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14th & Hynes will be a 1.28 acre, dual tower project of 40 stories, 480', (residential--unknown units) and 36 stories, 435', (hotel/condo with unknown rooms/units), sharing ground level retail, underground/structured parking. The address is 207-225 14th Ave. North. At one time this site was being considered for a 15 story Comfort Inn Hotel. Roers Capital is the developer. They are also planning the double 30 story tower project at 15th Ave. North and Church St. just to the west. STG is the architect; Kimley-Horn will handle land planning and engineering. Roers has the site under contract with Aurora Enterprises and Dean Dairy Fluid. It is currently a gravel surface lot. The team will go before the Metro Planning Commission on Dec. 8 to request a rezoning to specific plan from mixed-used. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/two-tower-project-eyed-for-midtown/article_c1c432bc-56bd-11ed-aaba-d771fa53b716.html And at NBJ here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/10/28/midtown-towers-roers-cos-interstate-40.html This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in teal in the center of the frame:
A 12-16 story mixed use residential/retail development is being eyed by Crescent Communities and Peal Street Partners for the 2.7 acre site at 801 12th Ave. South (NW corner of 12th Ave. South and Hawkins St.) that is currently home to Park Center mental health/substance abuse clinic. The property borders on the I-65/40 inner-loop on the north. Negotiations with the center and community groups are in the very early stages. From The Nashville Post article: The site is zoned to allow some flexibility with the height of any future building. The zoning offers a 30-foot maximum height at the setback line and then allows for a 2:1 sky exposure plane ratio. For example, if any development company positioned a building 60 feet back from both of the street setback lines, it could build a 150-foot-tall building. Any development company to undertake a project at the site likely would want to have a building of at least 12 floors due to practical and economic considerations. Crescent and Pearl Street would need a community plan amendment to undertake a structure taller than what the current 2:1 sky exposure plane ratio allows. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21018161/gulcharea-site-eyed-for-mixeduse-building This is the Park Center which currently sits on the large site: This screen shot from Smeoglsfree's excellent Development Map shows the location in the teal center square marked as "Polygon 240."