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  1. May or may not be anything new, but here is an up close ground-level rendering and a side view for the Edition Hotel. ESA Architects also describes the hotel as follows...
  2. Here are is a photo of this from yesterday. I like the brick. Being from St. Louis, this is the type of stuff that many of us would want to fill in our Laclede's Landing area or Washington Avenue. Of course, Three Thirty Three is another example. Can't wait to see the finished product on this.
  3. I was going to share this yesterday but I didn't get around to it. This is the Hampton Inn yesterday. MarkHollin already posted photos today so this post is sort of redundant.
  4. I did some digging and found some new renderings and data... Maximum Building size is 362,006SF Available to Divide: 361,997SF Maximum Contiguous: 294,459SF Floor Count: 23 10th Floor Amenity Deck and Cafe Drop off zone. CBRE Marketing Interesting to note, only the 11th-23rd floors are being marketed for available space. Was a parking garage ever talked about? Because that appears to be what the space between the lobby and 10th Floor is. Either way, I like the new perspectives. Listing: https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/1221-Broadway-Nashville-TN/15617830/ Renderings...
  5. Some floor layouts, renderings, and diagrams. Interesting to note that there will be bunks and queens for the rooms. Also, there appears to be koi fish at the bar. These are from Stanza Hotel's website.
  6. If you look at this closely, the right side edge seems to be slightly angled. The same goes for the ground floor level. Not saying it will be as radical, but the slightly angled edges mimic One Hundred in St. Louis slightly. The terraces are a nice touch.
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