION 12TH & MCGAVOCK HOTEL RADISSON RED (DOWNTOWN) STALLED IN THE MIDDLE OF DEMO 3800 CHARLOTTE PRICE DEVELOPMENT GROUP (NO WORD ON PROJECT) HAMPTON INN TRU DUAL HOTEL (GULCH) 35 MILLION THE BRIAN PAUL HOTEL & RESORT PLANNING/CONCEPTUAL/RUMORED MLB STADIUM FRANCHISE AND MIXED USE CONCEPTUAL ONLY. FRANCHISE HAS NOT BEEN AWARDED AND LOCATION IS SPECULATION ON THE PART OF MUSIC CITY MLB. 1112 LAUREL OFFICE & RESIDENTIAL MARKET STREET ENT. 1211 LAUREL MARKET STREET ENT. NO RENDERING STREET LIGHTS RESIDENTIAL PROJECT ON 10TH GBT PROJECT ELLISTON/WEST END SPLIT HIGH-RISE UNDETERMINED (20 -25 STORIES) BELMONT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NO RENDERING BLACKBIRD REALTY BROADWAY/WEST END SPLIT 30 STORY RANGE BRIDGESTONE ARENA HOTEL ADDITION LINCOLN PROPERTIES OLD TENNESSEAN SITE (CONCEPTUAL) COURTESY PHofKS 350 DEADERICK (VERY CONCEPTUAL) TWO MORE HIGH-RISE PROJECTS BEING DEVELOPED BY GIARRATANA DEVELOPMENT FOR DOWNTOWN. NO RENDERINGS OR LOCATIONS I CAN DISCLOSE A PROJECT POSSIBLE AT THE CORNER OF CHARLOTTE & YMCA WAY 30-50 STORY RANGE. NO RENDERING MIXED USE PROJECTS NASHVILLE YARDS U/C THE RESERVOIR U/C 23 ACRE SITE 1200 RESIDENTIAL UNITS, 600,000 SQ FT OF OFFICE RETAIL RIVER NORTH INFRASTRUCTURE WORK UNDERWAY PHASE I TOTAL ACREAGE AROUND 80 NOW(ORACLE CAMPUS RUMORED) THIS VISION IS MOST LIKELY TOAST! RMR PROJECT IN DEVELOPMENT- (EAST BANK) 1,425 Residential Units 1,050,000 SF of Office space 135,000 SF of Commercial space 640 Hotel rooms/3 MILLION SQ FT/ 16.7 (NOW 18.11)ACRES MULTIPLE BUILDINGS UP TO 30 STORIES SECOND MAP SHOWS RECENT PURCHASE OF 1.41 ACRE SITE TO THE NORTH CENTURY FARMS $1.7 BILLION 300 ACRES LANDINGS AT RIVER NORTH DUE TO START SUMMER 2021 BUILDING IN FOREGROUND MAKE UP PHASE I TALLER BUILDINGS WOULD MAKE UP PHASE II CUMBERLAND SHORES AT TSU (LONGE RANGE) NEW HEIGHTS DISTRICT FIRST BUILDING 20 ACRES(UNDER CONSTRUCTION) AJ CAPITOL MIXED USE PROJECT (WEHO) (APPROVED) REED SITE (APPROVED) (MIDTOWN) NEUHOFF MIXED USE REDEVELOPMENT (UNDER CONSTRUCTION) FAIRGROUNDS MIXED USE COMPONENT OF SOCCER STADIUM APPROVED DUE TO START IN SUMMER 2021 8TH & BASS ONE CITY 60% BUILT OUT CAPITOL VIEW 3 PARCELS LEFT/ONLY 1 UNSPOKEN FOR. TITANS MIXED USE PLANNING APPROX 100 ACRES (PLANNING) (EAST BANK) FOSTER STREET MIXED USE (NO STATUS UPDATE) OTHER PROJECTS PROPOSED ALTO (MIDTOWN) CONTRALTO (MIDTOWN) RESERVE HOTEL 15 STORY, 143 ROOMS ADDITION TO BUILDING $30 MILLION SOLIS AT L&L MARKETPLACE 5 STORY, 265 UNITS (CHARLOTTE CORRIDOR) CAMBRIA HOTEL 8 STORY, 159 ROOMS (MIDTOWN) RESERVOIR OFFICE BUILDING (THE RESERVOIR MIXED USE PROJECT EDGEHILL) 21ST & LINDEN 7 STORIES, 225 UNITS (HILLSBORO VILLAGE AREA) NOVEL BELLE MEADE 300 UNITS BALLPARK VILLAGE 340 UNITS 14K RETAIL (CAPITOL VIEW) 1505 DICKERSON PIKE (700 UNITS) PILLOW & MERRITT (WEHO) 918 MAIN (5 POINTS AREA/EAST NASHVILLE) 900 18TH AVE 4 STORY OFFICE ADDITION (MIDTOWN/MUSIC ROW) NASHVILLE BLOCK 5 - 5 STORIES, 280 UNITS (GERMANTOWN) 1414 3RD AVE . N.-7 STORY, 100 UNITS (GERMANTOWN) BROADSTONE ONE CITY-7 STORIES , 261 UNITS (MIDTOWN) UNION BRICK/THE CHARTWELL -6 STORIES, 379 UNITS (MARATHON VILLAGE) WEDGEWOOD LOFTS -150 UNITS (WEHO/FAIRGROUNDS) WEHO CROSSING 414 UNITS (WEHO) 1425 4TH AVE S (MARATHON VILLAGE) 6TH & OAK -145 UNITS (NEW HEIGHTS DISTRICT) 101 FACTORY -204 UNITS (SOUTH NASHVILLE) THE ODYSSEY AT THE PARK 5 STORIES, 75 UNITS (WEST END PARK) LC SOBRO II (IN GREEN) PIE TOWN CONDOS-8 STORY 78 UNITS (SOBRO) ELLISTON PLACE HOLIDAY INN HOTEL - 8 STORY, 168 UNITS(MIDTOWN/WEST END) THE PROVISIONARY (1404 DICKERSON) ROCK BLOCK FLATS 6 STORY, 30 UNITS (MIDTOWN/WEST END) SAMARITAN FIFTH & SHELBY 4 STORY, 475 UNITS (EAST NASHVILLE) THE DUKE II (METRO CTR) 5 STORIES, 192 UNITS (METRO CTR) NO RENDERING 905 CHEROKEE 4 STORY, 166 UNITS (EAST NASHVILLE) 4 STORY 166 UNITS MIXED USE NO RENDERING 900 TRINITY 384 UNITS MIXED USE (EAST NASHVILLE) NO RENDERING LC THE NATIONS - 6 STORY, 400 UNITS (THE NATIONS) 1212 9TH AVE. N (HISTORIC BUENA VISTA) PILLOW & MERRITT (WEHO) METRO PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECTS ENVISION CAYCE (500 MILLION DOLLAR PROJECT UNDER CONSTRUCTION) (EAST NASHVILLE) ENVISION SUDIKUM NAPIER (PROPOSED) (SOUTH NASHVILLE) ENVISION EDGEHILL (PROPOSED) (EDGEHILL)
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  8. Hey guys, I've been on this job off and on since it started this summer and we love seeing the aerial pictures. Someone stumbled upon this forum and some of us check it often but are usually too busy to reply. The I beam contraption in the south west corner is for testing the strength of the piles that the tower crane will sit on. Things are starting to shape up. Last I heard the beloved guard shack is being saved for the gate guard to use once it starts to get cold out here!
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  9. 1010 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 Chicago will be the architects. Work is set to get underway in January of 2023. The YMCA portion will be complete by June of 2024. The residential tower should be partially open by July of 2025. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/planned-project-would-yield-city-s-tallest-building-updated-y/article_75a610f2-2528-11ec-b5fa-bbd58a6bebe3.html And at NBJ here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2021/10/04/ymca-redevelopment.html And at The Tennessean here: https://www.tennessean.com/story/money/real-estate/2021/10/04/downtown-nashville-ymca-plans-tallest-residential-building/5991783001/ Looking NE from 10th Ave. North, just north of the Church Street Viaduct: This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the western portion of the site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame; the eastern portion that includes the YMCA addition is immediately to the right (east):
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  10. Happy Friday, UP! I’m a longtime lurker, first-time poster. Here is a view of the Yards from my place downtown. I think of these developments as my “front yard,” so I have been following their progress closely and learning so much from this forum in the process. The view from this place has changed dramatically in the past three years and there is much more coming.
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  11. I was going to try and work on this more this weekend and realize that this is a first effort. This is a rendition of future and under construction towers in the downtown and possible East Bank area. I was going to try and label them, but I have been rather busy this weekend and have also been trying to take a bit of a break.as well. Iwas also going to use actual renderings, however is time consuming to get the actual renderings cut out and also the position of the towers do not exactly fit at the angle I want them just yet. That will be coming later. Remember this is a first effort and a big SHOUT OUT to nissantitanville for the help on Gimp! I have some of the towers a little off scale and the angle of the shot made some of the building appears to be crooked and other to be level. It is a work in progress. I probably left a few off. About 10 to 12 of the below are under construction with about 20 slated to start in the next 6 months or so.
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  12. Got a picture of possible the most gorgeous sunrise yesterday morning!
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  13. Renderings and diagrams released today. Shows the height at 374', and claims to be 27 stories, but at the highest point of the stair-step on the west side sure appears to be 33 or 34 stories. The working name will now be 2416 West End. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/tower-eyed-for-west-end-elliston-split-to-feature-neo-art-deco-design/article_538d3502-d9cb-11eb-9ef8-6bbf4889b2d2.html
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  14. Took this yesterday. Wanted to make it longer but it was quite windy yesterday. Some random thoughts... How much room there is between Lafayette and the Interstate which also really shows HOW MUCH space the railroad takes up and divides the gulch from the rest of the city Also just how much room the interstate takes up, and is just dead space smack dab in the middle of the city So much traffic on all the streets for a Sunday afternoon Broadwest and the others in midtown are starting to make their own mini skyline You can see the new Vandy tower off in the distance 805 Lea continues to mystify me as to what size it is, haha The orange/white public storage off of Layfayette is quite large If 4 Seasons had an interesting crown it would standout even more in the skyline A couple more weeks of no rain and I don't think anyone will have to mow their grass anymore, everything is starting to look really dry If the project on 8th by the interstate every get off the ground that will significantly change the look of that area
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  15. It's official: It will definitely be a Ritz Carlton Hotel and Residences. Will now be 46 stories (instead of 42) for the hotel portion. This "new" rendering is still at 42 stories. With the additional 4 stories it will probably be close to 600' tall. Cost will be $585 million. M2 Development Partners plan a ground breaking in first quarter of 2022 with a mid-2025 completion date in mind. There will be a rooftop restaurant. M2 has also added Steve Armistead and Jared Bradley as partners in the project. MDHA Design Review Committee will need to approve exterior forms and functions as the site sits in the Capitol Mall Redevelopment Plan District. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/ritz-carlton-slated-for-sobro/article_0995fc60-b1d3-11eb-b25b-336438b475e8.html And at NBJ here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2021/05/11/rc-plans.html
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  16. Are you the key master? I am the gate keeper.
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  17. Sorry I’m late. Please forgive me. Double click on images for larger and better quality.
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  18. I meant to post this picture last week from our Bday trip to NYC. The picture came out pretty cool, but it was absolutely amazing from inside the plane. The sun beams shining through the clouds onto the city.
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  19. I have known of this for 2 years prior to Covid and kept it quiet with a few hints. Last week I found a website from the developer with this information on it and these renderings. More information should come out this week. From my undisclosed coastal NC location I present this and from the now hidden webpage: ""Meet Charlotte’s newest 31-story, mixed-use community combining nearly 565,000 square feet of Class A office space, a 200-key hotel, 100 premier multifamily units, and 10,000 square feet of activated retail, anchored by an 8,000 square foot amenity terrace."" Last photos are of the site I took a week or so ago. I hope Riverside's and this Crescent project are going up at the same time. #CharlotteRising and #Southend especially #Rising tall. Crescent does great work as we have seen with their Ally Bank Center, their various apartment complexes and even their renovation at One Independence Center. Oh the site is reappearing after it disappeared. https://www.carsonse.com/
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  20. I’ve been slacking on posting any pictures here, but one member on here said that I should post. So incoming image dump from what I’ve taken over the past few weeks!
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  21. Full moon over Charlotte, I wish the weather had been just a bit more clear....
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  22. Did some urban exploring last night, amazing projection on the low hanging clouds.
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  24. Was nervous about posting a pic since all of the other posts look so professional, but here goes... This is from a few nights ago. Also, isn't it amazing how dense the skyline looks when all the towers are the same height.
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  25. drive by earlier in the week. Oh yeah I am tired of holding back this rendering. if this is not the look of this tower I will buy 3 dozen Dunkin Donuts and bring them to the next UP meetup walk and y'all know I don't like those cake-y donuts and I prefer the sweet Southern melt in your mouth doughnuts of KK. Notice the balconies at least 3 levels and it has more in common with Legacy 2 Deloitte than the BOAT. Happy weekend walk a greenway nearest you! Charlotte Rising! now with a rendering.
    35 points
  26. I was up taking pictures at the hourly deck, which has a great vantage point of the terminal expansion!
    35 points
  27. Gorgeous video. Looks like a video game. Source
    35 points
  28. -Hines in conjunction with Barings ($387 billion global investments manager) announces the 2.7 million square feet total project of 8 new towers plus the Coca Cola Building. - Phase One starts 2nd quarter of 2023 1) 300 unit apartment tower 2) 300,000 sq ft office tower 3) 250 room hotel 4) Adaptive re-use of 100,000 sq. ft. Coca Cola Plant on Church Street into creative office space and destination lifestyle retail 5) Activated green space which will be centerpiece of entire project will be on the north side of Hayes St. It is unclear which of the buildings in Phase One are located where in the aerial renderings below. Enlarging the aerial render shows the following floor counts: Largest tower: 44 stories 2nd tower along Broadway: 29 stories 3rd tower along Broadway 20 stories 4th tower along Broadway 20 stories (at 16th Ave. North) Tower at 16th Ave. North and Hayes: 32 stories 2nd Tower on Hayes Street: 25 stories 3rd tower on Hayes St. at 15th Ave. North: 25 stories Smallest tower on north side of Hayes Street: 8 stories It appears there will be a new street running north/south from about 1/2 block west of 15th Ave. North between Broadway and Hayes St. that will dead-end into the green space on north side of Hayes. No word on the architect, civil engineer, contractor, etc. Also, no word on when final parcels of land along Broadway will be purchased (will most likely be in the $100 million range). More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/work-on-major-midtown-project-could-start-by-mid-2023/article_68889998-3e3d-11ec-962b-1307949d060a.html And at NBJ here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2021/11/05/hines-and-barings.html?s=print Official press release here: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/barings-and-hines-acquire-reed-district-site-in-nashville-301416895.html This looks to be a view from Broadway northward up the new street that will run north to Hayes St: A view of the former Coca Cola Plant's new look: This screen shot from Smeagolfree's excellent development maps shows the full site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:
    34 points
  29. 34 points
  30. I had a one-hour meeting with Joe Cain, the Director of Urban Development for MDHA yesterday afternoon. We covered several topics related to downtown and East Nashville. In relation to this thread, we spoke for about 20 minutes on the Trolley Barns sites, and how the final decision for the Hensler/Eakin proposal came about. Here are some general take-aways: 1) The design board was very concerned that the feel and history of the Trolley Barns themselves would not be literally overshadowed by 15-30 story structures immediately to the north and west. They wanted a sense of scale so that the neighborhood that has been established there would still feel inviting and walkable. 2) They didn’t want a wall of taller structures blocking-off Rolling Mill Hill from downtown. They felt that a less dense air-space would create a better flow working up the hillside. 3) He made clear that the renderings from Eakin and Hensler were just initial concepts to get a sense of mass, but there would be much more design processing before final ideas are approved. 4) Joe felt that the Eakin office building facing Hermitage Avenue would have a lot of street activation with restaurant and retail. He thinks there will be a grocery store as part of the structure. He believes it will still stay in the 5-8 story range. 5) The buildings that will border directly on the existing Trolley Barn properties will be 2-4 stories, and will echo the same dark brown brick feel, with wide sidewalks and greenery, etc. This will add a very livable quality as well as welcoming space for tourists, diners, etc. to the shops and restaurants that will proliferate there. 6) He wasn’t so sure that the “Drive-In Theater Screen” look of the Hensler residential building would look that way in it’s final design. He thinks it will be more visually stimulating than that. He agreed that the large 4-story opening looking through the center of that building was very eye-catching, and the committee very much liked that. It will most likely remain in the 20-25 story range. 7) All of the buildings will have a parking element (garages either below grade and/or above) to them to not only take care of the new tenants, but also to replace the large surface lots currently on the land. If above grade, they want very tasteful treatments, and definite first floor street activation. 8) He believes that the back corner of the lot that is currently just south of the parking lot that borders on Hermitage Ave. and includes a retention/drainage pond, will be developed with a 4-6 story structure eventually, which will also include it’s own parking. 9) He also thinks the small lot that is on the SE corner behind the Trolley barns (that butts-up against the ridge leading up to the former Rolling Mill Hill Hospital) could very well have a 4-6 story garage built there, with first floor activation. 10) As far as the highly important/extremely valuable final lot on the SE corner of KVB and Hermitage, Joe said it will not be developed until after the other Eakin/Hensler projects are completed. Primarily this is due to the fact that it will have to temporarily be a parking lot to help replace some of the surface spots being redeveloped. Once those projects and their adjoining garages are ready, then they can “get to work” on that prime corner lot. He fully expects that it will receive many bids, and thinks it will be a 30-story structure that will become a high-profile, landmark piece. 11) He also shared that there was a tremendous amount of sewer work that had to be built for the Rolling Mill Hill development (there never used to be proper drainage when the hospital and earlier mills used to be up there, and it created tremendous run-off problems for Hermitage Avenue). They will be extending much of that work under these Trolley Barn sites as they grading and foundational work get underway. 12) Joe shared that there were incredible environment issues up on Rolling Mill Hill because nothing had ever been properly monitored or enforced from the 1800’s until the 1990s when it was all abandoned. He said a lot of waste from the hospital and old mills had seeped into the ground before it could flow down into the river (ughh!). Also tremendous clean-up work had to be done on the Trolley Barns due to all the fuel spillage, old tanks, etc. from when they were the maintenance buildings for all the city busses. 13) There have been many discussions with NES to bury the power lines that run along the west side the river, but the cost would be astronomical. NES is fearful that if they put all the work into doing that, then every other neighborhood in town that has power lines will want the same, and it will become a massive headache. They at least convinced NES to bury cables along the eastern edge of Rolling Mill Hill, where two power towers used to be located. Personally, he would love to see them all gone in the downtown area in the future, along with telephone poles.
    34 points
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