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On 7/20/2022 at 9:08 AM, markhollin said:

18-22 Ligon Ave. (6 & 8 stories, 54 units, 2,100 sq. ft. office space, 4,000 sq. ft. restaurant, internal garage on .55 acre) has been approved by MDHA Design Review Committee. Randy Arnold is the developer; Michael Hindman Architects will oversee design; Harpeth Civil is the engineer; Heibert + Ball are in charge of landscape architecture. 

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/mdha-approves-plan-for-dickerson-project/article_c0bae018-079f-11ed-a11d-4338898fd3b3.html

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Color me surprised. I will be interested to see the minutes from that meeting to see how they made their case.

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On 6/21/2022 at 9:35 AM, Bos2Nash said:

714 & 730 Main Street: Fencing went up a little while ago, but a drilling rig was on site this morning. My presumption is this is for a geotechnical report for structural design. 

Couldn't grab a picture, but this is the location from Smeag's development map

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Building came down this morning. Didn't snap a pic (driving), but the excavator was actively cleaning up the debris pile on my way into the office.

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The Six.O.Nine development (4 stories, 120 condos, 3.9 acres) slated for 609 Creative Way has been nixed, and the land is now up for sale at $3.9 million.  Developers Jeff Corbett and Michael Ellsworth originally bought the site for $365,000 six years ago.  This makes a 935% mark-up that they are seeking. 

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

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Story Hermitage will be a six building, 4 story,  320 unit apartment complex on 17.45 acres at 4156 Central Pike, backing-up to I-40. Carter USA is the developer; Civil Site Design Group is in charge of land planning/engineering. No word on architect, and no renderings yet. 

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/atlanta-company-eyes-hermitage-apartment-development/article_b8428c24-0de9-11ed-a902-cb98dbe55881.html

This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map. shows the site highlighted in teal at the enter of the frame:
 

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I never ever know how this works at Cayce Homes. D Tracker has a huge chunk of land set aside and it never corresponds with what really gets built. land wise. This has always been so confusing, and I am pretty much giving up till each project is done.

Never any rhyme or reason to what Metro does when it comes to their own projects.  The site plans needs to correspond directly to the parcel involved and not the general area in red. I know it gives the corner on the site plan, but no other D Tracker items are like this. Only metro projects. They are SPECIAL!

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3 minutes ago, Bos2Nash said:

800 Main Street has had core drilling on site a couple days this week. Doesn't really say anything is imminent though. This probably is geotechnical investigation that provides information to structural engineers. Does tell be the project is still active in a certain sense.

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This permit popped up the other day for this site. Not really sure what it means: https://epermits.nashville.gov/#/permit/4183210?page=1&searchText=800 main st&searchCode=ADDR&searchType=permit&orderBy=permitNumber DESC

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1 hour ago, WebberThomas4 said:

Hmmm, obviously this means they are going for some form of zoning change or at least a BZA type request. Looking at the zoning of MUG-A (current zoning) which allows 7 stories in 105' tall, but also has a cap of 3.0 in a Floor-to-Area ratio. Maybe they would like to get up to a 5.0 FAR which would require an SP or a rezone to MUI-A (that would be a decent lift on Gallatin). It may also be a setback request as MUG-A requires a step-back at 5 floors, but with the site being on a pretty big topographic change, that can impact a development alot (I am dealing with right now in another part of town), so they may be asking for a bit of reprieve from the step-back on one of the frontages.

@bwithers1 can you provide some insight in what at least the ask is (not asking for provide project details) 

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23 hours ago, Nashvillain said:

Nashville needs housing. It needs housing along and nearby transit. This would be a good place for that. Who said anything about the Gulch? 

I did.  And Nashville doesn't need housing so much as Nashville needs affordable housing. It needs apartments that aren't "luxury" apartments and houses and condos that aren't bought up by out-of-town investors and short term rental slumlords. If what you're suggesting is that it would be better to have an extra story or two above the businesses for apartments, I agree. But I also know that it would more than likely end up being another STR hotel like the one above the Vandyke.

 

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