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14th Ave. South Townhomes (2 buildings at 3 stories each, 8 units) update.

Looking east from 14th Ave. South, 1/2 block north of Wedgwood:

14th Ave South & Wedgewood towhomes, Mar 30, 2019.jpg

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Moxy Hotel Hillsboro Village (6 stories, 130 rooms, 47 residential units. restaurants, underground garage) update. Exterior work nearly complete.

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

Moxy Hotel Hillsboro Village, April 13, 2019, 1.jpg


Looking north along 20th Ae. South, 1/2 block north of Acklen Ave:

Moxy Hotel Hillsboro Village, April 13, 2019, 2.jpg


Looking west along Belcourt Ave., near intersection with 19th Ave. South:

Moxy Hotel Hillsboro Village, April 13, 2019, 3.jpg

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On 4/19/2019 at 10:16 AM, titanhog said:

Now that this person owns three contiguous properties here...will this end up being another Midtown / Music Row skyscraper?  Will this mean the end of the Patterson House?

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/commercial-real-estate/article/21065207/alabama-vocalist-sells-music-row-property

The Patterson House was my favorite bar in Nashville up until I moved. I really hope it remains. Wasn't there a small fine dining restaurant on the second level? If so, is it still there?  I think it was called Catbird Seat

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Lost a couple more old houses on Music Row today, the one on the left  in the pic is being torn down as well. This is the 17th and Grand Building location.

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1 hour ago, nashvylle said:

Were these houses of historical significance? 

The entire area is of historical significance.  This is the dismantling of an artist community.  It's not about the structures as much as the total destruction of this community and replacing it with large office buildings and condos which chases away your lower-level, burgeoning music creators.  It is quickly turning Music Row into "Any Road USA"

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Bound'ry and South Street have "Available" signs on them now.

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35 minutes ago, ajs said:

Bound'ry and South Street have "Available" signs on them now.

I'm sad but realizing I hadn't set foot in (or really even thought about) either place in 10 years......

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Same. I hadn't even thought about either spot in the same amount of time, if I'm honest.

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7 hours ago, donNdonelson2 said:

What was the name of that low key “rock ‘n roll” hotel that was in that block a few decades ago?

Third Coast?

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Fencing up for residential project at former Catholic Diocese HQ.

Looking SE from intersection of 21st Ave. South and Linden Ave:

21st Ave South and Linden, March 16, 2019.jpg

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That building at 2416 West End Avenue (Rite Aid/Smoothie King) won a preservation award from Metro’s Historical Commission in 1986. I do not know if there is any sort of restriction on its renovation or demolition.

https://data.nashville.gov/History/Historical-Commission-Preservation-Awards-1973-Pre/e327-gvr5

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