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42 minutes ago, markhollin said:

927 Woodland (rehab/addition for a 3 story bar) update: Topped out.

Looking NW from Woodland St., 1/4 block east of Mcferrin Ave:

927 Woodland, May 8, 2021, 1.jpeg


Looking NE from intersection of Woodland St. and Mcferrin Ave:

927 Woodland, May 8, 2021, 2.jpeg

This one has taken forever. It was started years ago. Then the tornado and other weather disasters. Then I think a fir, too. I feel bad for those guys.

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Studio 79 will be the name of the 4 story, 79 unit residential project at 3810 Gallatin Pike being developed by Urban Growth Capital. A  church structure that is currently on the site will be torn down to make way for the $10 million project being designed by Manuel Zeitlin Architects. Bacar Constructors will be the contractor. Wilson Bank & Trust is providing the loan.

More behind  the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/residential-project-set-for-inglewood-site/article_824f1dc0-b40e-11eb-95e7-0fc2e07ade9b.html
 

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This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in red at the center of the frame:

Studio 79, May 12, 2021, site map.png

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6 hours ago, markhollin said:

Studio 79, May 12, 2021, render 1.png

Decent infill, but definitely doesn't do anything for me. I  wish the city had requirements for ground floor commercial along roads such as Gallatin and Dickerson. Yes, people beotch about zoning, but requiring that type of activation would dramatically improve Gallatin without a whole lot of investment from the city. A short term loss would be it would slow down development/construction, but the long term gain is we would have true mixed-use corridors that would alleviate the need for cars, which would drive up demand for better public transit.

5 hours ago, smeagolsfree said:

I will say the project in blue to the right will be updating soo as well. We will be having some more info. coming as soon as we can get some images. This is the one at 3930 Gallatin.

The Live/Work condos, right?

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I think they are going to be townhome but not sure what Clay Haynes said. It was originally a four story building but I think that concept was from the previous owner. New owner, new plan.

 

I see these projects change from the start sometimes to another and then another. I sometimes see one lot get 3 different things proposed before something gets built on it. That is why I get a little confused sometimes because there was an older project proposed there 5 or 6 years ago or now even longer after watching this crap for so long. The worst area for this is Eat Trinity. I have see one lot with four different proposals!

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Creative Way Villages (multiple 3 & 4 story buildings, 150 units?) update: Several are topped-out.

Looking SE from Creative Way, 1/2 block west of Briarville Rd:

Creative Way Villages, May 8, 2021, 1.jpeg


Looking NW from Inspiration Blvd., 1/4 block south of Creative Way:

Creative Way Villages, May 8, 2021, 2.jpeg


Looking NE from Inspiration Blvd., 1/2 block south of Creative Way:

Creative Way Villages, May 8, 2021, 3.jpeg

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1 hour ago, markhollin said:

A brewery is being planned for a refurbished McGavock House (circa 1840) on an L-shaped .85 acre site at 908 Meridian St. and 206 Vaughn St. in Cleveland Park. It will include outdoor seating, and preservation of the lawn in front of the old mansion.  Towery Development is in charge of the project, and Fulmer-Lucas is the architect/land planner.  Sketches of additional structures below. 

More at NashvilleNowNext here:

https://nashvillenownext.com/2021/05/17/proposed-brewery-at-historic-mcgavock-house-site-in-east-nashville/

More info on McGavock House history here:

https://nashvillehistory.blogspot.com/2011/05/mcgavock-house.html?m=1
 

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I'm not aware of any licensed architects with this company.

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18 minutes ago, CandyAisles said:

I'm not aware of any licensed architects with this company.

Also couldn't tell from the article who is going to operate the brewery/restaurant.   Not sure if there is an existing brewery lined up or if they are just marketing it as a space suitable for a brewery.      

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9 minutes ago, bwithers1 said:

We have done and are doing everything that we can to anticipate and to accommodate Edgefield neighborhood concerns, But there is opposition regardless, and people who have expressed support for adding housing density to the Woodland Street corridor have been subjected to vitriol.

This is so very bizarre and unfortunate. I want to tell these folks to move to the countryside if they don't want appropriate density and city life. Get real! Arrgghh. Just wait until Oracle-related housing pressure starts to pop EN at the seams. 

Also, our codes and planning processes sucketh. My understanding is that SP was being (mostly) scrapped in favor of re-zoning in order to save time and resources. I'm seeing the same thing on a smaller project I'm involved with in S. Nashville. Very frustrating...and needlessly so.

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