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  1. Just to be clear, this doesn’t include the Streetlights lot, right? Love the density!
  2. I’m not sure if this has been mentioned anywhere, but it looks like Sky Nashville near Charlotte and 440 might be moving forward.
  3. https://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/topic/119966-909-division-16-stories-342-residential-units-215000-sq-ft-office-space-3360-sq-ft-retail-space-860-capacity-garage/page/2/#comments You can see the massing for this building as a white box next to 909 Division.
  4. Reopening of the park is today. Website and Facebook page for the park: https://churchstreetpark.org https://m.facebook.com/churchstpark/ Spoiler Alert: Not much changed.
  5. https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.jacksonville.com/amp/6264023002 New Four Seasons in Jacksonville. Would be neat to see something similar on east bank maybe in Nashville even if a lower tier hotel (and without the yachts).
  6. The back side of the parking pedestal facing McDonald’s is flat, but after the 11th floor it goes into the V shape. These are from page 11 of the thread.
  7. I was at top golf this week, and it gave a great view of the project. You can see how big of a footprint this first phase is. Unfortunately, my phone couldn’t get a good shot of it.
  8. I think it’s an awesome concept! Right next to pins, this will be a busy area on weekends
  9. Interesting business decision trying to compete with Chuy's a block over.
  10. Tearing down the Emma’s building is a huge mistake. Buildings like this make Nashville the city it is. It will be a sad day if this is torn down similar to when they tore down the house for the development at 19th and Broadway.
  11. I’ve always thought the same about Nashville towers being built slowly. I think there are three main factors: engineering, economics, and codes. For engineering, the problem is excavation. Nashville’s limestone bedrock is sometimes already exposed or under a few feet of soil. Compare this to other areas such a Memphis where you could dig a mile deep and not reach the bedrock. Limestone is especially hard to blast through and takes a lot longer to dig up than soil. Economically, I wonder if the comparative lack of competition in the city slows down construction. With the amount of alre
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