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Lyric @ Cleveland Park, Phase II  (3 stories, 20 units) update: topped-out.

Looking SE from Cherokee Ave.,  1/2 block east of Jones Ave:

Lyric @ Cleveland Park, June 6, 2021, 1.jpeg


Looking south from Cherokee Ave., 3/4 block east of Jones Ave:

Lyric @ Cleveland Park, June 6, 2021, 2.jpeg


Looking SW from Cherokee Ave., 1/4 block west of Ellington Pkwy:

Lyric @ Cleveland Park, June 6, 2021, 3.jpeg

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Basement East concert venue tornado damage repair update.  New walls and roof in place.  : ) Looking NE from Woodland St., 1/2 block east of South 9th St:

Since many of you liked the old family  photos of Shelby Park  back in the 1940s, I thought I would share with you some of my memories of the places in Inglewood to Madison that have vanished since th

The Eastland (4 stories, 53 units, retail) exterior is nearly complete.  This is one of my favorite new mixed-use designs in East Nashville. Looking NE from intersection of Bailey St. and West East

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20 minutes ago, DJIII said:

I think if Gallatin became much more friendly to bikes and pedestrians, it could support a lot more businesses along the roadway.  I’m talking 8-10’ sidewalks with street trees shading ppl from the brutal sun, and physically (with cement) separated bike lanes. Providing safe cycling and walking amenities has been shown to increase business.

I would love to see that, could you imagine a Gallatin road that looks more like how they were talking about taking 8th South to one lane each direction a couple years back? Not sure what it would take to get the state to sign off on that significant a traffic reduction, not to mention the backlash the plans for 8th got.

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Meridian Park (numerous 2 & 3 story buildings, 156 units) update:  70% of them topped-out.

Looking NW from Lischey Ave., 1/2 bock north of Edith Ave:

Meridian Park, June 6, 2021, 1.jpeg


Looking SE from Meridian St., 1/4 block north of Joy Ave:

Meridian Park, June 6, 2021, 2.jpeg


Looking NE from Meridian St., 1/4 block south of Joy Ave:

Meridian Park, June 6, 2021, 3.jpeg

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Elvira and Keeling (3 stories? 70 townhomes) update: More infrastructure work being set.

Looking NE from intersection of Elvira Ave. and Keeling Ave:

Elvira & Keeling, June 6, 2021, 1.jpeg


Looking NW from Elvira Ave., 1/2 block east of Keeling Ave:

Elvira & Keeling, June 6, 2021, 2.jpeg

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Affordable housing seen as unlikely on East Bank, but Housing Fund CEO optimistic about task force's guiding principles.

More behind the NashvillePost paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/affordable-housing-seen-as-unlikely-on-east-bank/article_fac262d6-cbff-11eb-b890-b3293e4cc4b9.html

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Sunnymeade Commons will be a four 3 story buildings with 28 townhomes at 3930 Gallatin Pike being co-developed by Public Square and Open Works. They paid $1.25 million for the site in February. Will Rosenthal of Open Works is also the architect. A general contractor has not been chosen yet, but the hope is to break ground by late fall.

From Clay Haynes of Public Square: "We are designing spaces that intentionally consider the new work-from-home environment. We live in a creative city and want to deliver a project that Nashville hasn't seen before, one that is thoughtfully designed and future-facing. The units will be all-electric and ready for high-speed electric car chargers from day one. Buyers will find distinctive design touches throughout each unit in an effort to exceed the required energy code standards." 

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/fall-start-eyed-for-east-side-townhome-project/article_2f7208aa-ceb8-11eb-9835-4f2815dde6b1.html
 

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

Sunnymeade Commons, June 16, 2021, site map.png

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918 Main St. (5 stories, 6 units, ground floor retail) has applied for for a stormwater permit for grading at the site.

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https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/notes-loan-issued-to-allow-for-start-of-pie-town-project/article_6399803a-cef0-11eb-863e-476103c7e924.html

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