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Some updates for the Development Map:

- Hampton Inn Skyline is complete and open.

- Red Oak Flats at Envision Cayce is actually on the east side of South 7th St.,  from Martha O'Bryan Center on the North to Lenore St. on the south.  It is underway.

-  Kirkpatrick Homes (Envision Cayce Phase I) is complete and open.

-  306 Arrington  may be the same spot as Brock's new restaurant at 809 Meridian (which is under construction).  Was 306 Arrington supposed to be mixed-use?

- Townhomes at SE corner of Dominican and 9th Ave. North underway (looks like it will be about 4 buildings and 12-16 units).

- The Market Street repurposing of buildings at NW corner of Overton and Mansion St. are complete, with Patagonia Nashville, and Superica both open now.

- There's a row of 6 3-story townhomes going up at NE corner of 28th Ave. North and Booker St.

-  Crave @ City Heights is actually in the spot where you have Thrive @ City Heights (just need to switch them).  But you are correct that Crave is now u.c.

-  McKissack Park Townhomes is now being called Axis 27, and is u.c.

- Silo Bend Multi Housing Addition is u.c. and topped-out at 3 stories (at least the first building).

- 1211 57th Ave. North repurposing is U.C. (actually looks almost complete).

- Thrive Homes/Condos at NW corner of California and 57th Ave North looks to be underway.

- Treaty Oaks looks to be adding some more homes in theSE quadrant of their development (butting up against the 1211 57th Ave. North project).

- Fairgrounds Expo Center is now complete and open.

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1 hour ago, smeagolsfree said:

I started updating a few this morning. Its a never ending battle and its not slowing down for me.

Yep...completely relate. I  figure that I am taking photos every few months of about 250 different construction sites throughout Davidson County (and sometimes Williamson and Wilson).  Certainly one of the busiest metros of its size in North America for new projects.  Keep track of it is quite the ongoing endeavor.  : )


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