nashvylle

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  1. Project Thread/New Construction/Photo du jour/Const. CAMs

    Awesome- thank you for sharing.
  2. Soccer in Nashville

    from Flatrocks article, which had a link to the motion filed by metro- THIS MOTION IS EXPECTED TO BE HEARD ON THE 15TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 2017, AT 9:00 A.M. FAILURE TO FILE A TIMELY WRITTEN RESPONSE TO THIS MOTION MAY RESULT IN THE SAME BEING GRANTED WITHOUT FURTHER HEARING BY THE COURT. If you read the Metro motion, I think there is a compelling case on several reason to dismiss... but I am not a judge and I, unfortunately not a MLS judge.
  3. Project Thread/New Construction/Photo du jour/Const. CAMs

    Can we make it a requirement that whenever ESPN, CBS, Fox, NHL Network, or NBC Sports shows a Nashville panorama, they use the attached viewpoint, and not the angle from 1st Ave, which makes downtown Nashville look like it is 3 buildings?
  4. Federal Courthouse

    which is more expensive, implosion or piece by piece?
  5. Project Thread/New Construction/Photo du jour/Const. CAMs

    Beautiful pics, but reminds me of how many parking lots are still remaining in Nashville.
  6. Soccer in Nashville

    The plaintiffs are not trying to move, they have stated they are trying to stop the MLS development on The Fairgrounds. The way they are trying to do that is prove the MLS proposal violates the city and state charter, therefore a judge would stop anything from happening.
  7. Soccer in Nashville

    Does anyone think a judge could suddenly halt everything approved?
  8. Soccer in Nashville

    “Save Our Fairgrounds” has filed a lawsuit against metro Nashville for giving up the 10 acres of land for the soccer development. Does this lawsuit have any merit? If not, do you think MLS will realize it's just a last minute effort of derailment? http://www.wsmv.com/story/36956611/group-files-lawsuit-to-stop-soccer-stadium-at-fairgrounds http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/2017/11/29/mls-soccer-nashville-stadium-expansion-team-lawsuit/907120001/ Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I am surprised River North was not considered as well.
  10. Soccer in Nashville

    I never read once that it was just for December announcement. I could be wrong though.
  11. Soccer in Nashville

    Four finalist cities named for next two MLS expansion teams https://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2017/11/29/four-finalist-cities-named-next-two-mls-expansion-teams?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=news&utm_campaign=unpaid Praying for Nashville
  12. Soccer in Nashville

    Where did you see that? I thought stadium does not happen if we aren't selected for any of the 4 expansion spots.
  13. W Hotel, 16 stories, 350 rooms

    Gonna need pictures to prove that.
  14. Soccer in Nashville

    Cincinnati council passes $37 MM in funding for soccer stadium. https://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/politics/2017/11/27/how-cincinnati-city-council-vote-fc-cincinnati-soccer-stadium-deal-find-out-today/892934001/ A few points- 1. The team has said it needed $70-$75 MM for infrastructure. $37 MM from the city + $15 MM from the county = $52 MM. FC Cincinnati owners state they are not sure what the actual infrastructure costs are, and will go back to the drawing board with the city if it's higher. Will MLS care they have a potential gap? No one in the city administration nor FC Cincinnati president and CEO Jeff Berding, a former city council member, could come up with an answer for council members who wanted to know how the $23 million gap between what FC Cincinnati wants for infrastructure and what city and county government is giving will be filled. "There is a level of uncertainty about where the money will come from," Berding says http://www.citybeat.com/news/blog/20983957/as-stadium-deal-moves-forward-in-council-questions-remain 2. It is unclear if this funding is for anywhere in Cincinnati, or just for Oakley. The stadium location in Oakley is 8 miles away from downtown Cincinnati... Hopefully the potential uncertainty on the stadium location (and distance from downtown) will favor Nashville. 5 things we still don't know about FC Cincy stadium deal https://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2017/11/27/5-things-we-still-dont-know-fc-cincinnati-stadium-deal/899407001/