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  1. Strategic Hospitality bought the storefront at 2305 12th Ave. South for $955,000 for corporate offices. https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2018/06/19/goldberg-brothers-snap-up-12south-building.html
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    West End/Mid Town/Music Row/Vandy Projects

    The .41 acre site at 2012 West End Ave where a Jack in the Box was until recently, could be the home for a residential project. It has been owned since 2004 by Cleveland Associates LP/Nordman Associates, and they just applied for a metro permit to allow for water and sewer lines under the moniker "West End Residential." More info behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21009902/midtown-site-might-land-residential-project
  3. White Bison Coffee/Twice Daily (2 stories) update. Looking SW from intersection of 12th Ave. South and Montrose Ave:
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    Project Thread/New Construction/Photo du jour/Const. CAMs

    Skyline from north (courtesy of Ken Herron):
  5. Beginning 8th floor. Looking NE from intersection of Chet Atkins Place and 18th Ave. South: Looking south along 18th Ave. South, 1/2 block south of Roy Acuff Place:
  6. The development has now been officially named "1200 Broadway." Starting on 4th floor now. Looking NW from intersection of Broadway and 12th Ave: Looking SW from 12th Ave. North, 1/2 block north of Broadway: Looking NE from near intersection of Broadway and 14th Ave. South:
  7. More interior renderings of National Museum of African American Music which will be a centerpiece of 5th & Broadway:
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    Repurposed/revitalized historical buildings in Nashville

    The Clementine event center is now open in the former West Nashville United Methodist Church at 4710 Charlotte Ave (also covered in this thread on3-17-17, 7-29-17, and 10-7-17). The 8,000 sq. ft. space was originally built in 1945. Nice feature on how restoring the church organ was part of the process: https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/religion/2018/06/16/nashville-venue-breathes-new-life-into-more-than-100-year-old-church-organ/707629002/ The Clementine website: http://www.clementinehall.com/
  9. A permit, valued at about $1.78 million, has been issued to allow for construction of the foundation for what will be a massive residential building, including the tower. More info behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21009842/foundation-work-prepped-for-vu-residential-tower A new rendering released today:
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    The Gulch Projects

    Another rendering for the Gulch Pedestrian Bridge that I don't believe we've seen before:
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    West End/Mid Town/Music Row/Vandy Projects

    National Trust for Historic Preservation has announced that guided walking tours of Music Row will be offered to the public for the first time beginning this month. Slated to begin on June 20, the tours are billed as offering an overview of Music Row’s history and the various artists who have recorded there, providing behind-the-scenes stories from the music industry. A portion of each ticket sold will support a Music Row preservation fund, a newly created entity. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/music-business/article/21009639/music-row-welcomes-guided-walking-tours
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    Nashville Bits and Pieces

    Nashville’s financial market is on the rise, with industry experts forecasting more national banking companies will look to the city for expansion. With AllianceBernstein picking Nashville over Charlotte, it sent a message to that banking-heavy city. "They recognize Nashville now as competition," Nashville wealth manager Stephen Frohsin said of Charlotte. "Maybe 10 years ago they didn’t see us that way. We will be on the short list." As Wall Street firms pursue mergers amid a more relaxed regulatory environment and seek alternatives to the high costs of operating in New York, the wave of relocations is likely to continue, according to John Boyd, principal of the Boyd Co., a site selection company in Princeton, New Jersey. Boyd evaluated 40 large U.S. cities and identified Nashville as having the second lowest costs in the U.S. for financial industry back offices, based on labor, real estate, utilities and taxes. San Francisco had the highest cost at $13.6 million a year, compared with Nashville at $10.3 million. AllianceBernstein's move to Nashville from New York could save the company more than 22 percent, Boyd said. Tennessee also enacted a law this spring cutting taxes for publicly traded investment firms, further bolstering Nashville's appeal. More at The Tennessean here: https://www.tennessean.com/story/money/2018/06/18/nashville-financial-market-banking-alliancebernstein-jpmorgan/653434002/
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    Green Hills/Belle Meade Projects

    More on the grand opening of the 70,000 sq. ft. Restoration Hardware at Green Hills Mall: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2018/06/18/photo-tour-inside-restoration-hardware-new-gallery.html
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    More Accolades for Nashville

    Nashville will be first city in the world with a "mapping video" app designed by local photographer, Nate Vogel, of TripBlazr. It is an interactive video mapping platform that organizes existing YouTube videos, as well as creating its own, for Nashville restaurants, bars, retailers, hospitality entities, tourist attractions, etc. People can click on a location of a map on their smart phone and then a video will appear showing what it is about. The service is free. I think this will become quite popular with our tourist scene in particular. A full interveiw with Nate is behind the paywall at Nashville Post here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/people/article/21009624/mapping-video-content-is-important-for-city-exploration
  15. The sale of the property was completed Friday for $11.5 million. That works out to $238 per sq. ft. The schedule still calls for a 4th quarter 2018 start, and summer 2020 finish. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21009676/gulch-site-eyed-for-boutique-hotel-sells-for-115m