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Panattoni Music Row Office Building (6 stories, 130,000 sq. ft.) update. Most of rubble removed.

Looking north from 16th Ave. South, 1/4 block north of Tremont Ave:

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The Hutton Hotel has sold to a trio of investors.

San Francisco-based Geolo Capital is one member of a new ownership group for the 250-room hotel at 1808 West End Ave. The private equity firm's founding partner and director is John Pritzker, a scion of the Chicago-based family that started Hyatt Hotels. Others in the group include BentallGreenOak, which manages $48 billion of real estate worldwide, and New York-based Flank Management LP, which is pursuing two high-rise developments in downtown Nashville.

The trio, operating under the formal entity Button Up Music Row Hotel Owner LLC, announced their all-cash purchase on Wednesday. They did not disclose the purchase price; public records regarding the sale have not yet been filed.

The purchase is notable for several reasons, not least of which is the timing, as Covid-19's economic chaos bludgeons the hotel industry. In a press release, the Hutton's new ownership expressed optimism in Nashville's prospects for recovery.

“We’re believers in the resiliency of the Nashville market and are excited to be partnered with our friends at Flank and Geolo on this investment,” said Mark Van Zandt, managing partner of BentallGreenOak.


More behind the NBJ paywall here:

https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2020/06/10/hutton-hotel-sold-pritzker-geolo-music-row-flank.html?iana=hpmvp_nsh_news_headline

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Here are some current shots of interior elements of the Hutton Hotel (remodeled 2 years ago) which sold for $70 million last week. Ssee post from June 10th above on this thread.  Pics courtesy of NBJ:

First four shots are from the Analog music venue:

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Centennial Flats is a proposed residential complex of 25 units (unknown height) being planned for 2701 Poston Ave., which might entail clearing away the Springwater dive bar/club. The 3 parcel lot also covers 115 27th Ave. North, and has been owned by the Terry family since 1974. Hog Heaven BBQ was also on the site, and recently closed permanently.  Red's BBQ is in that side of the building currently.

Terry could not be reached for comment, and it is unclear if the proposed building would rise only on the surface lot or require demolition of the existing building. 

Civil Site Design is part of the project.  No renderings or further details yet.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21137639/centennial-park-area-could-land-residential-building

 

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This screenshot from Smeagolfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:

2701  Poston Ave, June 18, 2020, site map.png

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Too bad. I'd always hoped that somehow that small block of buildings would be bought by Metro and added to the park and that little building turned into a rustic pavilion. Has a lot of character. Not a fan of having that McDonald's so visible at the edge of such  a beautiful park. 

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2 minutes ago, MLBrumby said:

Too bad. I'd always hoped that somehow that small block of buildings would be bought by Metro and added to the park and that little building turned into a rustic pavilion. Has a lot of character. Not a fan of having that McDonald's so visible at the edge of such  a beautiful park. 

The older I get the less I like the look of any fast food restaurant anywhere.

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Losing the Springwater would be one of the final acts in the death of punk/alt culture in Nashville. Not a fan of reading that...

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On 3/14/2020 at 6:17 AM, markhollin said:

Odyssey at the Park (Four 4 and 5 story buildings,  about 250 units, ground level retail along 31st Ave. North) update.  All structures razed, and fencing up.

Found this ground floor plan in a flyer for Odyssey at the Park on Avison Young's website. I don't think I've seen it posted here yet:

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Comes with some bonus statistics as well. The 2024 projected populations correspond to densities of 6480, 6230, and 4840/mi^2, respectively.

Almost all of the nearby buildings use brick in some form or other, including the new townhouses going up one block over, but I don't see any brick on the very limited renders released so far for this one.

Source: https://www.avisonyoung.us/properties?propertyId=theodyssey-lease

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Owen School of Management at Vanderbilt Univ. continues to generate funding for the $55 million renovation and expansion of its primary building.  Owen Century Partners has committed $13 towards the project. The expansion includes enlarging the Management Hall by 48,000 sq. ft., a 50% increase. William Rawn Assoc. are the architect. Work on the circa 1982 building is supposed to start next spring.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21138312/group-commits-13m-to-vanderbilt-building-update

 

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1010 18th Ave South (one 3 story and two 4 story buildings, 13 condo units) by M Cubed has been granted $4.06 million in permits for construction to commence. Highland Building Group is the contractor. D-ADD is the architect. Finally have a rendering.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21138588/music-row-project-progresses

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19th & Wedgwood Townhomes (4 stories, 20 units) update:  Back building topped out, windows being installed. Foundations underway for other buildings.

Looking east from 19th Ave. South, 1/2 block north of Wedgewood Ave:

 

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That Panattoni is modern and snazzy.  Nice windows along the ground level. 

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1030 16th Ave. South (Panattoni, 6 stories, 130,000 sq. ft. office space) update.  Small office building at NE corner of 16th Ave. South and Tremont Ave. is now razed. Structures just to the north are now completely gone.

 

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1010 18th Ave. South (3 stories, 18 units) update: More foundation work underway, materials on site.

Looking east from 18th Ae. South, 1/4 block south of Grand Ave:

1810 18th Ave South, june 27, 2020.jpg

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50 Music Square West  Tapestry Hotel (9 stories, 185 rooms) deconstruction progress on UA Tower. Down to first floor.

Looking SE from Music Square West (17th Ave. South) at Chet Atkins Place:

50 Music Square West, Tapestry Hotel, July 4, 2020, 1.jpg


Looking NW from alley between 16th and 17th Aves. South, 1/2 block south of Chet Atkins Place:

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Looking SW from alley between 16th and 17th Aves. South, 1/4 block south of Chet Atkins Place:

50 Music Square West, Tapestry Hotel, July 4, 2020, 3.jpg


Looking west from alley between 16th and 17th Aves. South, 1/4 block south of Chet Atkins Place:

50 Music Square West, Tapestry Hotel, July 4, 2020, 4.jpg

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Linden Row (3 stories, 38 townhomes) update. Brickwork 90% complete.

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

Linden Row, June 27, 2020, 1.jpg


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

Linden Row, June 27, 2020, 2.jpg


Looking SW from Linden AVe., 1/2 block east of 21st Ave. South:

Linden Row, June 27, 2020, 3.jpg

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