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  1. 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:
    9 points
  2. Word on the street is NCDOT is delivering an extra train set to test clearances at Gateway Station Tuesday-Thursday this week. Someone go take pictures!
    6 points
  3. If today’s marketing brochure masquerading as press release does its magic and the project lands an anchor, then sure, construction in 3 months. I understand Charlotte may have some idiosyncratic variables driving local commercial real estate activity, but it’s hard for me to digest a spec build of this magnitude in this environment. Does anyone have solid reasoning for believing otherwise? Should one be a bit more sanguine on this project than Queensbridge because it is basically co-branded with deep-pocketed asset manager, Nuveen?
    6 points
  4. @eandslee-- I'll post up a couple of the Scott's pix you were mentioning that are on Ryan Ramsey's Richmond City Watch/Facebook site shortly. Meanwhile, folks, here are a few really cool perspectives of projects in Manchester that Ryan posted up on his page. Photos courtesy of Ryan Ramsey - Richmond City Watch/Facebook site. 1.) The Box with Port RVA II also under way (E. 6th and Decatur streets) 2.) The Box (looking northeast along Decatur -- note the Southern States Silos off in the distance -and picture Hourigan's GORGEOUS 20-23 story glass tower rising there!) 3.) The Commodore (looking northeast from W. 7th and Bainbridge streets) 4.) The (almost complete!) building formerly known as The Tidewater - W. 7th St 5.) River's Edge/Avery Hall development site (another one of those important "time stamp" kind of pictures to document what once was before the big change comes. Can't wait for Avery Hall to get underway!)
    6 points
  5. The shape of South End is a huge reason the light rail needs to have MUCH higher frequencies to be used for regular errands and getting around the neighborhood, as opposed to just commuting. Too many South End residents have to jump in their car to go from one end of South End to the other because the neighborhood takes nearly 40 minutes to walk from the Gold District to the southern end near Suffolk Punch/Harris Teeter area. The light rail should be able to compete with driving if running errands along the light rail could be done in ~10 minutes each way (a few minutes of waiting + a 2 - 5 minute ride on the train). Instead, it is too tempting to use your car when you have a 20 minute wait at the station.
    5 points
  6. Looks like this land swap of existing city owned land on Caldwell St and the old Duke Energy data center site on College will happen. From the CLT Biz Journal ""After a lengthy discussion during its regular business meeting yesterday, Charlotte City Council voted 7-4 to approve a property exchange that could add key development around the newly renovated convention center. The land-swap agreement council approved is between the Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority and Berlin-based Millennium Venture Capital. The city will give 1.9 acres of its property at 501 S. Caldwell St. to MVC in exchange for 0.7 acres at 401 S. College St., which is part of a larger 2.3-acre site the developer is in the process of purchasing from Duke Energy Corp. Tom Murray, CRVA chief executive, said because the city is giving away much larger piece of land, MVC has agreed to demolish the building at South College and prep the site for development, which will cost about $2.5 million. The firm is also planning $4 million or more in improvements to the convention center plaza."" https://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2022/11/29/crva-millennium-venture-capital-convention-hotel.html
    5 points
  7. Great to see these empty spaces being filled soon. 1 N Church Street 2 N Tryon Street 3 S College Street
    5 points
  8. Pinecrest/Parc View update as of a couple days ago. Courtesy of Ryan Ramsey of Richmond City Watch:
    5 points
  9. Today's CBJ " Crescent Communities, Nuveen Real Estate release new details on Carson & Tryon project in South End" by Elise Franco Excerpt: "Crescent Communities and Nuveen Real Estate have released new details and updated renderings for its upcoming South End project, Carson & Tryon. Carson & Tryon calls for the construction of a 31-story, mixed-use tower that will include nearly 560,000 square feet of office space, 10,000 square feet of retail space, 200 Novel-branded apartments and a 200-room boutique hotel." ... "Employee amenities include an 18,000-square-foot sky terrace with outdoor meeting space, casual lounge space and unobstructed views of uptown and South End. Additionally, a 12,000-square-foot indoor amenity lounge will have a fitness center, locker rooms, wellness programming and on-site conference and boardroom spaces." "The project is slated to deliver in mid-2025." "Crescent Communities has released the final renderings for its newest South End project, Carson & Tryon." Link with the final renderings: https://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2022/11/28/carson-tryon-south-end-crescent-communities-cre.html
    5 points
  10. The Depot will be a 7 story (4 along Division St.) mixed-use project on the .9 acre triangular site at 600 Division St. It will feature retail space along Division St., some limited underground parking, and possibly some outdoor patios. The developers are Jim and Candace Higgins, who bought the land for $650,000 in 2021. This steep hillside slopes down to the CSX tracks, and is directly north from The Haven, and NE of Albion. Chisel Workshop will be the architect. The team will go before Metro Planning Commission on Jan. 12, 2023 for approval. More at NashvilleNowNext here: https://nashvillenownext.com/2022/11/28/property-eyed-for-mixed-use-development-in-the-nashville-gulch/ These are not official renderings, but rather are character images supplied by the architect to shows the general look they are going for:
    5 points
  11. Tessera Development is looking to convert 500-520 Commerce Road (Trucker Pro) to TOD-1, allowing a mix of uses and up to 12 stories in height. This is in addition to the recent TOD-1 rezonings at 1003 Commerce, 600-614 Maury St, and 601-603 Albany Ave. If any of you are familiar with Charlotte, this really reminds me of the recent growth explosion in LoSo (horrible name), which has quickly been filled in with townhomes, apartments and mid-rises. Commerce Road is going to look drastically different in 10 years! https://richmondbizsense.com/2022/11/29/mixed-use-rezoning-pondered-for-manchester-block-currently-home-to-trucking-shop/
    4 points
  12. Residential Tower One (28 stories, 310 units) update: now up to 2nd level above grade across most of site. Looking SE from12th Ave. South, 1/2 block north of Demonbreun: Looking NW from intersection of Demonbreun and 12th Ave. South: Looking NE from Demonbreun, 1/2 block 3east of 13th Ave. South:
    4 points
  13. Pinnacle Tower (35 stories, 504', 678,000 sq. ft. office space) update: up to 7th floor above grade. Looking east from Asurion Plaza, 1/2 block south of Church Street Viaduct: Looking SE from Church Street Viaduct where it crosses over CSX tracks: Looking south from intersection of Church Street Viaduct and Upper 10th Ave. North (Platform Way): Looking west from 9th Ave. North, 1/4 block south of Church St:
    4 points
  14. Take a look at this study, it shows that Richmond (well expected) is one of the largest data center markets in the country! Top Data Center Markets - Construction & Sales Report | 42Floors
    4 points
  15. A great video of the fog in Richmond yesterday as posted by ashtefer1 on r/rva Reddit:
    4 points
  16. I had a friend at this time ~1990 and his wife saw his credit card statement in the home desk and there was a line item for Ascot Inn and it had not been her. Let this man's behavior be a lesson for you. Protect your invoices/receipts/statements.
    4 points
  17. This is an important milestone photo - we're seeing what this site has looked like for a very long time now - knowing that in even just a few months - must less a year - much less two years - much less from that point going forward - it will look VASTLY different! A VERY different Richmond is taking shape!
    4 points
  18. Photo update of CoStar's new tower as of a couple days ago. Courtesy of Ryan Ramsey of Richmond City Watch:
    4 points
  19. https://www.tennessean.com/story/money/2022/11/29/nashville-slaughterhouses-futuristic-re-do-centered-on-history/69647081007/ "They're currently working on an "amenity barge" concept to connect Neuhoff with the river, a pool and amphitheater. "Neuhoff was used for barge storage for close to 100 years," Irwin said. "We want to buy reclaimed barges, fix them up and create a place for the community to walk across the river."
    3 points
  20. Belmont Univ. Massey 3D Center (6 stories, 133,000 sq. ft., underground garage) update. Looking NW from intersection of 15th Ave. South and Caldwell Ave: Looking SW from 15th Ave. South, 1/4 block north of Caldwell Ave:
    3 points
  21. T3 Wedgewood (5 stories, 200,000 sq. ft. office space, ground level retail, internal garage) update: starting 5th floor of timber framing. Looking SE from Martin St. at Gray St: Looking NE from Martin St., 1/2 block north of Merritt Ave:
    3 points
  22. Too many think of the B in the BRT, when the real appeal is the R. True BRT must have dedicated lanes in key places to be rapid, or more importantly, maximize convenience for maximized user experience. Just imagine leaving CLT airport at the Terminal's curb at a station-like stop, traveling in a dedicated lane on Wilkinson Blvd between the airport and 277, then even a dedicated lane in Uptown, like College St, dropping you closer to Tryon than Blue Line. As it stands, the LPA for Silver Line would require connecting on an airport shuttle or separate airport people-mover out to an Airport station on Wilkinson, transferring to Silver Line, traveling to 11th Street in Uptown, then walking to 9th Street to transfer to Blue Line, then traveling to CTC/Arena, 3rd St/Convention or Brooklyn Village stations, then still walking an extra block to Tryon, compared to a single-seat, direct ride from the airport terminal curb to College St. Now also imagine waiting on that less convenient Silver Line to be built an extra decade into the future as the second phase of a rail project not even funded yet for its first phase out to Matthews.
    3 points
  23. Important information regarding the North to South pulse expansion: GRTC planning long-range expansion of bus rapid transit line through northern Henrico - The Henrico Citizen
    3 points
  24. Thanks, Coupe, for taking and posting this cool perspective of Hull Street. It's mind boggling, really, to consider - this ain't our grandparent's Manchester (or Richmond!) anymore!
    3 points
  25. I was at Office Depot at South and Kingston and crane booms were clearly in vane mode. Here and 110 East. They slowly moved left and right a bit but they were all angled in the same direction respecting wind direction.
    3 points
  26. This one is really starting to look good. Now if only we could get about 10 more of these to pop up in Monroe Ward!
    3 points
  27. This project is making great progress! Courtesy of Ryan Ramsey of Richmond City Watch: Bakery Lofts photo update. Courtesy of Ryan Ramsey of Richmond City Watch:
    3 points
  28. This is a great project -- IF ONLY because it helps to close the gap between Uptown and SouthEnd.
    3 points
  29. Atlantic City, New Jersey: a 140 acre, $3 billion mixed-use plan has been announced for the former Bader Field Airport to be built in 5 phases over 12 years. It will feature 10,000 residential. units, 400,000 sq. ft. of retail/office, a marina, and 20 acres of public amenity space (courtesy of YIMBY Philadelphia):
    3 points
  30. There are 5 story buildings in Lower Manhattan.
    2 points
  31. There are a LOT of really talented folks who post amazing drone photography and video recordings of our fair city on RVA/Reddit. It's a not-so-subtle reminder of just how VERY photogenic a city Richmond really is. She is absolutely drop-dead gorgeous! When I look at downtown and the fog - I can't help but fast-forward my brain a couple of years - (2024 particularly) when we can imagine the top of the CoStar Tower poking out from the fog along with it's older nearby siblings such as the Dominion Tower, the Fed, Truist, Monroe... among others.
    2 points
  32. Okay - got the answer to that question - the VCU tech building crane is a full boom/tower and not a mini. SWEEEEEEEEET!!! Photo courtesy of Ryan Ramsey of Richmond City Watch/Facebook page
    2 points
  33. @I miss RVA - there were a few other construction photos Ryan Ramsey had on his Richmond City Watch Facebook page that I could not "place" in my head what projects they were, but please go there and check it out. Perhaps you will find photos that you recognize more so than I do. When you do, post them here on this forum. There are quite a few!
    2 points
  34. Thank you, kind sir! I keep forgetting to check his page out to get the latest updates. He has a lot of good stuff on there. OKAY - this is good. So our VERY unofficial count is FIVE cranes up over the city - 4 tower (boom) cranes and 1 mini-tower crane. Definitely can't wait for more to start popping up with the new projects either coming on line or still in the pipeline. It'll be a few months before we see CoStar cranes - but maybe Bakery Lofts will have something in the meantime (if they don't use a crawler like they did for the Icon) - and maybe one of the newer developments coming on line in lower Manchester will pop a crane up as well. Now if ONLY we could get that Project Formerly Known as The Admiral to bloody well break ground. It's been long enough now. Time to get this one going. SAY - the new crane at the VCU tech building on Broad -- that's a full boom or a mini? I don't think we've seen a picture of it in its completed form.
    2 points
  35. I'm still blown away by the practically of it all - I used to live at Riverwind Apartments, and would often walk to the old Spartan High. I actually liked it, but if I would have had this sort of trail back then, I would have used it basically every day! The interconnectivity of all these various parts of the city is what has me the most excited about the Dan. Hopefully, it will created an even more integrated sense of community. Kudos to PAL and the rest of the gang for figuring out ways to constantly improve on the system.
    2 points
  36. Here is a similar angle today: I am looking forward to this nice alley way when it’s done!
    2 points
  37. I figured my most recent photo in this thread should be of Charlotte and not Nashville. [emoji1]
    2 points
  38. One more floor left until the start of the office portion.
    2 points
  39. For those of you that post-date the Ascot Inn's existence, it was on the lot between Midnight Diner's old location and Uptown Cabaret. Ascot Inn to meet wrecking ball - Charlotte Business Journal (bizjournals.com)
    2 points
  40. Sadly, nowhere else in town to get a vibrating heart-shaped bed beside a jacuzzi.
    2 points
  41. This is leasing plan. This Level 1 space is located between the main entrance and the Gantt Museum. The Level B1 space is fronting church between the two parking ingress/egress passages, so basically right in the middle of the Church St facade.
    2 points
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