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The group of investors that bought the Catholic Diocese 2.1 acres site at 2400 21st Ave. South is called Linden Road Residential  (see July 26 entry above on this thread), and they are planning on a high-end residential project that might have some mixed-use elements.  Whether or not they will adapt the existing 2 story brick structure there into the design is unclear.  More info to come soon.

More behind the NBJ paywall here:

https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2018/08/01/catholic-diocese-hq-to-be-converted-into.html
 

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Vanderbilt Divinity School expansion (3 stories) update.

Looking NW from near intersection of 21st Ave. South and Scarritt Place:

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Convent Place (3 stories, 8 condos) update.  Foundation in place.

Looking west from intersection of Convent Place and Portland Ave:

Convent Place, July 28, 2018, 1.jpg


Looking NW from intersection of Convent Place and Portland Ave:

Convent Place, July 28, 2018, 2.jpg

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Moxy Hotel Hillsboro Village (6 stories, 130 rooms, 47 residential units, restaurants, internal garage) update. Beginning the 4th floor on portions of the complex.

Looking NE from southern edge of the lot, 1/2 block east of 20th Ave. South:

Moxy Hotel Hillsboro Village, July 28, 2018, 1.jpg


Looking north from southern edge of the lot, 1/2 block east of 20th Ave. South:

Moxy Hotel Hillsboro Village, July 28, 2018, 2.jpg


Looking NW from southern edge of the lot, 1/2 block east of 20th Ave. South:

Moxy Hotel Hillsboro Village, July 28, 2018, 3.jpg

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One Music Circle South (5 stories, 120,000 sq. ft. office space) update.  Up to 5th floor. 

Looking south from intersection of Music Circle East and Music Circle South:

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Belcourt Village (4 stories, 24,000 sq. ft. retail/office, 28 residential units, garage) update.  Down to 20' depth for underground parking. 

Looking south from Belcourt Ave., 1/2 block west of 21st Ave. South:

Belcourt Village, July 28, 2018, 1.jpg


Looking SW from Belcourt Ave., 1/2 block west of 21st Ave. South:

Belcourt Village, July 28, 2018, 2.jpg


Looking east from Belcourt Ave., a block west of 21st Ave. South:

Belcourt Village, July 28, 2018, 3.jpg


Looking SE from Belcourt Ave., a block west of 21st Ave. South:

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Vanderbilt Univ. Nursing School Addition (5 stories, 30,000 sq. ft.). Brick and stone work nearly complete, windows installed.

Two weeks ago, looking across 21st Ave. South, 1/2 block south of Scarritt Place:

Vandy Nursing School, July 28, 2018.jpeg


This past weekend, looking across 21st Ave. South, 1/2 block south of Scarritt Place:

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Anyone have any "inside" on the project Vandy wants to build in the 1900 block of Broadway? I forgot they bought this from Afrakteh, who had zoning for a 25-story mixed use building. The school applied for a demolition permit for the house next door to the building that formerly housed Noshville. 

From NBJ:  https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2018/08/16/vanderbilt-is-giving-away-a-broadway-building-with.html

A 108-year-old brick building, once home to the tailor for a range of music icons, sits on a city block in Midtown that Vanderbilt University wants to redevelop.

So the private university is offering a deal: The building is free to anyone who will relocate it and preserve it.

 

 

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Moxy Hotel Hillsboro Village (6 stories, 130 rooms, 47 residential units, restaurant/retail, interior garage) update. Starting 4th floor.

Looking SE from intersection of Belcourt Ave. and 20th Ave. South:

Moxy Hotel Hillsboro Village, Aug 11, 2018, 1.jpg


Looking west along Belcourt Ave., 1/2 block east of 20th Ave. South:

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On 8/18/2018 at 1:11 PM, markhollin said:

Moxy Hotel Hillsboro Village (6 stories, 130 rooms, 47 residential units, restaurant/retail, interior garage) update. Starting 4th floor.

Looking SE from intersection of Belcourt Ave. and 20th Ave. South:




Looking west along Belcourt Ave., 1/2 block east of 20th Ave. South:

 

 

I think this is going to be a huge, positive transformation for the area. It'll give Hillsboro Village much more 24 hour activity than it currently has, I think. 

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That Panattoni building will be catty-corner from the house I sold on Tremont about 5 years ago.  Wish I would have held onto it.  Would have at least doubled my money.

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12 minutes ago, CenterHill said:

What’s there now where Panattoni’s development will go?    Is that Bobby’s Idle Hour?    :blink:

Yep.  Bobby's...gone.

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This is an awesome project! Love the sustainability of timber-frame construction used in this way. 

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Vanderbilt is prepping to raze the 1 story stucco building at 1918 Broadway that was once home to Noshville Deli. 

The demolition effort comes as VU is offering free — to any taker who will relocate and preserve and sitting on an adjacent property — an early 20th-century Queen Anne-style house. The 108-year-old building, perhaps best recognized as housing the former studio and retail store of noted fashion designer Manuel Cuevas, is located at 1922 Broadway. 

Vanderbilt owns 11 of the 14 parcels bordered by 20th Avenue on the east, Terrace Place on the north, 21st Avenue on the west and Broadway on the south. (The Cathedral of the Incarnation owns the other three.) Of note, the university owns all 11 parcels fronting Broadway and from 21st to Lyle Avenue.


More at Nashville Post here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21018883/vanderbilt-preps-to-raze-exnoshville-building

You can see the large area accumulated by Vandy for future use in the grayed-out area in the middle of this screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent Development Map:


 

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13 minutes ago, markhollin said:

Vanderbilt is prepping to raze the 1 story stucco building at 1918 Broadway that was once home to Noshville Deli. 

The demolition effort comes as VU is offering free — to any taker who will relocate and preserve and sitting on an adjacent property — an early 20th-century Queen Anne-style house. The 108-year-old building, perhaps best recognized as housing the former studio and retail store of noted fashion designer Manuel Cuevas, is located at 1922 Broadway. 

Vanderbilt owns 11 of the 14 parcels bordered by 20th Avenue on the east, Terrace Place on the north, 21st Avenue on the west and Broadway on the south. (The Cathedral of the Incarnation owns the other three.) Of note, the university owns all 11 parcels fronting Broadway and from 21st to Lyle Avenue.


More at Nashville Post here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21018883/vanderbilt-preps-to-raze-exnoshville-building

You can see the large area accumulated by Vandy for future use in the grayed-out area in the middle of this screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent Development Map:


 

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 Oh good, let's demolish one of the only buildings on that stretch of Broadway that is architecturally unique and actually addresses the street.  That's exactly what the neighborhood needs.  

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1 hour ago, BnaBreaker said:

 Oh good, let's demolish one of the only buildings on that stretch of Broadway that is architecturally unique and actually addresses the street.  That's exactly what the neighborhood needs.  

I think we can give credit for what they have done on their campus. I’m sure this will be nice when done.

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