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  1. Nash_12South

    East Nashville/Inglewood/Madison/Donelson/Hermitage/Old Hickory

    They take no prisoners. Yes, they take pictures, they threaten to call the police. Most just move on, the local restaurant workers will go toe to toe with them. It is rare though, most just don't even try to park there. To their credit, they've slowly condensed the amount of space they take, from the whole of the front of the house to just the space for 2 cars to maneuver. .
  2. Liberty Common, opening December 1.
  3. Nash_12South

    East Nashville/Inglewood/Madison/Donelson/Hermitage/Old Hickory

    Regarding the cones - my neighbor uses them and they are not legal. I've seen the police "in discussions" with them in the past. Few move them, and it is not a pleasant experience for those who do.
  4. If an average office building has 20,000/floor that translates to 50 floors?
  5. Nash_12South

    CBD/SoBro/RutledgeHill/Rolling Mill Hill Projects

    At the right angle, on a gray and rainy day, the building isn't that bad.
  6. Nash_12South

    East Nashville/Inglewood/Madison/Donelson/Hermitage/Old Hickory

    I hope that Public Works does a better job of doing the assessments. In 12 South they twice issued permits without even doing the assessments(surveys). Also, they simply took homeowners word on blocked driveways, rather than checking on the police records. I also want to say the Traffic & Parking Commission appears very anti business in the meetings I've watched. When we moved to 12 South, we understood that parking would be hard and we only looked at homes with alley parking (in our case a garage). So many of my neighbors love living in an "urban neighborhood"...except for the "urban" part.
  7. I agree, but the garage portion of this building took forever to build.
  8. I like the greenery, but I seriously doubt you could ever achieve it - in our climate. I do think its an excellent way to present the building to garner support.
  9. Nash_12South

    The SoBro | 32 stories 345 ft | 3rd & Demonbreun

    It looks nice, if small compared to their other locations. My experience with their Midtown Atlanta location is that it's a tad pricey.
  10. I guess I no foodie - I don't know what half the menus items are......
  11. Have they addressed parking yet? I'm over 50, and even if I lived downtown, I'd want my car close, especially if I'm "rich".
  12. I understand the original reasons, but why not break all of them down? Is it that illogical to want it broken down?
  13. Totally agree. Totally different areas.
  14. Nash_12South

    MSA South - Williamson & Rutherford Counties

    Oman is the family name of the previous property owners, I believe.