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  1. Insta: @mattshdr Awesome view!
    27 points
  2. …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.
    25 points
  3. 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:
    17 points
  4. Here’s a few pics from the clearance test today
    14 points
  5. 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
    14 points
  6. 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:
    12 points
  7. Miscellaneous shots from Uptown and Southend today. Small Business Saturday was busy in Southend. Check out Camden Ave all closed off lots and lots of people. House from the upcoming Feb. UP walking tour : "Hidden History of Uptown Charlotte What Is (still standing)"
    12 points
  8. AEG Residential (34 and 35 stories) update: Up to 5th level of underground garage on east end. Looking SE from intersection of 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:
    11 points
  9. Today this morning from Facebook BNA. Views from above our Satellite Concourse. We’re making progress every day! #FlyNashville
    11 points
  10. 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.
    11 points
  11. Grundy St. at 12th Ave. North being prepped for asphalt over the massive infrastructure dig/installation underneath. Looking east from Grundy St., 1/1 block east of George L. Davis Blvd:
    11 points
  12. the glass jewel box is slowly getting completed around the Carolina Theater. Last photo is the Dunhill Hotel a stop of the upcoming Feb. walking tour of Historical Uptown Charlotte (not an oxymoron)
    11 points
  13. Still waiting on official word of the stores coming to the shopping center that's planned for the SE corner of Willow Ave & I-40 (Exit 286). From what I've heard, they were hoping to announce the tenants in October but at least one of them (Target) is still trying to tie up some loose ends. Here's a drawing of what's planned but without any store names. The only ones I've heard that are definitely coming are Target and Dick's Sporting Goods but I hope to hear more next week. Supposedly, Home Depot has backed out (inexplicably) as has Costco (not surprising--Cookeville is way too small to support a Sam's Club and a Costco). Lots of denser residential development is taking place in town. In addition to the housing units coming downtown (discussed a few posts above) there are more that have just been announced. I'm not including anything less than 10 units as those are harder to keep up with there are so many. It's amazing how many of townhouses they can squeeze onto just a sliver of land. 13 homes on an .08-acre lot on Lone Oak Drive just off Willow and next another townhouse development that's wrapping up: 26 homes on 4.62 acres at the Hwy 111/I-40 onramp. 66 homes on 7 acres adjacent to Hwy 111: 60 homes on 6 acres on 10th Street. Downtown, some storage units have been torn down to make way for a parking lot. Normally, a new parking lot is not something to be celebrated, but in downtown Cookeville's case it is sorely needed. The on-street parking along Cedar is going to be removed to make way for bike lanes. So the city bought the adjacent storage units, tore them down and replaced them with a parking lot to make up for the lost on-street parking. The before/after pics: And around the corner an upscale pizzeria/wine bar/rooftop bar is going up where there used to be a printing business. This part of downtown ("The WestSide") has become quite a hotspot for foodies with around 20 excellent restaurants and watering holes within easy walking distance of each other.
    11 points
  14. 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:
    10 points
  15. I hate to say this but I'd love to think most of us don't give a rats tail about Nashville or any other city while on this forum. When will Charlotte just be Charlotte, and stop aspiring to be other cities?
    10 points
  16. Stiles 110 East tower rising. Today. 23 floors may in the near future seem short LOL https://www.110east.com/#s-gallery
    10 points
  17. 10 points
  18. 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):
    10 points
  19. Wednesday sunset photo from Two Rivers Park featuring a skyline peek.
    10 points
  20. Interesting Lincoln Harris is finally marketing this tower they got rezoning for a few years back. This is directly behind their Capitol Towers project. from their webpage https://www.lincolnharris.com/properties/5954-carnegie/ 300,000 SF office / ground floor retail 10 stories Available late 2024 Remarkable views of Uptown Expansive balcony on penthouse floor Sky terraces on upper floors Glass facade Structured parking with direct access into building Premier location providing direct access to Charlotte’s most upscale neighborhoods
    10 points
  21. New sign on the rail trail…
    9 points
  22. Up to 11th floor on west side. Looking east from Church Street Viaduct, 1/2 block east of Upper 10th Ave. North: Looking SE from intersection of 9th Ave. North and Church St: Looking NE from 9th Ave. North, 1/8 block south of Church St: Looking NW from Rosa L. Parks Blvd., 1/8 block south of Church St: Looking south from Ben West Library Bldg:
    9 points
  23. 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
    9 points
  24. 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:
    9 points
  25. 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.
    9 points
  26. 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.
    9 points
  27. Walked into the new Independence Center where Crescent has done the ground floor retail spaces. Looks good. I hear most is leased. Miscellaneous uptown photos. Parking lot photo by the LYNX tracks is owned by NC RR where an expansion of the Hilton hotel could go and provide uptown with the elusive 1000 room hotel adding to their existing 400 rooms then already have. That is their ballroom going over the tracks too.
    9 points
  28. 9 points
  29. Apartment tower pilings being done now for the footers. Once these go in then vertical construction can begin on this 24 story stair case stepped tower. what it will be:
    9 points
  30. Happy Thanksgiving to all my fellow Nashville U.P.'ers! We have much to be thankful for in the continued skyrocketing development in and around Music City. And I'm thankful to share in it with so many knowledgable fellow enthusiasts. : ) For TBT, here's a fun last from the past at the expense of our friends in Cincy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGFtV6-ALoQ&t=14s
    9 points
  31. Pinecrest/Parc View update as of a couple days ago. Courtesy of Ryan Ramsey of Richmond City Watch:
    8 points
  32. Saw this Moxy site for the first time today. Boy is something needed in this area and also the first shots I have taken of the relocated Midnight Diner on the same block with some closeups.
    8 points
  33. Don't even get me started..... also when is the Library coming down as vagrants have taken over the backside of it. It would be nice to have a sign somewhere showing what is to come. If I was a tourist I would not know anything other than a huge abandoned building. Thank goodness Lennar Multifamily delivered the Ellis and that hotel is being built there. I will say it again Mr Levine could be hero if he used the mass vacant land for a community garden while we wait for development. Imagine people growing food on this land and feeding the homeless and providing a place in these high inflation times for uptown residents to grow their own food. No other city around in NC has this much open vacant land in their downtown.
    8 points
  34. Miami's renderings for Lofty Brickell, 42 stories, 574', 364 units (courtesy of YIMBY Florida):
    8 points
  35. Livability.com feature entitled "Alive and Kicking: Inside Nashville SC's new soccer stadium." https://livability.com/tn/nashville/experiences-adventures/alive-kicking-inside-nashville-scs-new-soccer-stadium/
    8 points
  36. 8 points
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