LA_TN

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    Nashville Public Art

    While the lights are cool at night, it was a MUCH better fountain before the flood. The state legislature voted for the cheaper option (lights) instead of rebuilding the original "dancing" fountain. A huge loss for our city
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    Nashville International Airport

    NEW RECORD: BNA Sees 14.9 Million Passengers in Fiscal Year 2018 June 2018 also set a record as the busiest month in BNA history with 1,460,525 passengers BNA will easily pass 15 million for calendar year 2018 BNA is currently served by 14 airlines and offers 450 daily flights. Nashville International Airport provides nonstop air service to more than 65 destinations.
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    OneC1TYNashville Mixed-Use Project | UC

    I don't understand this place. Sidewalks just end in grass and don't connect well. I think the same people who designed this must be the same people who put the greenway inside the Sounds Stadium. The lake has a fountain, but it is not enough for the size of the lake to keep the water aerated. The roads/streets in the development are narrow without correct curbs, etc. Not sure if there is any place for bikes. It feels like the easy common sense "details" were overlooked The best things are the terrace next to the office building and the steel ball with the water. The stage is pretty cool
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    Nashville International Airport

    This pic was posted by the airport. I do not know who the credit goes to, but this is an amazing picture!
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    Nashville Public Art

    Actually, it's plastic. I assume recycled plastic
  6. There are apartments, literally, right across the street with more apartments and condos just down the street - all <5 minutes walking. I can bike there in <10 minutes This is the OPPOSITE of an "interstate destroyer", it is an interstate saver! Creating a mixed environment of residential, retail, and jobs is a good thing! Or does this forum only support that concept when it is downtown?
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    CBD/SoBro/RutledgeHill/Rolling Mill Hill Projects

    ^^what he said My experience "around the world" has taught me everyone knows New York, LA,.... and Las Vegas. There are not that many places in the world where the people know Nashville
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    Ideas for Nashville

    Correct, Carroll family. 0% interest in selling or developing this lot. Even the next generation is not likely to do anything This is a perfect example of common sense. Nothing will change, unless taxes, costs rise above the income generated. And that will almost never happen because parking rates will be increased to cover costs
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    CBD/SoBro/RutledgeHill/Rolling Mill Hill Projects

    Good grief! Sorry for the attitude ya got here. The few do not represent the majority here and we truly welcome your outsider comments. Having a knowledgeable person visit and offer observations are valuable. Sometimes the truth hurts! As for saying you are a little "underwhelmed" by the development here, that is because we currently don't have any projects that are 20 floors up! We have several towers (34, 27, 26, 23, 22, etc) that are currently no higher than the fifth floor! So, yeah, it's kinda odd right now with so much going on, but no cranes currently high in the sky. You're 6 months early! Haha (that means you have to come back next year!)
  10. @smeagolsfree, this is exactly what I have been saying for a long long time now. Pulling AB was huge and it will have a ancillary effect. Endeavor will have the building capable to entice "the next AB" I have heard one new building that is offering new space cheaper than some older existing spaces. What does that say??? I am not predicting doom, but I am surprised that the absorption rate has kept up as long as it has, even with the shortage of recent years