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Salbato

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  1. Two base jumpers leap from the top of Grand Hyatt Hotel. https://www.wsmv.com/news/two-base-jumpers-leap-from-the-top-of-grand-hyatt-downtown/article_94f09b66-4d07-11eb-85fe-43e24a59ec41.html
  2. I've been going there for years just for the view of downtown. It's definitely not well taken care of. They have sheep/goats fenced off in different sections to eat the grass and brush. They are not doing much better than just having someone mow it. The boardwalk had multiple holes in it. I actually went in the visitor's center yesterday and it's nice. Metro needs to take better care of the place.
  3. I was looking at SP and MidTenn1 posted about Amazon bringing additional 5k jobs on top of the 5k that's already planned. Does anyone have more information about this? Here is the site they are referring to and a quote https://www.tnledger.com/editorial/Article.aspx?id=122710 "This is going to become even more critical and even higher priority when the headquarters for Asurion is completed in 2021. That will add 2,500 workers, and the headquarters for Amazon will add another 5,000 workers. And it's rumored that there'll be another 5,000 Amazon workers in short order. “And so, the challenges of downtown are real and need to be addressed, and it's going to become even more urgent in 2021 and 2022. MidTenn1 post... at http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=117104&page=181 There are too many hints at this news from several sources that can't be dismissed. So here it is (still not officially announced).It has been strongly suggested that Amazon is planning to bring in an additional 5,000 employees to Nashville in addition to it's original 5,000 employee committment. It is publicly reported that they have already reserved first options on space in two planned towers adjacent to the current two that are under construction. Here is a link to one of the sources...the money quote is about halfway down.
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