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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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3 minutes ago, L'burgnative said:

Has anyone heard or seen an official height for the Grand Hyatt?

I haven't...but with the extended curtain wall on the west side, I'd say it's somewhere between 270-290'.  Could get close to 300'.  Anyone else have ideas?

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It really will be 'Amazon Yards' when they take the '40' story building and the 16 story building. 

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With the glass now more than half way up, it's getting a finished look. It's already a striking building. 

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4 hours ago, markhollin said:

Grand Hyatt (23 stories, 591 rooms) update.  Glass about 70% complete.

Looking NE from Broadway Viaduct where it crosses over CSX tracks:

Grand Hyatt, Nov 9, 2019, 1.jpg


Looking SW from 9th Ave. North, 1/2 block north of Commerce St:

Grand Hyatt, Nov 9, 2019, 2.jpg

I really hope they extend the “fins” down the front of the building to the ground, and light them up at night. Would make for a very striking and different building than what we’ve had built over the last few years. 

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7 hours ago, titanhog said:

Nashville Yards Parcel 4 and Garage Rendering (1)_0.jpg

Is anybody else a little bit stressed about how this ornate garage covering will turn out in real life? It's such a massive, imposing wall.

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2 hours ago, smeagolsfree said:

I am just not a fan of the greenery they are putting on these buildings.  Dont get me wrong as I am all for being green but this crap just does not look right and it does not seem to work here. Example the nasty vines growing up Gulch Crossings. Out of place, thet are not growing, and vines are just crap. If they want something that grows, plant kudzu.

 

Just do a mural!

The call for kudzu gives me a mental image of downtown covered entirely in kudzu. That would be unique, not to mention green.

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I can't pull photos out of a slideshow embedded in a Tennessean article. So if someone wants to pull a few out for posting would be great. There are some very nice shots of downtown from the u/c Grand Hyatt. It's really amazing to me how dense things have gotten (and will get) not just on the old dt side, but now looking south (the Gulch looks really dense) and west too. Just a matter of a couple of years and the north side of the Hyatt will look just as dense.

https://www.tennessean.com/story/money/2019/11/16/grand-hyatt-nashville-celebrated-its-topping-out-friday-morning/4192136002/

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15 minutes ago, OnePointEast said:

Can somebody help explain what the taller pillars are for? They seem to go higher than the rest of the floors.

 

20191116_155409.jpg

I think it may end up being the roof...then their will be a curtain wall go up several more feet...at least on the west side.

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4 hours ago, titanhog said:

I think it may end up being the roof...then their will be a curtain wall go up several more feet...at least on the west side.

Thanks a lot! Seems to be true based on the renderings.

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