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  1. 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!
    42 points
  2. 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 & ze
    40 points
  3. Got a picture of possible the most gorgeous sunrise yesterday morning!
    38 points
  4. 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 th
    37 points
  5. 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 funct
    37 points
  6. 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!
    36 points
  7. 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
    35 points
  8. Got to go up in the plane last week! 1. Stonewall's growth is absolutely insane 2. when can we change Southend's name to downtown?
    34 points
  9. Former ATLien here. (Also, this is my first post on UP after lurking for more than a year). I lived in Atlanta my entire life. I spent the past 3 years living in both Midtown and along the Beltline in Inman Park—two of the most walkable areas in Atlanta. In November 2020, I moved to Charlotte for work. I can confidently say that Charlotte's urban footprint outpaces that of Atlanta. I currently live in South End, and this is the first time in my life that I can walk to the grocery store. Now that I'm working from home, I don't even touch my car from Monday through Friday. Everything can b
    33 points
  10. Lowe's tower under one of the epic sunsets I've seen!
    32 points
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  12. Pinnacle Financial Partners will be moving their HQ from the 2nd Ave. South tower to a new 34 story (approx. 575 ft.), 650,000 sq. ft., office/28,000 sq. ft. retail space in Nashville Yards. The new structure will have a trapezoidal shape. Groundbreaking should be the 4th quarter of this year. As the anchor tenant Pinnacle will take up about 95,000 sq. ft. of the structure initially and get the signage rights. There will also be an additional 10,000 sq. ft. bank branch somewhere in Nashville Yards (not sure if it will be in this building or not). More behind the Nashville Post pay
    31 points
  13. 2nd & Peabody will be a two tower complex (one at 38 stories/618 ft. with a hotel and office space; the other at 33 stories/456 ft. featuring additional hotel and residential) on the 2.2 acre full block at 507 2nd Ave. South and 203 Peabody St. There will be street level retail in both structures, and at least 6 levels of underground parking beneath the whole block. At 618 feet, the first tower would become the tallest building in Nashville as well as Tennessee. Congress Group will be the developer, buying the land at a currently undisclosed price from Mark Bloom/Larry Patel, who ha
    30 points
  14. I have it on good authority that all three hotels that are currently stalled in construction phase will restart by fall/winter. This includes Intercontinental, Homewood Suites and a new flag at Stonewall Station. No word on Moxy.
    30 points
  15. The curved, 45 story, 610' aluminum and glass 800 Lea (working name) will be the latest addition in Tony Giarratana's family of residential towers. It will hug the west side of the Music City Center Roundabout at the confluence of 8th Ave. South, Korean Veterans Blvd, and Lafayette St. It appears there will be about 120 luxury condos, and a 60 capacity underground garage (3 levels). Goettsch Partners is thee architect; Barge Design is handling land planning and engineering. They will go before the MDHA Design Review Committee on Tuesday to seek approval for the exterior form and functio
    30 points
  16. Some new renderings, diagrams, and details: - 129 units - Wall of windows on ground floor will act as a changing art installation utilizing digital display system - 2nd & 3rd levels will be for amenities - The 3 units per floor will range from 2,100 sq. ft. to 3,300 sq. ft. - On the curved side several balcony designs are still being considered that could add more texture to the massive curvature - Some of the exterior finishes proposed on the front of the building include: 1) Aluminum & Glass wall systems; 2) Glass guardrails; 3) Coated concrete; 4) Me
    30 points
  17. I was in Nashville visiting my mom for Mother's Day weekend and I just want to say, reading all the posts about Nashville development doesn't really hit you the same way as seeing it in person. My last visit was in September of 2019. This visit left me stunned. I wish I could have taken pictures but it's difficult to do when you're driving and others are in the car with you. We drove around several areas of town and at times I didn't know if I was still in Nashville. Even my partner who rarely comments on skylines and buildings was amazed. The most amazing view was heading east on West E
    30 points
  18. Looking south from Fern Ave. overpass of I-65/24:
    30 points
  19. Implementing input from community groups and Metro Planning Dept., Congress Group has made some changes to the 2nd & Peabody development: - One building will now be 36 story residential at 433' with a kite-shaped base. No word on how many units. - The second building will now by 32 story residential at 375', also with a kite-shaped base. No word on how many units. - A third structure will be added: an 18 story hotel at 234' of unknown brand. - The ground levels of each structure will still offer retail/restaurant space. - The public space will be expanded to 59,0
    29 points
  20. I am humbled that NashvilleNowNext did a feature on my photo work here at Urban Planet Nashville. https://nashvillenownext.com/2021/04/02/the-hollingsworth-reel-vol-1-highlighting-the-work-of-nashvilles-mark-hollingsworth/
    29 points
  21. Businesses should not expect workers to WFH forever. My wife finds it isolating and less productive/efficient for team work. If businesses want to save money by reducing office space, they should pay their workers more. I’m a realtor and you would not believe the WFH setups I see in homes that don’t have dedicated offices. Not fair to expect the average worker to have dedicated space, or be able to afford dedicated space in their home. Not to mention the mental health of having work in the same space that is supposed to be a sanctuary. It’s hard to escape your job’s stress when your office is
    29 points
  22. These showed up on my Facebook this morning. I don't remember having seen these before on our forum. They were shot by a fellow called the Drone Guy this summer. I think he is from Ohio and shoots cities all round the country. These are really good IMO. Anyone remember them?
    29 points
  23. The Lord & Liberty Hotel at 627 2nd Ave. South has released images and diagrams for the repurposing of the 1895-era Geddes Engine Company # 6 Fire House and a new 9 story addition that will be 115 feet tall. From the diagrams, it appears there will be about 80 rooms, along with a restaurant, bar, and meeting rooms. L & L Nashville LLC is the developer and other involved are Blur Workshop (architecture), Hawkins Partners (landscape architecture), Thomas & Hutton (engineering). They will go before Metro Planning Commission's Downtown Code design review committee on Sept 10th to r
    29 points
  24. I tried and I tried but I cant remember the topic name for The Line on here.... I feel like an idiot, but at least I come bearing pictures!
    28 points
  25. Gulch Central will be the name of the next development within the Highwoods Properties' North Gulch Gateway. It will have three structures: - 41 story, 350 unit residential tower at 1100 Broadway. - 28 story, 750,000 sq. ft. office tower that will have an 1100 Broadway address. -6 story mixed-use structure with 170,000 sq. ft. of primarily office space at 1010 Broadway There will also be 42,000 sq. ft. of retail between the three buildings, as well as green space and connective outdoor stairways. Hastings Architecture is in charge of design. When combined with t
    28 points
  26. A follow up to my favorite picture from Monday during tonight’s snow:
    28 points
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  28. Lowe's is looking great these days, but I can not wait for all the other new towers to get started in southend. They're going to be great when I just feel like launching the drone from my rooftop instead of driving uptown!
    27 points
  29. And.....under the sunset last night. Sorry for spamming!
    27 points
  30. Storms over Charlotte today!
    27 points
  31. A few pictures from the past week!
    27 points
  32. Looking west from 4th Avenue at the future Church Street buildings...includes the 'Prime', the 'Alcove', '1001 Church', 'Amazon Phase1', and the Gibson (1111 Church). I think the original photo came from a frequent poster on this site, but I don't have a record of who it was.
    27 points
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  34. Skyline from Last night! Can't wait until Truist is lit up full time
    27 points
  35. "WOW! That's a hotel? Is that a 5-star hotel?", says my son as we drive up Broadway. Pictures don't do this one justice. This is very impressive while driving up Broadway at night
    27 points
  36. A new rendering that includes both 900 Church and 801 Church has been released by Tony Giarratana. Since it includes each tower, I am posting on both threads. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21142935/image-released-for-two-giarratana-towers Looking east along Church Street Viaduct:
    27 points



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