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  1. Personally, I dig the posts. I also appreciate the window into the worldview of someone who is deaf and also can't speak... he finds things in pics that Ive never slown down to notice. He's not breaking news... but he is presenting a set of information that is unique to anyone here, or hell anyone else I get to interact with. Keep on, keeping on @Sean blackdog
  2. Some activity in WeHo not on the Development Map at the circled location in red. Anyone have insights?
  3. From CrowdStreet, includes what I believe is a new rendering. "On behalf of Guefen Development, I am pleased to announce their first offering on the CrowdStreet Marketplace: Haven at the Gulch, a 299 unit, Class A, luxury high-rise, multifamily development in Nashville, Tennessee. Guefen Development will hold the webinar for Haven at the Gulch on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 1:00 PM PST. " Summary: Targeted Investor IRR: 22.7%* Targeted Equity Multiple: 1.8x* Targeted Average Cash Yield: 1.0%* Targeted Investment Period: 3 years Investment Profile: Opportunistic Offers Due: July 27, 2019 Funds Due: August 2, 2019
  4. Diskin Cider, Jackalope's new location, Corsair, or even New Heights Brewery all good options for August
  5. Hey @The ATX great thread, thanks for keeping it going. The Niido has been successful in Nashville and in doing some research on that project I heard about this one and wondered if there was a thread on UP for it. Turns out there is and you've got an excellent history of the project. Have you heard when units might be available for presale?
  6. Apple seems to make the most sense but perhaps some live broadcast TV show a la Times Square? With Ryman Hospitality wanting to push more into content and the beautiful sight lines evidenced by the NFL Draft it could be a great fit.
  7. Drove by this AM and crane was removing the guitar scoreboard piece by piece.
  8. 312 Pizza announced their closing not long after Nashville SC announced the soccer stadium wouldn't be ready until 2022. I don't know if they would have stuck it out if the stadium had stayed on track for 2021 but 312 was clearly betting on the soccer stadium driving development and and customers the way the Sounds move to Germantown did.
  9. Dont have a picture but the gantry have flag hung from them now for Memorial Day Weekend
  10. Funny you say that. This story is from earlier this week. At least 5 new grocery stores are slated to open. https://www.tennessean.com/story/money/2019/05/13/nashville-grocery-wars-intensify-new-stores-publix-whole-foods-aldi-trader-joes-turnip-truck-way/1120613001/
  11. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single_room_occupancy From wiki: Single room occupancy (more commonly abbreviated to SRO) is a form of housing that is typically aimed at residents with low or minimal incomes who rent small, furnished single rooms with a bed, chair, and sometimes a small desk.[1] SRO units are rented out as permanent residence and/or primary residence [2] to individuals, within a multi-tenant building where tenants share a kitchen, toilets or bathrooms. SRO units range from 80[3] to 140 square feet.[1] In the 2010s, some SRO units may have a small refrigerator, microwave and sink.[1] SROs are a form of affordable housing, in some cases for formerly or otherwise homeless individuals.[4] SRO units are the least expensive form of non-subsidized rental housing, with median rents even in New York City ranging from $450 to $705 per month.[5] The term is primarily used in Canada and US. Since the 1970s and 1980s, there has been an increasing displacement of SRO units aimed at low-income earners due to gentrification, with SRO facilities being sold and turned into condominiums.[6] Between 1955 and 2013, almost one million SRO units were eliminated in the US due to regulation, conversion or demolition.[7]
  12. Wow. Didn't realize that location was across from police station. These properties are being promoted as Airbnb's in multiple FB Groups.
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