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The Manning (7 & 4 stories, 36 high-end condos, underground garage) update: north tower up to 7th floor; south structure's foundation walls now complete. 

Looking SE from Woodmont Blvd, 1/2 block north of Park Manor Blvd:

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Looking NE from Woodmont Blvd. at Park Manor Blvd:

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Looking east from Woodmont Blvd. at Park Manor Blvd:

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Looking SE from Woodmont Blvd. at Park Manor Blvd:

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Green Hills Station (three 3 story buildings, 8 units) update: Houses razed, land being cleared.

Looking SW from Lone Oak Rd, 1/2 block north of Shackleford Rd:
 

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The Blakeford at Green Hills will build a 6 story, $75 million addition featuring 50 more independent living apartments at 11 Burton Hills Drive starting on Dec. 10th  A summer 2022 completion is planned. 

Future amenities at the updated Blakeford at Green Hills will include a fitness and wellness center with an indoor pool, salon and spa, gym and group exercise class space; a bistro/grill, coffee shop, grab-n-go market and restaurant; a rooftop bar and event space; an outdoor terrace for al fresco dining; and an art studio, woodworking shop and game room.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21144733/senior-care-nonprofit-announces-75m-project
 

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This screen shot from Smeagolfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in read at the center of the frame:


 

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Woodmont Christian Church Chapel addition nearly finished.

 Looking NE from. Hillsboro Rd., 1/4 block north of Graybar Lane:

Woodmont Christian Church Chapel, Nov 26, 2020, 1.jpeg


 Looking south from. Hillsboro Rd., 1/2 block north of Graybar Lane:

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The 2 acre plot at NW corner of Belmont Blvd. and Woodmont Blvd. is having nearly every structure razed. Was formerly property that housed various state health programs.  Details still fuzzy on what is going to go here.

Looking east from Richland St., 1/4 block north of Woodmont Blvd:

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Looking NE from Richland St., 1/4 block north of Woodmont Blvd:

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Looking east from Richland St., 1/2 block north of Woodmont Blvd:

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Looking east from Richland St., 3/4 block north of Woodmont Blvd:

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Looking west from Belmont Blvd, 1/2 block north of Woodmont Blvd:

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Harper Hills Plaza Shopping Center at 6002 Hwy. 100 South being remodeled. 

Looking SW from Hwy 100 South, 1/2 block north of West Tyne Drive:

6002 Hwy 100, Harper Hills Plaza, Oct 24, 2020, 1.jpeg


Looking north from parking lot on south side of property:

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Lipscomb Academy expansion (1 floor,  22,000 sq. ft.) update:  Complete.

Looking NE from Harding Place,  1/4 block east of Belmont Park Terrace:

Lipsomb Academy, Dec 25, 2020, 1.jpeg


Looking NW from intersection of Harding Place and Granny White Pike:

Lipsomb Academy, Dec 25, 2020, 2.jpeg


Looking SW from Granny White Pike, 1/2 block north of Harding Place:

Lipsomb Academy, Dec 25, 2020, 3.jpeg

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Lipscomb Academy, like Lipscomb University, has some of worst architecture ever.  
Just plain ugly, bland and cheap looking. 

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Community Foundation (office space of unknown height/size on several acres) update: All former state structures are razed.

Looking west from intersection of Woodmont Blvd. and Belmont Blvd:

Woodmont & Belmont Blvds, Dec 25, 2020, 1.jpeg


Looking north from intersection of Woodmont Blvd. and Belmont Blvd:

Woodmont & Belmont Blvds, Dec 25, 2020, 2.jpeg


Looking west from Belmont Blvd, 1/2 block south of Woodmont Blvd:

Woodmont & Belmont Blvds, Dec 25, 2020, 3.jpeg


Looking south from Belmont Blvd, 1/2 block south of Woodmont Blvd:

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1 hour ago, markhollin said:

Novel Belle Meade will be 7 down to 3 stories, with 300 residential units, and a 437 capacity internal garage on 3.5 acres at 40 White Bridge Road (in the back of the Lions's Head Shopping Center).  This site is where a Steinmart has been in operation for decades.  Crescent Communities is the developer, the architect will be KTGY, and engineering-land planning will be handled by Barge Cauthen and Assoc. Only mass renderings available at this point.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21145481/lions-head-could-land-300unit-apartment-building

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This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:

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Wow! What a surprise/upgrade for that shopping center.

Edit: They’re going to have to put another traffic light at the entry to the shopping center. That’s a tricky exit as it stands now. 

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18 minutes ago, downtownresident said:

Edit: They’re going to have to put another traffic light at the entry to the shopping center. That’s a tricky exit as it stands now. 

It would work better if they would redirect their traffic to the Target signal or to Post Place. Target is technically a separate parcel (although in the same subdivision) but Post Place is public right-of-way. Adding a signal at the existing entrance would put it only 400 feet away from the Post Road / Post Place signal and 500 feet away from the Target signal, which is way too close on both counts.

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2 minutes ago, PruneTracy said:

It would work better if they would redirect their traffic to the Target signal or to Post Place. Target is technically a separate parcel (although in the same subdivision) but Post Place is public right-of-way. Adding a signal at the existing entrance would put it only 400 feet away from the Post Road / Post Place signal and 500 feet away from the Target signal, which is way too close on both counts.

Agreed. They may need to make improvements within the shopping center to direct traffic out through Post Place. Best scenario to direct traffic away from there would be to make it a right turn in, right turn out only intersection. 

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More than likely once the trafiic study is done, there will be a traffic light installed at the Lionshead entrance between Dalts & Chipotles. That is always a real burger getting in and out of there at that location.

I tend to go to the Target entrance where the light is when I go because there is a signal there.

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This is going to go on some of the existing green space behind the Trader Joe’s it looks like. And will impede access to the greenway at least from one of the current access points.

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8 hours ago, AUNash said:

This is going to go on some of the existing green space behind the Trader Joe’s it looks like. And will impede access to the greenway at least from one of the current access points.

I think it’s going on  the former Steinmart footprint and the parking lot behind it.  You’re right that it appears to cut off access to the greenway entrance from the Steinmart lot but there is another greenway connection about 50 ft away off the Target loading lot.  

I’m going to edit myself.   I hadn’t studied this rendering, but it shows a new greenway connection will be created that extends the existing one up to the front of the property.  Actually an improvement over the current greenway access point.  

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