Lexy

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  1. Nashville Bits and Pieces

    I've always thought this would be a good idea personally. I mean, do you really think there's another similarly sized city that could pull it off? Raleigh isn't exactly a tourist draw and Austin is cool, but only on the surface.
  2. It either happens now, or we stop the growth and it never gets done because of one reason or another. Bottomline is it has to be done and now is as good a time as any. When it's too late, it will be impossible to implement and the growth numbers will not justify it.
  3. Thank you! If I may, I'd like to submit this view as well. The density within West End and Midtown is really starting to go up along the major roads.
  4. As the husband of a realtor, I'll be honest with you, a LOT of these "names" for neighborhoods come from the developers themselves and their affiliated marketing teams. I hate it too, but they have to have something to hang their hats on when marketing these gentrified spaces.
  5. One that I think bears mentioning is this perspective...
  6. CBD/SoBro/RutledgeHill/Rolling Mill Hill Projects

    The problem with the CMHoF is that while never forgetting the past, it tends to live more in the present with artist. The folks that patronize these "individual" museums are purist at heart and fans of these specific artist. The owner is GOOD friends with these families and is able to gather items you'd likely never see in the "big" museum.
  7. A selection, of sorts, from my helicopter flight around town yesterday. There's PLENTY more, but this gives one a good perspective of where we stand so far.
  8. Nashville International Airport

    I'm really excited about these new renderings.
  9. Before long, you'll be able to jump from one 23 story roof top to another 23 story rooftop and NEVER touch the sidewalk. The entire skyline will look like the Bridgestone Tower and Pinnacle...just one BIG FLAT roofline with absolutely no imagination whatsoever. This has been my beef for a long time. The SoBro height restriction and the unwillingness of developers to design something worth looking at longterm that still remains capable of turning a profit. We are a city full of mid-rises and L-shaped hotels. Tony should be commended for breaking the 500-foot barrier.
  10. Nashville International Airport

    Delta has strengthened their position here recently and I look for that to continue as we move forward.
  11. Building fits in with its surroundings so I'm okay with it.
  12. JW Marriott - 385' - 34 Floors - topped out

    Best looking highrise in the city hands down. NOW, if it was about 20 floors taller, I'd be REALLY happy, but I digress.
  13. Nashville International Airport

    Personally, I hope it's right too! AMS is a big hub for SkyTeam Alliance and like you said, DL and KLM/Air France are HUGE there offering a number of destinations from there with considerable ease.
  14. Nashville International Airport

    Yeah, I'm at AA. I'm hearing there's some strong possibility with Amsterdam on Delta. I don't know how true that is, but this was confirmed by some interesting info I can't really talk about right now. Also, there's a good possibility we could see another international airline here. Time will tell!