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On 1/4/2020 at 6:52 AM, markhollin said:

Interior demo has begun at 501 Union St. Exterior will also be remodeled.

 

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Glad to see this remodel happening.   For those who haven't tried this place, Rae's has some of the best sandwiches and soups downtown.   

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2 minutes ago, Bark At The Sun said:

Glad to see this remodel happening.   For those who haven't tried this place, Rae's has some of the best sandwiches and soups downtown.   

Rae's has THE best sandwiches and soups downtown.   There, fixed that for you.

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1 hour ago, Bark At The Sun said:

Glad to see this remodel happening.   For those who haven't tried this place, Rae's has some of the best sandwiches and soups downtown.   

Rae’s ROCKS! (And that office building really needs this makeover...hope they smooth-coat over that hideous exposed aggregate on the majority of the exterior.)

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CrossBridge Connection Center will be a 4 story building that will help end cycles of addiction, incarceration, and generational poverty.  It will be located on the empty lot at 33 Lindsley Ave. Crossbridge, Inc. currently works in the adjacent historic structure, and this will serve as an expansion. There will be 18 parking spaces in the back (facing I-40 inner loop).  

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21108914/mdha-oks-rutledge-hill-project-plan

 

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16 hours ago, BnaBreaker said:

There's that patented Nashville double sidewalk again.  

That one looks like a handicap ramp where the handrails weren't rendered. But yes, it's ridiculous when it shows up.

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On 1/7/2020 at 4:45 PM, PaulChinetti said:

I would love to see some more cross interstate connections between Lindsley and Carroll street. 

Not until Envision Sudekum Napier is completed. That could be 30 years down the road.

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The empty .22 acre parcel at 629 7th Ave. South (just south of Jack White's Third Man Records) has been purchased  for $5.3 million by an unknown entity. The property has las sold for $485,000 in 2006. 

Obviously, with that kind of investment for 1/5th of an acre , there must be something quite interesting being planned for this. 

More behind The Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/commercial-real-estate/article/21110721/pie-town-parcels-sells-for-53m

 

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2 hours ago, markhollin said:

The 5 level, 400 capacity garage between the Trolley Barns and Rolling Mill Hill has been OK'd by the Metro Historic Zoning Commission, and images released.  The address is 15 Lea Ave., and sits down the hill from the Metro General Hospital Building which was converted into apartments a decade a go. A pedestrian bridge will connect to The Ryman Lofts.  

It will be known as the Trolley Barnes Parking Garage. Kline Swinney is serving as architect. Barge Cauthen & Associates is the civil engineer.

When work on the garage is completed, the RMH Site K surface parking lot, which is adjacent to Korean Veterans Boulevard and near the Gateway Bridge, can be cleared and prepped for a mixed-use project from veteran developer Ray Hensler (32 stories).

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21111134/rolling-mill-hill-project-image-released

Anyone have a link or access to the MDHA filings with drawings/renderings that are less compressed? The images published by the Post are illegible.

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9 minutes ago, WebberThomas4 said:

Thanks. This confirmed what I suspected. The bridge to the Ryman Lofts is a vehicle entrance/exit, not a pedestrian bridge as the Post article states.

 

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39 minutes ago, NashWellington11 said:

Thanks. This confirmed what I suspected. The bridge to the Ryman Lofts is a vehicle entrance/exit, not a pedestrian bridge as the Post article states.

 

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These were my exact thoughts too. I am presuming that they will have to add security gates at the bridge on the garage side so that the Ryman Lofts parking lot remains secure, especially if this is a public garage that is essentially replacing the surface lot with Hensler's tower will be going

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On 1/17/2020 at 9:23 AM, markhollin said:

The NE corner of 5th and Broadway (424-428 Broadway) which is home to Legends Gifts and Legends Corner has sold for $8.94 million to country legends, Inc. (Brenda Sanderson and Ruble Sanderson who own multiple other Lower Broadway properties). The one story structure does not hold particular historical value, so will be interesting to see if they build (or add on) several stories for more honky tonk/tourism  opportunity.  The previous owners (the Davenport family) bought the site for $150,000 in 1978.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/commercial-real-estate/article/21110723/lower-broad-buildings-sell-for-89m

 

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Does $8.9million seem low for that location?

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26 minutes ago, japan said:

Does $8.9million seem low for that location?

Depends.  If it's based on square footage and not being able to demo and build something substantial in its place...probably not.  If they're able to build something larger...then probably so.

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