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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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14 minutes ago, OnePointEast said:

That's practically HQ2.

That's what I was saying the other day...that if they bring in as many as rumored, we're basically going to be HQ3.

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Parcel 8 renderings and diagrams. This is a residential building directly north of the Holiday Inn Select, on the SE corner of Commerce and 10th Ave. North.  We've heard rumors that it is going to be increased in size to around 10 stories.

 

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Anyone with their ear to the ground know anything about the status of the residential tower on Rosa Parks and Commerce?  I think it's an interesting design, but it sort of made a splash in media then went quiet since then. I think the design is about 27 stories tall. 

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29 minutes ago, Native said:

This is great shot of the old and new together.  Mercury appears to be holding up his end of the crane.

 

 

I really wish they would replace “flat Mercury” with a more substantial (and three dimensional) tower topper.

 

(photo from after the 1998 tornado)

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A render and more diagrams for another one of the mystery buildings in The Yards known as Office 3A. In these (proabably a year old, but just recently released) it looks like several smaller buildings, with the tallest being 10 stories.  Several moths ago we were told that it will actually be more like 15 stories.  So, we are always looking at certain portions of Nashville Yards as being a fluid situation dependent on what Amazon's long-term intentions are.   But at least these give some ideas for foot print and ground activation.

 

Nashville Yards, Office 3A, Dec 17, 2019, render 1.png

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^^I wonder what time frame Amazon has as far as making a decision on those other buildings.  Do you guys think it's a "done deal" that Amazon will use those?  Is there a deadline?

I have to figure the AEG portion is next...and they'll probably use this area as a staging area while Amazon finishes tower 1 and 2.  So...maybe Amazon has at least a couple of years before deciding?

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