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57 minutes ago, MLBrumby said:

Was this recently released? If so, any updates on when (if) this one starts? 

Last November.  Still no further word on particulars like start date.  

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I saw the image somewhere (?) and carefully compared it to the site plan which was on the tracker a few months ago and determined it matched exactly. My conclusion was the image was a massing diagram of the revised project. My card, in which I changed the contrast of the picture to heighten the colors......

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The original proposal (in which the residential was to be 257') is in the upper left.

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But the residential tower appears now to be 27 floors. If true then the building would be closer to 270'.  

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I think the Rudy image is left over from the first go around and we have not seen any kind of massing for the new building. They were supposed to go in front of Planning in Jan. and did not. So this one is off track now. Will have to check on.

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Is that a renovation of the old Jackson's building or a new structure?  I love that they're keeping with the theme of Hillsboro Village but I was hoping  that whatever replaced Jackson's filled up that sliver of parking lot on the corner in the process.

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It'll be tough to renovate the old Jackson's building because, quite frankly, there's nothing left! :lol:

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18 minutes ago, Vrtigo said:

It'll be tough to renovate the old Jackson's building because, quite frankly, there's nothing left! :lol:

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Oh!  I was referring to the dumpster full of rubble on the lot... surely that could be renovated into some micro-apartments or something!  Haha... :) Thanks for the info!  I missed that update.

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14 hours ago, markhollin said:

-Fairgrounds greenspace/soccer fields are now open.

-Holiday Inn SoBro is now open.

Amazing timing for Holiday Inn.  Wonder what the rates are for hotels during this draft weekend?

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I will probably be working on the map more this weekend so if anyone has any other addition, completions, deletions, etc., please post here.

Thanks as this is so helpful to have them on this page!

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Did a little further research and there are a few other projects on the Base 4 site that I cant find info on here in Nashville. They are also the architects for the Staybridge and Hyatt House in Cool Springs.

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Yep I saw that yesterday on  a brief drive, and the Baptist Church project has started IMO as part of the building is now down. I will change that on the map as well.

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ML Brumby found this. Address is 3647 Central Pike, near the Medical Center in Hermitage area.  Looks like around 17 units which are 'preselling' now.   
 

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Out of town, will have to sit tight for a bit on all the ones that have been posted here for the last couple of weeks.

Thanks for the updates!

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