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  1. Coneheads, a restaurant serving fried chicken in waffle cones will open tomorrow at 1315 Dikerson Pike. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/food-business/article/21102795/coneheads-to-open-on-dickerson
  2. NBJ ranks the 50 top traffic congestion hot spots around Nashville: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2019/11/18/ranked-nashvilles-top-congestion-hot-spots.html?iana=hpmvp_nsh_news_headline
  3. Peg Leg Porker will expand with a location in The Nations on the triangular .37 acre property at 4901 Centennial Blvd, directly south across the street from the new Stocking 51 Phase IV expansion. The purchase price was $1.1 million. The last time it sold in 2008, the price was $330,000. There are 2 structures on the lot. More at The Nashville Post here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/food-business/article/21102722/peg-leg-porker-owner-buys-in-the-nations
  4. Progress on the former Katy K's Ranch Dressing (2407 12th Ave. South), which is now being rebuilt as a breakfast/lunch restaurant. Looking NW from 12th AVe. South, 1/4 block south of Caruthers Ave: Looking west from intersection of 12th AVe. South and Caruthers Ave:
  5. Boscabil I (three 4 story buildings, 96 units, part of Envision Cayce) update. Exterior nearly complete. Looking NW from intersection of South 6th St. and Lenore St: Looking south from South 6th St., 1/4 block south of Summer Place: Looking SW from South 6th St., 1/2 block north of Lenore St:
  6. Treaty Oaks, Phase II (22 townhomes) update. Foundations in place. Looking NW from alley north of Morrow Rd., 1 block east of 60th Ave. North:
  7. 2010 Scarritt Place covers 1,550 sq. ft. over its 1 story and was originally built in 1932. Currently it is home to another outlet of Helen's Hot Chicken.
  8. A 1 acre lot made up of 4 parcels at 1805-1811 ChurchSt. is listed for sale at $10.3 million. This is 1 1/2 blocks NW of Broadwest, and 1/2 block east of the Northpoint Hospitality dual-brand hotel that is planned for Church and 19th Ave. North. More behind theNashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21102396/midtown-parcels-listed-for-sale-for-103m The site includes the ProGraphics building in the center of this shot:
  9. A rendering finally released for this 11 story, 351 unit apartment development. Zoning allows for 10 stories at this site, and Dinerstein will request the bonus height from Metro. It will now be known as Aspire in The Gulch. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21102358/image-released-for-planned-gulch-apartment-tower
  10. Welcome to the forum, Luvemtall. : ) Indeed, this site, as well as the adjoining sites (120 2nd Ave. South just to the north; and the 1/2 block site facing 1st Ave. South that has been rumored for a House of Blues concert hall/hotel) could all be combined with the Trail West lot for a substantial site. The HOB proposal was supposedly going to be 4, 8, and 18 stories, and all done in brick to fit in with the historical overlay requirements for that area (no renderings have been available, and the development may be dead). Will be interesting to see how this all unfolds.
  11. A new rendering (looks great with dark cladding and windows) and a few new details. - Apartment tower will be 347 units instead of 355 - Hotel will be 200 rooms instead of 220. Still no brand announced. - Wells Fargo and Synovus Bank issued loans to finance the apartment tower and hotel tower, respectively. - Construction timeline is 2 years. More behind the NBJ paywall here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2019/11/20/bank-loans-fuel-new-broadway-tower-construction.html?iana=hpmvp_nsh_news_headline
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