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Not to mention, you'd be surprised at what some people consider "downtown".

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4 hours ago, bnaflyer said:

Not sure if this has already been reported somewhere on here, but it looks as though Bricktops will be taking the ground floor  restaurant space lease in the Bridgestone Building for the newest location of that chain. 

Wow! 

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4 hours ago, bnaflyer said:

Not sure if this has already been reported somewhere on here, but it looks as though Bricktops will be taking the ground floor  restaurant space lease in the Bridgestone Building for the newest location of that chain. 

Where is this information coming from?

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Criminal Justice Center (4 stories, $120 million) update. Exterior nearly complete.

Looking north from intersection of 3rd Ave. North and James Robertson Parkway:

Criminal Justice Center, June 29, 2019, 1.jpg


Looking SE from intersection of 3rd Ave. North and Gay St:

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Looking south from intersection of 2nd Ave. North and Gay St:

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56 minutes ago, markhollin said:

By early September Dollar General will open a DGX in SoBro at 206 3rd Ave. South next to City Tap House Nashville and across Third from mixed-use tower Encore.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/retail/article/21077533/dollar-general-to-open-in-sobro-by-summers-end

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So very excited for this. I frequent the one on West End all of the time, and it’s the perfect concept for this part of downtown. 

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214 3rd Ave. North (which also backs up to Printers Alley) is now for sale at $7.97 million.  The 4 story structure was built in 1900, and most recently sold five years ago for $2.3 million. The property is perfect for short-term rentals as it provides  loft-style units differing from the surrounding hotels, according the the sellers.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/residential-real-estate/article/21077346/historic-downtown-building-offered-for-797m

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The Voorhees Building as well as several other masonry structures on 2.57 acres at 700 8th Ave. South are about to change hands again, this time the Somera Road Company obtaining it from the  Harmolio Group for an undisclosed price.

A Somera Road spokeswoman said the company is exploring redevelopment options for the site, which include selling some of the parcels and potential joint venture options. The plan is for the Voorhees Building to be upgraded (lobby, windows, elevators, etc.) and converted into creative Class A office space.

Manuel Zeitlin Architects and ESa, both locally based, have been enlisted for design and architecture efforts, the spokeswoman said.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21077711/nyc-company-to-buy-gritty-gulch-building

 

 

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Another real estate transaction has occurred at a quality piece near Printers Alley: 218 4th Ave. North (which had been home to the Which Wich shop up until a few years ago) has sold for $7.86 million to an unidentified buyer.  Now word on their intentions for the site.

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/commercial-real-estate/article/21077754/downtown-building-near-hotels-sell-for-786m

 

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I've often wondered why no one has considered extending Printers Alley as an entertainment district further to the south.  It now appears that the owners of One Nashville Place are looking to do. jus that.   They will go before MDHA Design Review Committee today to seek approval for a beer garden of sorts that would exist on the backside of their building, which borders the famous alley.   This could jumpstart the rest of that portion inbeingde eloped as well.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/commercial-real-estate/article/21078231/printers-alley-eyed-for-beer-garden


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