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30 minutes ago, SJT said:

Alloy Artisan Annex and new chocolatier Poppy and Peep  400 Herron Drive

Welcome to the forum, SJT!  Appreciate the report and pics.  : )

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The .92 acre church parking lot at 916 Acklen Ave. in the 12 South neighborhood has been bought by Jason Bockman for $1.5 million. Mount Gilead Missionary Church (across the street) bought the property for $50,000 in 1993.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:
 

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21107542/12south-area-parking-lot-sells-for-15m

 

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The sale has become final on the lots at 1234-1236 Martin St. in WeHo that were slated for the 5 story Kirby residential project. Core Development, which had bought the 1.5 acre site in 2017 for $1.3 million has now sold it to Houston-based Hines for $6.3 million.  Rumors are that Hines still has plans for a 5 story building, but may be more office oriented w/ ground floor retail.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21107942/wedgewoodhouston-site-sells-for-63m

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

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5 minutes ago, markhollin said:

The sale has become final on the lots at 1234-1236 Martin St. in WeHo that were slated for the 5 story Kirby residential project. Core Development, which had bought the 1.5 acre site in 2017 for $1.3 million has now sold it to Houston-based Hines for $6.3 million.  Rumors are that Hines still has plans for a 5 story building, but may be more office oriented w/ ground floor retail.
 

Sheesh.    I”m not sure if it was Core’s original strategy to buy an d hold, but this turned out to be brilliant investing.   

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On 12/5/2019 at 1:32 PM, PaulChinetti said:

This is with as little as snark as possible but why do Banks keep building branches, how many people still are using them? The very few times I go into a branch, like maybe twice this year. There was me and maybe another person. Seems like such a waste of money.

Go hang out at a branch on a Friday from 3-5pm.  The Inglewood BofA is a gong show every week.

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Victory Hall (5 stories, 40 residential units for homeless veterans) update.  Stairwells/elevators shafts rising to 5th level.

Looking NW from 12th Ave. South, 1/4 block north of Edgehill Ave:

 

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25 minutes ago, smeagolsfree said:

Where did you find this? It is not showing up on the Parcel viewer or the epermit search.

It's under the address of 1111 Gilmore. See if this link works.

https://epermits.nashville.gov/#/permit/3738079?page=1&searchText=1111 Gilmore&searchCode=ADDR&searchType=permit&orderBy=fullAddress ASC,permitNumber ASC

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I did it by date to include all of December and it should have shown up. Sometimes the way Metro does stuff is aggravating. 

 

Thanks for your help on this.

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Additional background:

- M Cubed Developments is pursuing this deal for the .64 acre property at 2510 12th Ave. South/1111 Gilmore Ave. which will cost more than $20 million (the land portion will be around $6 million).

- There are 2 new retailers to Nashville already committed to the 4,2014 sq. ft. retail space (no identities given).

- There will be a plaza featuring public art

- Dryden Architecture handling design.

- Investor funding is in place to secure the construction loan.

- The underground garage will have 70-80 spaces. 

- No word on height other than it will be consistent in scale to the neighborhood.

More info behind NBJ paywall here:

https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/c/hotel-public-art-headline-20m-project-on-12south.html?iana=hpmvp_nsh_news_headline
 

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Alina (originally known as Olympic One, 5 stories, 50 condos) update.

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

Olympic 1, Dec 23, 2019, 1.jpg


Looking NE from Olympic St., 1/2 block east of 9th Ave. South:

Olympic 1, Dec 23, 2019, 2.jpg


Looking west from 8th Ave. South, 1/4 block north of Olympic St:

Olympic 1, Dec 23, 2019, 3.jpg

 

Also, a new rendering:

Olympic One, Alina, Jan 1, 2020, render.png

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Something is brewing (most likely a residential project) for this lot that fronts both 12th Ave. South and Southside Court. 

Looking east from 12th Ave. South,  1/2 block north of Archer St:

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