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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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Ah, thanks Mark for grabbing the picture. I was on one of my infamous drives with William yesterday and we didnt have time to stop. I am really excited to see this project start.

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@Dale Good point about the problems that Seattle is causing for the Amazon operations there.  What else can Amazon move to the lovely Nashville location?    There's a 40 story building (and a 16+) with Amazon dibs already lined up!!!

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I thought we all were really happy that Amazon was going to just bring 5k jobs with the city’s  current problems. Do we really want that to triple or quadruple in size? I’m also curious if Amazon realizes traffic is going to get significantly worse thanks to ALL the growth happening right now, but with their project getting all the headlines they will be getting a lot of the blame. 

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1 hour ago, downtownresident said:

Love the Art-Deco styling of the hotel. If they couldn’t save the Sullivan Tower this is the next best thing. 

I was thinking the same thing.  A little nod to the Sullivan with that design.

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3 minutes ago, smeagolsfree said:

Remember this is owned by AEG not SWVP now. Separate project, but if what we have heard is true you are correct that SWVP may be getting ready to pull the trigger on the rest of the project facing the RR tracks.

 

There are still 3 parcels maybe four that will come at a later time. Three of those are on 9th and one is behind the Holiday Inn.

Really interested to see the end result of the tower across the street from Amazon 1.  I'm guessing it could be anything from 10 stories to 60 stories.

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At this point we have absolutely no idea what they are going to do. I will bet the plan changes again and then again before they start on that tower and then it will change a few more times with each tower. 

Its sort of frustrating, but exciting at the same time knowing that this project is very fluid and they are changing the scope as they go.

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Once the Grand Hyatt building is done, I wonder how much of the greenway and outside public space will be completed?

That ramp leading from the street level down to the greenway is a first for Nashville. It'll be interesting to see how much of that they plan to have ready the the hotel opens for business. 

 

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On 11/18/2019 at 7:01 AM, Craiger said:

I thought we all were really happy that Amazon was going to just bring 5k jobs with the city’s  current problems. Do we really want that to triple or quadruple in size? I’m also curious if Amazon realizes traffic is going to get significantly worse thanks to ALL the growth happening right now, but with their project getting all the headlines they will be getting a lot of the blame. 

Jobs good. Poverty bad.

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