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  1. McGavock Street Partners will go before Metro Planning Commission on Dec. 14, 2017 to request height modification for a 21 story boutique hotel (no brand yet), that would have 470 rooms as well as a 200 seat entertainment venue. The location would be the NW corner of McGavock Street and 13th Ave. South (the frontage road along I-40/65 on the west side of downtown). Originally this was going to be a Staybridge Suites. The address is 1212-1218 McGavock St., and sits just south of the former Deja Vu site, which is now being considered for a 3 tower Endeavor project. The modernist design, by Manuel Zeitlin Architects, shown below, could help the developers gain the extra 5 stories (base allowed for that area is 10, plus bonus height of 6 more for parking/LEED allowances) due to an "exceptional design" clause that Metro has in it's codes. http://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/20981593/hotel-proposed-for-gulch-could-rise-21-floors Looking NW from above I-40/65, with 13th Ave. South in foreground and McGavock Street on right. The Firestone store facing Broadway is the low-lying 1 story building on the left. The location (teal square in center) on a screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent Nashville Development Map: The current vacant lot looking north from corner of McGavock and 13th Ave. South: Looking south along 13th Ave. South. That is the Eakin 1210 Demonbruen tower in background: Looking SW from back of lot across 13th Ave South and I-40/65:
  2. The 3.9 acre block at 825 6th Ave. South is under contract to be sold by Green & Little Real Estate for an undisclosed price to an unknown developer. A water/sewer application shows 715 residential units (365 one bedroom, 326 two bedroom, and 24 three bedroom). Dependent on layout (and there is plenty of land on the site a couple of towers could be anywhere from 20 to 30 stories when you factor-in parking garages. There is no mention of retail, commercial, office, or hotel on the application....just residential. Several things to consider: 1) If it is just a couple of structures, there could be a large amount of landscaped leisure area as an amenity for the residents. 2) Perhaps this is only Phase I of a project that could include retail, office, hotel, etc. in Phase II. 3) Maybe this will be more spread out with half a dozen 10 story structures. Conjecture is that the sale price for the land on the low end would be at least $25 million. It was last purchased in 1993 for $1.2 million. 5 years ago Smithfield Properties out of Chicago proposed a 4 tower mixed-use project (with one being 40 stories) for the site, but it fizzled out. Kimley-Horn is listed as the civil engineer on the application. No renderings or diagrams available yet. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/notes-pie-town-eyed-for-700-plus-unit-residential-project/article_67c30e66-2566-11ec-bf74-17260335252a.html This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:
  3. A large scale project listing "300 units" (not sure if residential or hotel) is being planned by an unknown developer for 810 Division St, according to water/sewer availability permits. The site is currently owned by RJ Young and has a 1 story nondescript/non-historical structure on the approx. 1.7 acre plot which sits just west of Party Fowl Restaurant. No further designs or details yet. Based on the size of the lot and other similar sized residential/hotel structure in that area, this will probably be a 10-12 story project. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21114663/antioch-property-sells-for-37m This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map show the site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:
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