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Just like Dickerson, Murfreesboro Rd is/was bound to start popping, too many empty lots and low density buildings very close to downtown. 

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The remodel of the former Katy K's Ranch Dressing into a restaurant continues. Walls being opened up, foundation laid for new front patio. 

Looking NW from12th Ave. South at intersection with Caruthers Ave:

 

Katy K, Aug 24, 2019.jpg

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Speedwagon Properties has purchased more land in Chestnut Hill: a 3 parcel 1.01 acre site at 937, 939, and 941 6th Ave. South for $4 million.  The same land sold in 2013 for $750,000.  Design Light operates out of the one story building on site now, but is going to move.  In June, Speedway bought 915 and 919 5th Ave. South for $5.1 million.  No word yet on Speedwagons' plans. 

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/commercial-real-estate/article/21084939/building-near-brewery-sells-for-4m

 

941 6th Ave. South, Sept 3, 2019, site.png


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

941 6th Ave. South, Sept 3, 2019, site map.png

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Hard to say at this point in time. They seem to be doing some co-developing with Mark McDonald I think on the 16th & Grand site for a hotel. I think they were some of the money behind that.

They are also leasing the building at Rosa Parks & Church to the Sonder Corp. for an Air B& B. I think they land bank and also put deals together and hold onto the land. I am unsure as to where their money comes from. 

I do know they are working on another major deal, but I do not know if they are going to co-develop or lease the land once they buy it if they buy it. This one could be huge.

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Orange Therapy (1 story redevelopment of storefront) update.

Looking SW from intersection of 8th Ave. South and Horner Ave:

Orange Theory, 8th Ave South, Aug 25, 2019.jpg

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The Olympic (5 stories, 50 units) update. Up to 4th floor now.

Last week, looking NW from Olympic St., 1/2 block west of 8th Ave. South:

Olympic, Aug 31, 2019.jpg


Yesterday, looking NW from Olympic St., 1/2 block west of 8th Ave. South:

Olympic, Sept 8, 2019, 1.jpg


Looking west from 8th Ave. South, 1/2 block north of Olympic St:

Olympic, Sept 8, 2019, 2.jpg

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Lofts of Brentwood will be an apartment complex at 1616 Bell Rd. featuring 70 units (unknown amount of buildings or stories). The land was purchased for the several acre site at $1.1 million in July by an unknown entity.  Batten & Shaw is listed on metro records as the contractor for a permit of $6.1 million. no renderings yet.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/construction/article/21085851/permit-patrol-9-sept-2019

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

 

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3 hours ago, markhollin said:

^ ^ ^ That is really off the beaten path.  Not an area one (warehouses and factories) associates with entertainment.  

Thats what I am thinking. Guess we will see what will happen.

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8th & Bass ($100+, two 7 story mixed use of hotel and office plus garage at 910 8th Ave. South) update.  Some of the structures starting to be razed.

Looking NE from 8th Ave. South at intersection with South St:
 

8th & Bass, Sept 12, 2019.jpg

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On 8/1/2019 at 9:23 AM, smeagolsfree said:

Its moving forward slowly. It will be happening in phases. This just popped up on D Tracker this morning.

Application Submittal 7/31/2019
MPC Agenda Date 9/12/2019
Administrative Approval  
Case # 2019S-170-001
Ordinance # Not applicable for this application type
Previous Ordinance #'s  
Associated Case #  
Associated Bond #  
Reviewer FRONT COUNTER
Application Name The Park at Hillside
Application Type Subdivision (Final Plat)
Application Scope A request for final plat approval to create three lots and dedicate right of way on properties located at 1501 Hillside Avenue and 929 Edgehill Avenue, at the southwest corner of Edgehill Avenue and Hillside Avenue E, zoned SP (12.17 acres), requested by Kimley-Horn & Associates, applicant; Park at Hillside, LLC and 929 Edgehill, LLC, owners.
Scanned Application View Scanned Application
Scanned Plans View Scanned Plan
Property Address / Location 929 EDGEHILL AVE 37203
Applicant Kimley-Horn John Richard Patterson 615-564-2706 [email protected]

Any update on what came of this? Thanks in advance!

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8th Ave. South and Gale Ave. Retail Center (remodel and expansion of existing strip center) update.  Raised facades being placed, new slots on SW side of complex being built.

 Looking north from intersection of 8th Ave. South and Berry Rd:

8th Ave South & Gale Center, Sept 6, 2019, 1.jpg


 Looking west from intersection of 8th Ave. South and Berry Rd:

8th Ave South & Gale Center, Sept 6, 2019, 2.jpg

 

Looking NE from Gale Lane, 1/2 block SW of 8th Ave. South:

8th Ave South & Gale Center, Sept 6, 2019, 3.jpg


Looking south from intersection of Gale Lane and 8th Ave. South:

8th Ave South & Gale Center, Sept 6, 2019, 4.jpg

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The 28 townhome development by Red Seal Homes at 630 Hamilton Ave. in WeHo is about to get underway. The working moniker is Hamilton Avenue Townhomes. Bell Construction is the contractor. Some nondescript low-level manufacturing buildings/warehouses on the site will be razed. 

This will be located just to the south of the large Swayze Properties mixed-use development that is being planned by Hysmith-Fowler.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/williamson/brentwood/2019/09/16/new-businesses-opening-hill-center-brentwood/2341926001/

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

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Wow! That section of town is changing FAST! A transformation from industrial to urban residential would never have been believed 30 years ago. 

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Franklin Road Academy expansion (3 stories) update.  Complete and open.

Looking east from main entrance road off of Franklin Road, just north of Robertson Academy Rd:
 

Franklin Road Academy, Sept 5, 2019.jpg

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