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  1. Looking NW from top of garage at 17th Ave. South and Division St:
  2. Walden Woods (4 stories, 150 units) update. Complete and open. Looking east from Woodard Ave: Looking south along Woodard Ave: Looking SE from Woodard Ave: Looking south along Parris Ave: Looking NE from Parris Ave:
  3. Lot is all scraped clean now. Looking south from Elm Street, 1/2 block west of 2nd Ave. South:
  4. Repurposed/revitalized historical buildings in Nashville

    Fanny's house of Music is the tenant at the one time home at 1101 Holly St. in East Nashville, The 2 story, 1,833 sq. ft. home was built in 1910.
  5. Project Thread/New Construction/Photo du jour/Const. CAMs

    Downtown from top level of garage at 17th Ave. South and Division:
  6. Hard Rock Hotel/ One World Hotel/40 stories/ 500 million

    This is officially dead in the water according to NBJ today. Now: The Disney-led group had been under contract to buy the land for $20 million, according to an investor presentation obtained by the Nashville Business Journal. That contract lapsed in December 2016, before our original story ran. In the months that followed, the Disneys did not execute their envisioned deal. A message to Disney was not returned. Next: Frank May, the Nashville investor who owns the 1.2-acre property at 133 Korean Veterans Blvd., has newly listed the site for sale. The asking price is now up to $23 million, said his broker, Stuart Wiston. “We’ve got several people talking to us at various stages of interest. Nothing is signed at this point,” Wiston said. He said the property could be split into two pieces, each fronting Korean Veterans Boulevard. Doing so would enable separate buyers to both take advantage of the 30-story building height automatically allowed under Metro zoning.
  7. MSA South - Williamson & Rutherford Counties

    Chartwell Hospitality works through details of multi-level development that would extend Main Street’s draw. At a Franklin historic design review meeting on Feb. 19, committee members discussed the architectural features and materials for a proposed multi-level, mixed-use project at 99 Main Street across from from Puckett’s Boat House. The development would house a combination of office space, retail shops, and a restaurant with a 100-seat rooftop patio.
  8. Project Thread/New Construction/Photo du jour/Const. CAMs

    ^ ^ ^ Eventually that will become HCA's Sarah Cannon Research Institute. Renderings have shown it to be 10-12 stories. More ongoing info, renderings, and current photos can be found in the Capitol View thread.
  9. Atlas Germantown (5 stories, 95 units, restaurant) has named Elmington Capital Group to manage the building.
  10. Project Thread/New Construction/Photo du jour/Const. CAMs

    TBT: Looking east over SoBro, 2008. There are at least 21 new things that have been built in this shot over the past decade, and 42 buildings gone, with 95% them being 1 story, nondescript warehouse/low-level manufacturing structures (courtesy of Phoenix Aerial).
  11. Citadel Self Storage ( 5 stories) update. Nearly complete. Looking SE from Fesslers Lane overpass of I-24/40: Looking NE from Fesslers Lane, 1/2 block north of Elm Hill Pike:
  12. CBD/SoBro/RutledgeHill/Rolling Mill Hill Projects

    Moxy Hotel Downtown (5 stories, 161 rooms, 2 restaurants) update. Looking SW from Broadway at intersection with 2nd Ave:
  13. Crane fully built now. Not sure why they have it at the height of a 20 story building, though. Looking south from 4th floor of the parking garage at 17th Ave. South and Division St:
  14. McKissak Park/City Heights area 2.5 acre parcel including 2501 Clifton Ave. is receiving a zoning change that will allow for a mixed-use development. Plans for the site will be announced in the coming weeks, according to the firm. The Tennessean previously reported the site could include residential, office, retail and restaurant space. Brothers Joe and James Bell have owned the site for more than 40 years. It includes the location of truck repair shop Bell's Automotive & Diesel Sales. Inc.