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  1. Sneak Peek of Bridgestone Americas 77,000 square-foot center is in a remodeled portion of the former Sears anchor store space at the former Hickory Hollow Mall, which was rebranded as Global Mall at the Crossings. It houses 450 employees and contractors of the global tire and rubber company in financial shared services, information technology and customer support. Story features 12 pic slide show. http://www.tennessean.com/story/money/real-estate/2017/06/27/bridgestone-americas-officially-opens-antioch-heres-first-look-their-operations-center/431024001/
  2. Nathan: If you're still in town Saturday morning, you'll need to join us for our Monthly U.P. Nashville Meet-Up at 10 AM at The Perch (300 James Robertson Parkway, at NW corner of James Robertson Parkway and Third Ave. North, 615-647-7255). : )
  3. Excavation and grading complete. Looking south from 21st Ave. North 1/2 block south of Church Street:
  4. Division Street Connector progressing. Looking east along the southern side at CSX tracks overpass: Looking NE at CSX tracks overpass: Looking west from CSX tracks overpass: Looking east along the northern side at CSX tracks overpass:
  5. The museum is now fully topped-out. Looking north along Rosa Parks Blvd. near intersection with Locklayer Street: Looking SE from intersection of Rosa Parks Blvd. and Jefferson Street: Looking south from intersection of 7th Ave. North and Jefferson Street: Looking NW from 7th Ave. North just south of Carillon Circle:
  6. Merchants Bank Building was built in 1892 at 401 Broadway, and has been home to one of Nashville's best downtown restaurants for the past couple of decades. The three story edifice has 17,712 square feet of space.
  7. Looking east along Broadway above the intersection with 8th Avenue (courtesy of Jerry & Brooke Quinn):
  8. Nashville’s status as a battleground for the live music industry amped up last week with news that AEG plans to open two new downtown music venues as part of the impending Nashville Yards development in the coming years. AEG announced a 4,000-seat theater and a 600-person club for the Nashville Yards project where the massive LifeWay office complex has stood near 10th Avenue and Broadway. When looked at together these two venues could help Music City book new artists and extend the Lower Broadway entertainment district. http://www.tennessean.com/story/money/industries/music/2017/06/27/aeg-venues-create-competition-over-live-music-nashville/428756001/
  9. The 1.18-acre Exxon gas station/convenience store property on Broadway across from The Tennessean building has been put up for sale as a redevelopment opportunity. Up to 28-story structure allowed on property across from The Tennessean, which one land broker said could be worth between $300 to $350 a square foot. Commercial real estate firm CBRE is handling listing of the Gulch area site at 1111 Broadway, which is within the path of development. http://www.tennessean.com/story/money/real-estate/2017/06/27/nashvilles-broadway-exxon-site-listed-sale-redevelopment-play/430518001/
  10. Construction is expected to start by early fall on a 26-unit townhome development called WestVue on a 1.59-acre site at the corner of West Trinity and Youngs lanes in North Nashville. Choice City Homes LLC is the developer behind the $10 million project, which will include two dozen 1,760-square foot townhomes with prices starting at $369,000. Prices haven't been set for two other units that will be 2,400 and 2,600 square feet in size. http://www.tennessean.com/story/money/real-estate/2017/06/26/26-westvue-townhomes-priced-at-369-000-and-up-planned-north-nashville-site/427586001/
  11. Here is the Tennessean's coverage of the possible lease of BNA. (Not behind any paywall) http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/2017/06/26/mayor-barry-looks-privatizing-nashville-airport-generate-transit-funds/429000001/
  12. From the Nashville Post: Three permits have been issued related to the Silo Bend project in The Nations. The permits carry a collective value $13.76 million and will allow for the construction of three buildings. Southland Constructors is overseeing the work. Silo Bend will have an address of 5500 Centennial Blvd. The Flats at Silo Bend rendering:
  13. Our next Urban Planet Nashville Meet-Up will be this Saturday, July 1st, at 10 AM at The Perch Restaurant (300 James Robertson Parkway at NW corner of JR Pkwy and 3rd Ave. North, 615-647-7255). Great food, coffee, and fellowship for all Nashville development geeks. : )I'll post an agenda of discussion topics later this week.
  14. Looking south from above Germantown (courtesy of Alec Smirts, March, 2017):
  15. Moxy Hotel Hillsboro Village (6 stories, 130 rooms, 47 residential units, retail/restaurant) update. Fencing up and excavation has begun: Looking south from intersection of Belcourt Ave. and 20th Ave. South: Looking east from intersection of Belcourt Ave. and 20th Ave. South: Looking west from near intersection of Belcourt Ave. and 19th Ave. South: