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  1. ^ So would implosion. That building is such an eyesore.
  2. ^ Is that unsightly, nearly blank wall facing the river going to be covered by the Joseph?
  3. I think 505 is forgettable in general, especially looking at it straight on from one of the "wide" sides. It looks ok from some angles at sunrise and sunset. Other than that, its height is really the only thing it's got going for it.
  4. How soon do you think we'll see a rendering (or at least a concept)?
  5. ^ I'm interested to see how they're going to handle the entrances to those storefronts given their height above the sidewalk.
  6. That's a shame. Both of those would have been great attractions for families/under 21 crowd (which can be hard to entertain in this town...especially when the weather is bad).
  7. ^ Can we just have some natural space that isn't occupied by development? I like the hills as they are...
  8. ^ I was just wondering about that the other day. I still don't know how that's going to work (a grocery store...at that intersection...in that lot), but it will be nice to have a Publix within walking distance.
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    Greer Stadium site redevelopment

    I am all for this...we need more green space. Kudos to all who made this happen.
  10. ^ If they can be incorporated into these urban projects, I'd like them to stick around in some form. As I said earlier in this thread, sometimes I want Taco Bell over an overpriced street taco.
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    Nashville Bits and Pieces

    She may no longer be the leader, but the investigations are still ongoing: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2018/03/06/tbi-affair-investigation-active-and-ongoing.html
  12. If Memphis can bring its carousel back to life, so can Nashville: https://www.coaster101.com/2017/12/09/former-libertyland-1923-dentzel-carousel-reopens-memphis/
  13. That smoke stack is the most historical thing in this picture.