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  1. Same here. Admittedly I hadn't looked much at the site plan or recap of this development but to be honest, I had no idea there was even this much retail space available. I thought it was basically just a few restaurants, the museum, and the apple store lol. Really glad for the mix of clothing stores as well, which I felt had been lacking.
  2. It was cheesy but not THAT bad lol. It's a shame the planning in Green Hills is so bad, because Vertis would be an amazing place to live otherwise (and probably worth the price tag). But the traffic and layout around there is just nonsense.
  3. The only one I'm aware of is Live Nation Entertainment Inc., which has signed a 40k sf lease, occupying one of the three buildings. https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2020/01/30/live-nation-cements-expansion-to-major-new-project.html?iana=hpmvp_nsh_news_headline
  4. I was wondering why there was fencing up on that site. At least from the site plan, that portion of land is not a part of this development. Is there anything going on with that building pictured? Or is it owned by the same group and being used in some way to assist with this development?
  5. Does anyone know what's going on at the old "Jamie" building, by the Belle Meade Town Center on Harding Pike? That building was recently demolished and it looks like there is more work on the site but had not heard any news about it.
  6. What's wrong with Buckhead? I don't know much about it, but I had interviewed for a place there a while back and it seemed like a pretty cool place to live. With a fair bit of upcoming developments, metro station, and lots of shopping/amenities around. What has happened to it, and what about Broadwest might be like that? Developments that aren't working together, or..?
  7. I don't think it looks good by itself since it's too blocky and wide, but I think it'd look alright with some taller buildings around it. Though I guess if they're TOO tall, it would also look out of place so idk.
  8. Seems like a crazy amount of office space. What do you suppose would be the likelihood of it getting underway in the next year or so (though I'm sure it'll be done in phases)? On a side note, is there any good place to learn about commercial real estate leases (like, recent leases, quarterly absorption/space delivered, leasing % of buildings, etc) in a comprehensive way? I know bizjournals reports on the bigger stuff, but I've developed an interest in it lately due to how closely it is related with development. Even learning about what businesses are relocating, expanding, etc. is intriguing. Or is that kinda thing too "valuable" for brokers and the like? Just kinda wondering who has been taking up space in all the new + upcoming developments.
  9. Am I misunderstanding something, or was there a change of plans? From previous readings (some articles, but also the recap in the 2nd post on this thread), it sounded like the office high rise would be in Phase II, which might begin after the first phase is done (with a 4ish year timeline). But this sounds like it might be in Phase I. Any ideas on that?
  10. Seems like there are a lot of apartment projects popping up in Metrocenter. I wonder what's next for the area? I would think that area could begin to support larger mixed-use projects in the not-too-distant future
  11. Thanks! Coming from the Nova/DC area and I'm pretty sure I was the only one who followed development news around there.... It's awesome having so many people keeping us updated (especially you and smeagolsfree!) with news and pictures. Looking forward for what's to come!
  12. This is one of the developments I'm most looking forward to. Having just moved here, it seems like Nashville doesn't have a ton of master-planned mixed use ("live, work, play") developments, but it seems like this development would definitely classify. I wonder what Oracle's impact would be on it, though. I feel like their campuses tend to be more low/mid-rise sprawling campuses whose amenities are more aimed at those who actually work there (see their new Austin campus, for example). Though I'm sure the development activity that it would spur would be very welcome. Maybe I'm just hopeful that their (likely overly optimistic) renderings of high rises and open space would come to fruition.
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