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  1. Fox Restaurants Concepts will bring its 2nd eatery to 5th & Broadway, to be called The Twelve Thirty Club. Renderings show that Fox Restaurants Concepts is taking over the space previously reserved for Swedish fashion giant H&M. The space will also include rooftop access. Their other concept on the site will be Blanco Cocina & Cantina. More at NBJ here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2020/02/25/exclusive-phoenix-restaurateur-bringing-second.html?iana=hpmvp_nsh_news_headline
  2. Franklin looking to ban scooters throughout the city: https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/williamson/franklin/2020/02/25/franklin-tn-scooter-ban-proposal/4857183002/
  3. An unnamed 240 unit apartment complex by SR Residential Partners featuring 8 structures on 17 acres is being planned as part of the Lebanon Marketplace complex along Aviation Way in Lebanon. Groundbreaking in early March, and completion planned for Dec. 2020. More at The Tennessean here: https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/wilson/2020/02/25/240-apartments-off-aviation-way-part-lebanon-marketplace/4861948002/
  4. ^ ^ ^ Brentwood city officials approve $5.2 million purchase of the 52 acre Wilber Sensing Farm to be converted into a city park. More at TheTennessean here: https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/williamson/2020/02/25/brentwood-tn-windy-hill-park-old-smyrna-road/4861889002/
  5. The .42 acre site that includes a 1 story warehouse home to T&S Flooring at 525 Hagan St. in WeHo has sold for $2.75 million to Hines Development out of Houston, their third purchase of land in that neighborhood in last the last few months. The site is directly south of the new Carter Group building. The existing warehouse will most likely be razed, and some sort of mixed-use development will be announced. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/commercial-real-estate/article/21118030/houston-developer-buys-again-in-weho
  6. Nice photo collage of the old Fairgrounds Coliseum, which burned down 50 years ago this week: https://www.tennessean.com/story/life/entertainment/2020/02/25/nashville-history-tennessee-state-fairgrounds-coliseum/4858272002/?utm_source=tennessean-Daily Briefing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=daily_briefing&utm_term=list_article_headline
  7. Most of the glass of the curved courtyard installed. Most of eastern wall stone cladding complete. Looking west from 7th Ave. North, 1/4 block south of Church St: Looking SW from intersection of Church St. and 7th Ave. North: Looking SE from Church St., 1/4 block east of 7th Ave. North: Looking SE from Church St., at intersection with Polk Ave: Looking SE from intersection of Rosa L. Parks Blvd. and Church St: Looking east from Rosa L. Parks Blvd, 1/2 block north of Commerce St: Looking north from Commerce St., 1/2 block west of 7th Ave. North: Looking NW from intersection of Commerce St. and 7th Ave. North:
  8. Amazon One Tower update: Up to 16th floor above Church St., 18th floor above 10th Ave. North. It appears the central stairwell/elevator shaft is topped out. Looking east from Church Street Viaduct where it crosses over 11th Ave. North: Looking SW from intersection of Union St. and 10th Ave. North: Looking north from Broadway Viaduct where it crosses over CSX tracks:
  9. Peabody Plaza (9 stories, 280,000 sq. ft. office space, ground level retail, huge underground garage) update. Glass fully installed. Some trim work/framing to be completed. Looking west from Lea Ave., 1/4 block north of Hermitage Ave: Looking NW from intersection of Hermitage Ave. and Lea Ave: Looking SW from intersection of Lea Ave. and Peabody St: Looking south from Peabody St., 1/4 block east of Hermitage Ave: Looking SE from intersection of Hermitage Ave. and Peabody St:
  10. Hyatt House SoBro (7 stories, 217 rooms) opened this week. Snazzy lobby area. Looking west from intersection of 5th Ave. South and Lea Ave: Looking NW from intersection of 5th Ave. South and Lea Ave: Looking SE from inner parking courtyard: Looking NE from inner parking courtyard: Lobby: Dining area/bar: Hallway at elevators on 7th floor: Amenities:
  11. The conversion of the 6,000 sq. ft. former Piggly Wiggly site at 921 Dickerson Pike into restaurant space is underway, with fencing up. Looking NE from intersection of Dickerson Pike and Cleveland St:
  12. 2123 8th Ave. South covers 2,299 sq. ft. on its 2 floors, and was built in 1935. It is currently home to the Tennessee Chiropractic Association.
  13. Windtree Pines will be a 267 house development on the site of the former Windtree Golf Course in Mount Juliet. More at The Tennessean here: https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/wilson/2020/02/24/windtree-pines-new-homes-mt-juliet-golf-course/4833702002/
  14. This is a massive development taking up 7.16 acres of the 11 acres that the Jim Reed family has owned since 1930. The lot is approximately twice the size of Broadwest and 2/3 the size of Nashville Yards. The developer is unknown, but may involve the Reed family. This info came forth in Water and Sewer Availability documents submitted to Metro Water. Here's what is being planned: -1,500,000 sq. ft. of office space (my guess is 2 towers of 30 stories each) - 800 residential units (my guess is two towers of 30 stories each) - 350 room hotel (my guess around 20 stories) - 150,000 sq. ft. of retail - 1,334 seats worth of restaurant space - Retaining the 1920s-era former brick Coca Cola plant that was turned into the Reed Chevrolet showroom/warehouse (2 stories, 159,000 sq. ft.) in the 70s at the SE corner of Church and 16th Ave. North. Yay! - Not listed, but most assuredly part of the plan would probably be at least 3,000 parking spaces (even larger than the 7 level underground space at Broadwest. My guess is this will be in the $1 billion cost range. More behind the NBJ paywall here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2020/02/24/document-sketches-massive-development-for-broadway.html?iana=hpmvp_nsh_news_headline And behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21117918/multiple-buildings-eyed-for-reed-midtown-site This screen snot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in gray at the center of the frame: This is the 1920s-era Coca Cola Plant was bought by Jim Reed Chevrolet and used as a showroom/warehouse (2 stories, 159,000 sq. ft.) starting in the 70s. It will be repurposed as part of the development):
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