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  1. This is mystery tower number two I have know about for a while as well. 300 Plus Units 316 Feet Tall Developer: Scenic Investments More at Nashville Post here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21095184/tower-eyed-for-midtown-site-near-split More behind the NBJ paywall here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2019/10/31/global-company-pitches-broadway-tower.html Project team Smith Gee Studio (architect) Barge Cauthen & Associates (civil engineer) Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc. (traffic engineer) From what I gathered on the original water sewer document, the plan was for 327 units. I happen to know there are more tower announcements to come. This one is marked as Unknown Development which is now known.
  2. Zach Liff's DZL Management along with partner developer Draper & Kramer have unveiled ambitious plans for the Cummins Station area properties that cover 13 acres, most of which are surface lots surrounding the iconic massive office space converted from a railroad warehouse. Eventually, it could end up being as many as 8 towers. The initial foray will be a series of 31-34 story towers along the east side of the CSX tracks in the Gulch, bordered by Demonbreun St. on the north and Cannery Row on the south. Smith Gee Studios and Solomon/Cordwell/Buenz will be the architects. A Set. 2019 groundbreaking is planned for Tower 1. No price tag has been put on the project. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21045564/huge-project-could-complement-cummins-station And behind theNBJ paywall here: https://www.salsarestaurantnashville.com/ This is the Phase 1 Tower, which will be just to the southeast of Cummins Station, hugging the CSX tracks to the west, and just to the northeast of the proposed Gulch Pedestrian Bridge on the west side of the intersection of 10th Ave. South and Lea Ave. It will be 31 stories/369' tall, with 333 residential units, 10,200 sq. ft. of ground level retail, and a 360 capacity parking in a garage within a 7 story pedestal. Tower 2 will be nearly a twin of Tower 1, just to the south, with its southern border the Cannery Row area. It will also be residential in focus at 31 stories with a 360 capacity garage. Towers 3 & 4 will each be 34 stories. #3 will feature a hotel as well as residential, and #4 will be residential. Each will feature garages that will hold a minimum of 420 cars. Future phases will include at least 2 towers of undetermined size on the Union Station Railroad Shed site (currently surface parking), at least one tower on the surface lot at SE corner of Demonbruen and 10th Ave. South, and a tower at the apex of Lea Ave. and Palmer Place, immediately to the NW of the 30 story 805 Lea residential tower about to get underway by another developer. In total, the plan is for at least 8 towers, as well as a few shorter structures. This is a massing render of Tower 3 (hotel/residential) looking east along Demonbruen Street Viaduct: Massing render of Towers 1-4 looking east: Diagram of full Station District on the 13 acre Cummins Station campus:
  3. A massive 14.5 acre mixed-use project to be called Skyline East will populate the western edge of McFerrin Park, facing Dickerson Pike (where it parallels I-24) at Joseph Avenue. It could involved numerous 6 to 15 story structures, 1,400 residential units, and 500,000 sq. ft. of commercial/office space, as well as parking decks. This will be the largest project of its kind in East Nashville. No renderings as of yet. Currently there are 212 apartments and townhomes on the site (some of them Section 8 Housing). The technical addresses include 301 North 2nd St., 651 and 660 Joseph Ave. Riverchase bought the 3 parcels that make up the site in 2017 for $1.2 million. “Riverchase Holdings LLC is excited to be part of the planning and revitalization of the Dickerson Pike corridor and East Nashville community," said Scott Morton, an associate at that firm. "The 15-acre site is located at the 'gateway' to Dickerson Pike and is well positioned to set the tone for quality redevelopment on the corridor." Morton said the group has participated in ongoing workshops Metro's Planning Department is hosting to create concensus on what future development should look like along Dickerson Pike. Metro's Planning Commission could adopt a final plan this summer at their June 13 meetings Morton said the Skyline East proposal "is consistent with the theme and intent of community recommendations." More behind the NBJ paywall here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2019/05/03/austin-group-targets-high-rises-for-east-nashville.html?iana=hpmvp_nsh_news_headline And the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/residential-real-estate/article/21067259/east-side-site-could-land-largescale-development This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the project site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:
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