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  1. Kinda weird for a building they did such a good job with design wise to have kitschy hillbilly type themed bars.
  2. No, I think it went through MDHA and I saw renderings somewhere at one point. I think it is located in the corner of the apartment tower.
  3. There won't be any rooftop activation on top of the Apple store. I'm pretty sure the min-roof top music venue will be run by the food hall folks. I think they manage the whole roof.
  4. Yep. He's positioning to get this project out of the Fairgrounds or kill it altogether. He probably would love to keep the old and new sheds for an expanded flea market.
  5. Its a great looking building. While it is a glass box they found a way to make it look interesting.
  6. Based on renderings office should be about level with the apartment tower, right?
  7. Oh just give Nancy Amons time to confirm with her sources. I'm sure her doomsday article is coming.
  8. Does anyone really know the dynamic yet? It hasn't quite been tested so we are in uncharted waters. Cooper thinks he has a complete mandate with the election results. Any Plan B I assume would take several additional years to come together.
  9. Former Councilman Mike Freeman inserted an amendment that puts the team in default of its 99-year ground lease if it fails to play Major League Soccer games in the new stadium "for any single period of 24 consecutive months during the first 30 years of the ground lease." If the team defaults on its lease, the land slated for the development would revert to Metro. The developers are finding because of that banks are not financing the mixed-use component because basically Banks are saying they can't control what the soccer team does and they aren't willing to risk having the project taken away from them if something happens with the soccer team. This screws up the whole economics of the deal. They'll need to go through a brand new council to have it changed.
  10. Well this is scary. Definitely a window for Cooper to try to crush the deal: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2019/10/09/exclusivewhy-another-debate-over-the-mls-stadium.html?iana=hpmvp_nsh_news_headline
  11. I feel like there were some issues with the foundation, like maybe an underground stream or something going on with the soil. I could be entirely misremembering but I do have a feint memory of something like that and that it couldn't take on a larger structure than they put.
  12. I actually thought I heard the opposite, that stadium is not able to take on more capacity / expansion.
  13. I think it should top out pretty close to same height as the resi, right?
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