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Nashville Yards, 15 acres/4 million sq. ft./ $1 billion, Phase I: Grand Hyatt Hotel (24 stories), Phase II: Amazon Operation Ctr. (24 & 22 story towers), Phase III: AEG/MGM District (21 story hotel, 4,000 seat theater, etc.); Phase IV: more towers

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10 hours ago, Native said:

When the AEG cranes go up this view is going to be remarkable.  Who owns that corner at 8th and Church?

 

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I cant remember the name, but they are not selling anytime soon from my understanding.

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5 hours ago, nashvylle said:

of course, that skyline shot.

Grand Hyatt, Sept 11, 2019, render 4.png

On the bright side, Nashville is lucky to have an iconic skyline shot. Most cities (especially of our size) would kill to be able to have a view that scenic and unique. We're desensitized to it by now, but it is pretty beautiful. 

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On 3/1/2019 at 11:32 PM, LA_TN said:

Correct. Church Street (Upper 10th) is used to measure the height for both towers

South tower (20 stories) - 340 ft:
20 levels above Church street
3 levels below Church street

North tower (24 stories):
18 levels office
1 level office amenities
3 levels flexible space
2 levels parking above Church street
3 levels parking below Church street
3 levels parking below grade

I think the hotel is 330 ft

North tower is 350 roof, I think 375 mechanical roof and speculate 390 for structural height

South tower is 340.2 ft structural height, 325.3 mechanical roof height

So I found the height for the towers. Do these numbers still hold? 

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15 hours ago, Native said:

When the AEG cranes go up this view is going to be remarkable.  Who owns that corner at 8th and Church?

 

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If Giarratana doesn't get the Church Street Park for his Paramount, he could build on this site, which appears from Google maps to be just a few feet larger. Who owns the old Tulane hotel site catty-corner to this? That's more than enough room for his tower.

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1 hour ago, OnePointEast said:

So I found the height for the towers. Do these numbers still hold? 

Here is the diagram originally posted by @Craiger

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Adding up the heights of level 1-20 comes up to a height of 334.3’ above Church St. for Tower One. 

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I don't think there are solid details of the north tower yet since it's not actually under construction. The permits right now are only for the garage up to like 5 above church on the north side. I would assume they've built the base to allow some flexibility in what they can build above? 

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On 3/1/2019 at 11:32 PM, LA_TN said:

Correct. Church Street (Upper 10th) is used to measure the height for both towers

South tower (20 stories) - 340 ft:
20 levels above Church street
3 levels below Church street

North tower (24 stories):
18 levels office
1 level office amenities
3 levels flexible space
2 levels parking above Church street
3 levels parking below Church street
3 levels parking below grade

I think the hotel is 330 ft

North tower is 350 roof, I think 375 mechanical roof and speculate 390 for structural height

South tower is 340.2 ft structural height, 325.3 mechanical roof height

 

10 hours ago, OnePointEast said:

So I found the height for the towers. Do these numbers still hold? 

Yes, these numbers are correct

The South tower structural height is 340.2 with 20 levels above Church Street

The numbers for the North tower are still unknown, but I still stand by my speculation numbers which are based off the South tower

This is where I got these numbers, from plans at start of construction. Unless they changed, this is what I have and don't have time to pull again tonight:

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Just look at those cranes going off into the distance along Broadway. Spectacular!

What an unprecedented building boom for Nashville. 

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