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  1. This complex will be on the full city block with the address of 151 First Avenue South. It will be bordered on the east by First Avenue, on the north by the McGavock/Siegenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, on the west by Second Avenue (which will serve as the primary entrance), and on the south by Demonbreun Street. Currently the land is occupied by theMarket Street Apartments and a surface lot. In the proposed layout, the entire block will be covered with a 7-story pedestal that will include a massive parking garage, restaurants, clubs, and other retail. A U-shaped trio of towers will sit on top of that. The south tower will be the tallest at about 40 additional stories (according to the initial renderings) and projected height of 485 feet. The north tower looks to be 35 additional stories and about 400 feet. The west connector appears to be about 9 additional stories, and about 190 feet. It would appear that an amenities deck of some sort (pool, recreation, outdoor dining, etc.) will be located on the roof of the primary pedestal (around 80 feet above the street) and surround by the U-shaped three towers. It is initially unclear which elements will be in which buildings: 225-room 5-star-rated hotel, 220 luxury apartments, and 200 high-end condos. The $325 million project is being undertaken by Second Avenue Partners, which is a group of investors made up of Northern Capital (from Grand Rapids, MI) and The Congress Group (from Boston, MA). No dates have been set yet on ground-breaking or completion.
  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:
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