ZestyEd

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  1. Oh man this reminds me of the American Dream mall in NJ! Great way to showcase Nashville river front.
  2. More info on the AIG relocation and what they are looking for. http://www.dallasnews.com/business/real-estate/2017/02/01/insurance-giant-aig-eyes-dallas-area-office-atlanta-favored-deal
  3. Well, I guess there is some validity to AIG interests as the previous CEO stated "He's warned employees against buying New York-area homes as he mulls shifting jobs to less expensive locations". http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20130802/REAL_ESTATE/130809972/aig-to-move-headquarters-to-water-street
  4. That's not far fetched. Nashville did host the 15th annual Grammy awards in 1973 at the Tennessee theater!
  5. Nashville’s challenge: How to be a mythical place that moonlights as an ordinary city https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/act-four/wp/2017/02/07/nashvilles-challenge-how-to-be-a-mythical-place-that-moonlights-as-an-ordinary-city/?postshare=4981486489518172&tid=ss_tw&utm_term=.6fab7e34759f
  6. This is very similar to what Boston is currently doing with their Seaport District. It was a dingy industrial area in South Boston which has transformed into a vibrant Live, Work and Play development on Boston Harbor. Boston has a master plan very much like this project and has taken them years to get to where they are now with more to develop. So I don't feel this will be ambitious for Nashville has long as we understand this will be a 20+ year project. Not many major cities in the South have a river that runs through it with prime undeveloped land! ttp://www.bostonmagazine.com/2012/07/rise-seaport-district-boston/
  7. Can always convert that garage to something like this! https://www.citylab.com/amp/article/366357
  8. Taken December 14th
  9. Is it a possibility to still build NCCII? Looks like a parking garage is located where it would be.
  10. Nipper Stadium where University Of Cincinnati and USL FC Cincinnati play was just renovated from 35,000 to 40,000. The only problem I see MSL having is that most stadiums are around 20,000 or less. But if Vandy can pull it off they can have something nicer than Nipper that can meet MLS requirements.
  11. Taken earlier today
  12. Past Superbowl host capacity. Tampa Bay : 65,890 Miami : 65,326 Houston : 71,700 Indianapolis : 70,000 Arizona 63,400 (expandable to 72,200) Up coming Superbowl locations Minnesota : 66,655 Atlanta : 71,000 (expandable for SB to 75,000)
  13. So increasing from 18% to 24% in 6 weeks is roughly renting 4 units a week. If they maintain this pace it will be fully rented out in about 1 year and a half from now.
  14. I was told that Bridgestone forgot about 400 employees when consolidating their Indian offices and I think St Louis office to Nashville. So now they have to rent office space out in Antioch for their IT department.
  15. FYI. Populous (formerly HOK Sports Venue Event) was the Architect company for Nissan Stadium. I have listed below the other football stadiums they have designed and I have been to Gillette and it is a spitting replica of Nissan Stadium minus the Light house/bridge Gillette has. Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida – Miami Dolphins; University of Miami football; Orange Bowl; Super Bowl XXIII, XXIX, XXXVI, XLI and XLIV (1987) EverBank Field – Jacksonville Jaguars; Gator Bowl; Georgia vs. Florida football game; Super Bowl XXXIX (1995) Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina – Carolina Panthers; Meineke Car Care Bowl (1996) Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida – Tampa Bay Buccaneers; University of South Florida football; Outback Bowl; Super Bowl XXXV and XLIII (1996) FedExField, Landover, Maryland – Washington Redskins (1997) M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland – Baltimore Ravens (1998) Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee – Tennessee Titans; Music City Bowl (1999) FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio – Cleveland Browns (1999) Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Pittsburgh Steelers; University of Pittsburgh football (2001) Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts – New England Patriots (2002)[23] NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas – Houston Texans; Texas Bowl; Super Bowl XXXVIII (2002) University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona – Arizona Cardinals; Fiesta Bowl; Super Bowl XLII (2006) TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota – University of Minnesota Football (2009) McLane Stadium, Waco, Texas – Baylor University Football (2012) Kyle Field (redevelopment plan), College Station, Texas – Texas A&M Aggies football (2012)[24] Ralph Wilson Stadium (renovation), Orchard Park, New York – Buffalo Bills (2014)