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3 hours ago, markhollin said:

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:

12th & Southside Court, Dec29, 2019.jpg

I am pretty sure I saw permits for this area and it is more of the same that is already there. More of the modernist homes that have been built there.

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Does anyone know what exactly is taking the Publix so long? It seems we'll get that long-awaited 700-footer before this is finished.

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The Finery North will be a 6 story project by Hines on 1.8 acres at 1231 Martin St. They just finished the purchase of the site from Diskin Cider folks for $6.5 million. Two nondescript, non-historical buildings will be razed.  This is immediately to the north of the popular Diskin Cider brewery. No word on how many residential units in the mixed-use proposal, nor any rendering. 

Hines also has plans for several other lots bordering on this one.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21109165/houston-developer-pays-65m-for-weho-site

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

Finery North, 1231 Martin St, Jan 8, 2020, site map.png

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Hines is buying more property in WeHo. https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21109165/houston-developer-pays-65m-for-weho-site

Anyone here heard any rumors about whatever Hines might have cooking?  Are these properties they've bought in the area all contiguous? It seems to me that Hines sees a lot of potential to mirror Germantown's success. 

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Restaurant at 2407 12th Ave. South update. Conversion of the former Katy K's Ranch Dressing moving along.

Looking NW from 12th Ave. South, 1/4 block south of Caruthers Ave:

Katy K restaurant, Jan 5, 2020.jpg

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The Store (1 story food pantry for the poor) update.  Complete and ready to be stocked.

Looking east from intersection of 12th Ave. South and Caldwell Ave:

 

The Store, Jan 5, 2020, 1.jpg

The Store, Jan 5, 2020, 2.jpg

The Store, Jan 5, 2020, 3.jpg

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^^Anyone know how “The Store” will work?  Is it a voucher system or something?  Can you actually buy anything there...or is it all free for those in need?

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1 hour ago, titanhog said:

^^Anyone know how “The Store” will work?  Is it a voucher system or something?  Can you actually buy anything there...or is it all free for those in need?

From their website:

WHAT WE DO

The Store will operate as a year-round free grocery store allowing people to shop for their basic needs. Clients are given the opportunity to come to The Store for a one-year period. There is no charge to those referred or to the people and agencies that send them. They may shop for food to supplement their income during times of crisis and as they work toward self-sufficiency.

A philosophy of community empowerment means we aim to solve hunger issues in our community by developing programs to meet the needs of the community, including partnering with other organizations on issues of food security. We believe in cooperation and collaboration between organizations to better serve the population. Over time, we plan to develop additional supplemental services beyond the grocery store, such as job training, cooking and nutrition classes.

HOW WE DO IT

The Store is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit referral-based program that will offer a variety of foods that will help individuals strive for healthier lives through choice, dignity and sustainability. The Store does not, and shall not, discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation or military status, in any of its activities or operations.

Our goal is to serve at least 3,000 people a year.

OUR OFFERINGS

We are pleased to partner with Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and others in providing a variety of products both perishable and nonperishable. We can operate as a free grocery store because of the donations we receive from individuals and corporations. All the food in The Store will follow guidelines set for us by dieticians from Second Harvest Food Bank.

In doing their own shopping, our guests not only have a sense of dignity, but also a higher satisfaction with the food they are able to choose.
We will offer donated food, as well as purchased, deeply discounted food from Second Harvest Food Bank and other sources. 
We are also thrilled to offer a private line of specialty body care products in collaboration with Thistle Farms in Nashville, TN.

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Martin Flats (3 stories, 150 units) update.  1 structure down.  Some fencing up, and erosion barriers around the site.

Looking SW from intersection of Humphreys St. and Martin St:

Martin Flats, Jan 12, 2020.jpg

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A large 8.3 acre tract at the SE portion of the I-24/Harding Rd. interchange is up for sale at $6.5 million.  It had been home to a large motel at one time, but has been sitting empty for years now.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21109782/large-south-nashville-site-listed-for-65m
 

343 Harding Place, Jan 13, 2020, site map .png

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Crossroads Church of Antioch is selling its vacant property at 540 Collins Drive for $2.09 million to Lux Development Group, and local home builder.  This is just east of the u.c. Best Western Plus.  

More behind The Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21110425/fairfield-inn-set-for-one-bellevue-place

 

540 Collins Park Drive, Jan 15, 2020, site.png

540 Collins Park Drive, Jan 15, 2020, site map.png

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Also, an 18.2 acre lot at 2901 Old Franklin Rd. (just east of the new LKQ headquarters) has been purchased for $4.4 million by Graycliff Capital Development out of South Carolina, who specializes in apartment projects. The seller was a group affiliated with Freeland Realty.

More behind The Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/residential-real-estate/article/21110394/antioch-businessman-sells-parcel-for-44m


 

Graycliff Capital, 2901 Old Franklin Rd., Jan 15, 2020, site map.png

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The site for the mixed-use development Novel Edgehill (2.7 acres at 801 12th Ave. South) has sold for $13.5 million to Crescent Communities.  Appears the same complex will be built there (approx. 5 stories, 290 units, some ground floor retail).

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21110972/edgehill-site-eyed-for-project-sells-for-135m

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Best Western Plus Hotel (4 stories, 82 rooms) update. One elevator shaft/stairwell up.

Looking NE from Collins Park Drive, 1/2 block east of Bell Road:

 

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Publix Grocery 8th South (3 stories, 39,600 sq. ft.) update.   Foundation walls starting to get definition on east side.

Looking east from intersection of Bradford Ave. and Glen Ave:

Screen Shot 2020-01-18 at 7.39.43 AM.png


Looking north from intersection of Bradford Ave. and Glen Ave:

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The Anson (multiple 4 story buildings, 548 units) update:  Complete and open.

Looking SW from intersection of Bell Rd., 1/2 block west of Brittany Park Dr:
 

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12 minutes ago, markhollin said:

The Anson (multiple 4 story buildings, 548 units) update:  Complete and open.

Looking SW from intersection of Bell Rd., 1/2 block west of Brittany Park Dr:
 

Screen Shot 2020-01-19 at 7.39.41 AM.png

Mark, Your going to have to give me more to go on as to where this is. I may have it on the map under a different name. 

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3 minutes ago, smeagolsfree said:

Mark, Your going to have to give me more to go on as to where this is. I may have it on the map under a different name. 

I think this is what was once Whetstone Flats.

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31 minutes ago, markhollin said:

I think this is what was once Whetstone Flats.

Thanks, that works as the number of units is the same. Trying  to work on the map some. It a chore......:tw_anguished:

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