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1313 Dickerson Pike update: 2nd floor being added to existing structure that houses a beauty salon.

Looking NE from Dickerson Pike, 1/4 block south of Fern Ave:

 

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Core Development's High View Cottages and Flats (five 3 &4 story buildings with 88 condos, and  seventy-five 2 & 3 story cottages on 10 acres at 600 East Trinity Lane) is expected to get underway at the end of this summer.  Core bought the site in 2015 for $1.26 million. 

Many of the residences will have roof-top decks offering views of the city. The development will feature a pool, dog park, and trail-oriented green space.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/residential-real-estate/article/21138731/presales-underway-for-east-side-residential-project
 

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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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Lindsley Place (3 stories, 20 units) update. Topped out, and windows installed.

Looking NW from intersection of Cleveland St. and Meridian St:

 

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5 hours ago, markhollin said:

Eastwood Village (rehab of  Hobson United Methodist Church, circa 1851/1924, into offices/retail) update.  More fencing up, continued work on interiors.

Looking SE from intersection of Greenwood Ave. and Chapel Ave:

Eastwood Village, June 14, 2020, 1.jpg


Looking north from Chapel Ave., at intersection with Roberts Ave:

Eastwood Village, June 14, 2020, 2.jpg

I believe their last hurdle is getting the final SP approved by the planning commission. They were just issued a permit for interior demolition of the parsonage house. Maybe @bwithers1  can chime in. 

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Robinson Townhomes (2 stories, 300 units) update.  First phase nearing completion.

Looking east from intersection of Old Hickory Blvd/Robinson Rd. and Hickory Industrial Way:

Robinson Townhomes, June 14, 2020, 1.jpg


Looking south from Hickory Industrial Way, 1/2 block north of Robinson Rd:

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Oakwood Flats (multiple 2, 3, & 4  story structures, 270 units) update.  Complete and open.

Looking north from Oakwood Ave.,  near intersection with Paulawood Dr:

Oakwood Flats, June 14, 2020, 1.jpg


Various angles from within the complex:

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Two East Nashville area stories this morning:

1) The Aloft Hotel (5 stories 103 rooms) at 608 McGavock Pike has received a $13 million permit for construction to start by J.A. Fielden contractors.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/construction/article/21139136/permit-patrol-6-july-2020

2) The former Bill Martin Grocery site on 1 acre at 1105 Fatherland St.  has sold again, this time for $4.5 million, a 28% boost from its sale just 15 months ago.  Music City Prep Clinic is the new owner.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/commercial-real-estate/article/21139131/exeast-side-grocery-property-sells-for-45m

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Updates from CM 8 Nancy VanReece's monthly newsletter:

 

Momentum Continues

Updates posted throughout the month of June on the D8 Socials:
  • Music City Roots in the permitting stage
  • Madison Station Blvd off to  procurement negotiations for groundbreaking
  • Maplewood Trace sidewalk contract selected soon for construction
  • Hart Lane TDOT construction continues to carve back from the roadway for sidewalks to school
  • The Briar at Creative Way and Briarville Road went to the market for first units
  • Arrowhead at Maplewood looking strong
  • Speed Reduction Plan Phase One at Creative Way and Brariville rewarded 
  • Nashville State Community College breaks ground in neighboring D10 ( side note: a Chipolte coming to a part of the area where Toys R Us was)
  • Creative Way Village Brownstones enter the market and brings a bit of Brooklyn to Madison
  • The Edison School comes to  Ascension Luthern Church on Old Hickory Blvd.
  • The Amqui Station Farmers Market  is thriving in its 7th season
  • Big conversations still happening for the bold future of Madison Town Center and  Due West Towers
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829 Dickerson (4 stories, mixed-use, ground floor retail/restaurant, and 3 levels of residential) on .83 acre will go before MDHA's Design Review Committee tomorrow (Tuesday) for approval of exterior design.  Pfeffer Torode Architecture handled the design for 829-D LLC. New renderings below.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/commercial-real-estate/article/21139318/cummins-station-slated-for-update
 

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10 hours ago, markhollin said:



1) The Aloft Hotel (5 stories 103 rooms) at 608 McGavock Pike has received a $13 million permit for construction to start by J.A. Fielden contractors.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/construction/article/21139136/permit-patrol-6-july-2020
 

 

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11 hours ago, markhollin said:

Two East Nashville area stories this morning:

1) The Aloft Hotel (5 stories 103 rooms) at 608 McGavock Pike has received a $13 million permit for construction to start by J.A. Fielden contractors.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/construction/article/21139136/permit-patrol-6-july-2020

2) The former Bill Martin Grocery site on 1 acre at 1105 Fatherland St.  has sold again, this time for $4.5 million, a 28% boost from its sale just 15 months ago.  Music City Prep Clinic is the new owner.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/commercial-real-estate/article/21139131/exeast-side-grocery-property-sells-for-45m

How in the hell is Music City Prep allowed to operate on this site when it is in the 5 Point Redevelopment district of MDHA?  Area is clearly marked as Mixed Use on the map.  Health Clinic's aren't listed as a permitted use.

 

http://www.nashville-mdha.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Five-Points-Redevelopment-Plan.pdf

 

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Howdy Motel (rehab of 1950s-era Metro Motel, 18 units) update.   Exterior paint job nearing completion.

Looking SW from Dickerson Pike, 1/4 block north of Marie St:
 

Howdy Motel:Metro Motel, June 14, 2020.jpg

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11 hours ago, CandyAisles said:

How in the hell is Music City Prep allowed to operate on this site when it is in the 5 Point Redevelopment district of MDHA?  Area is clearly marked as Mixed Use on the map.  Health Clinic's aren't listed as a permitted use.

 

http://www.nashville-mdha.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Five-Points-Redevelopment-Plan.pdf

 

I think you answered in your pdf., as it is a redevelopment plan. This is not a redevelopment. This is a reuse.

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30 minutes ago, smeagolsfree said:

I think you answered in your pdf., as it is a redevelopment plan. This is not a redevelopment. This is a reuse.

That’s not how the overlay works. That’s how base zoning works. And it’s only reuse if it’s the same..........use.

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25 minutes ago, CandyAisles said:

That’s not how the overlay works. That’s how base zoning works. And it’s only reuse if it’s the same..........use.

They are probably waiting until the redevelopment district goes away at the end of 2020.

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10 hours ago, markhollin said:

Howdy Motel (rehab of 1950s-era Metro Motel, 18 units) update.   Exterior paint job nearing completion.
 

Oh goodness, "Howdy Motel?" I think that may be leaning a little too much in to the country/honky tonk motif.  Sounds like something you'd see in Gulf Shores in the 70's.

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