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I give them credit for trying to make the buildings interesting, but I keep thinking all that wood blocks a lot of views, especially for the top units.

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The Spacebox Storage building at 4305 Alabama Ave, which recently topped-out, should be open by late June. It will also feature 3,980 sq. ft. of ground level retail besides the predominant storage space. 

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/commercial-real-estate/article/21070787/notes-latejune-finish-eyed-for-nationsarea-building

 

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Caba Ray (27,000 sq. ft, 700 seat dinner theater) update.  Has been open for about a year now.

Looking NW from parking lot on top of the hill where it is located on River Bend Rd.

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The .78 acre empty lot at 2912 Felicia St. in McKissack Park/City Heights has been purchased by John Eldridge/E3 for $3.25 million.  Most likely he will build another mixed-use development there, like a dozen others he has in the neighborhood.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/residential-real-estate/article/21071026/e3-to-pay-325m-for-mckissack-park-parcels

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

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^^I want to go to school there! :o  Looks like a really awesome corporate campus as much as a high school.  Love that!

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On 5/31/2019 at 7:13 AM, markhollin said:

Caba Ray (27,000 sq. ft, 700 seat dinner theater) update.  Has been open for about a year now.

Looking NW from parking lot on top of the hill where it is located on River Bend Rd.

Caba Ray, April 28, 2019.jpg

Here are links for information and tickets to his dinner show and for information about the television show that is recorded at the facility.

https://raystevenscabaray.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=7

https://raystevens.com/tv-show/

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1 hour ago, PHofKS said:

The video is awesome. I went to Bellevue High for a year long before it was shut down, but I would think the Hillwood nickname, the 'Hilltoppers' would be a perfect fit for here,

There are lots of schools with Hilltoppers as their mascot—

(probably not really that many)

—but there can be only one Bellevue High School HillOwls.

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^^^^Yes, I was an Owl for a year. I even painted a picture of one in art class there. Cheatham County sent Kingston Springs sophomores, juniors and seniors to Bellevue because it was so much closer than Ashland City. That ended for some reason, my junior year, when Tennessee schools were desegregated. 

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The 1.18 acre site at 106 Duluth Ave on the western side of The Nations has sold for $2.2 million to former NFL quarterback Mark Bulger.  Currently, the Nashville Fabrication company operates a 20,000 sq. ft.  one story factory there. They plan on moving to Ashland City by mid-2020.  No word yet on Bulger's plans, but a mixed-use development seems to be the direction.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/commercial-real-estate/article/21072222/exnfl-qb-pays-22m-for-west-side-warehouse

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Staybridge Hotel (4 stories, 163 rooms, underground garage) update. Steel framing and elevator shafts starting to rise.

Looking SE from Charlotte Ave., 1/4 block east of 22nd Ave. North:

Staybridge Hotel, Charlotte Ave, June 8, 2019, 1.jpg


Looking SW from Charlotte Ave. and 21st Ave. North:

Staybridge Hotel, Charlotte Ave, June 8, 2019, 2.jpg

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Stocking 51, Phase IV (1, 2, and 4 stories, 75,000 sq. ft. of office/retail) update. Steel beams going up.

Looking NW from Centennial Blvd near intersection with 49th Ave. North:

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An assisted-living care facility to be called Harmony at Bellevue is being planned by Smith-Packett Med-Com for the 8.5 acre site at 8234 Highway 100, next to Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theater.  There will be 180 living units for the $40 million development, with ground breaking in July, and a completion date of spring 2021 planned. 

More at the NashvillePost here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/health-care/article/21072845/bellevue-to-get-assistedliving-facility

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Incredible first post  @AsianintheNations !  Very informative... welcome... I think the last time I contributed something so useful and informative here was... never.  Lol   But based on that post I have a feeling you'll blend in just fine around here!  haha :)

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6 hours ago, AsianintheNations said:

Hey guys - I've long been a fan of this forum but never got around to registering until now. A few months ago, I made this color-coded zoning map of The Nations and surrounding areas...

 

Terrific first post, AsianintheNations.  Welcome to the forum.  : )

BTW, we are having a mini-meet IN the Nations this coming Saturday morning at 10 AM at White Bison Coffee  (5202 Centennial Blvd.).  You are most welcome to join us.  : )

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Dismas House (4 stories, 76 beds) update.  Elevator shaft/stairwell topped out. 2nd floor underway.

Looking NW from Charlotte Ave., just east of intersection with 25th Ave. North:

Dismas House, June 8, 2019, 1.jpg


Looking NE from Charlotte Ave. from intersection with 25th Ave. North:

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Looking west from parking lot just west of Charlotte at Midtown:

Dismas House, June 8, 2019, 3.jpg

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On 2/22/2019 at 3:31 PM, markhollin said:

Regarding the vines on silos, my guess is the plan will be to try and grow those. 

There was an old question about whether the ivy would be painted on. As Mark had mentioned and as you can see in his photo above, they're already growing it, whether intentionally or not. I'm guessing it wasn't initially intentional .. my house nearby is pretty new and I've already got ivy growing all over my fence, trash cans, and garage. Compared to the little bit on the front of the silos, the back side is a lot more impressive. I'll try to grab a photo of this when I'm over that way again. It looks pretty cool in a post-apocalyptic sort of way.

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