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Second Ave. Partners, 40 story Four Seasons Hotel and condo (542 ft.), 8,000 sq. ft. of retail, $400 million

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58 minutes ago, PaulChinetti said:

https://nashvillearts.com/2015/07/hank-devito-july-3-october-4/

"Nashville’s past as a shipping center for agricultural and industrial materials is revealed in Acme Farm Supply, Tuxedo Feeds, and Steiner Scrap Metals."

Towards the bottom of the page. Last image in that slideshow. It says 2nd Ave and Broadway though.

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Nice!  

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4 hours ago, Bark At The Sun said:

Those guys should powerwash Broadway and the sidewalks while they are at it.

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Saw this on my way in this morning. I was going to post about it, but you beat me to it. You will have an awesome vantage point to watch this building rise.

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8 minutes ago, erdichia said:

Saw this on my way in this morning. I was going to post about it, but you beat me to it. You will have an awesome vantage point to watch this building rise.

Between this ,the Centric, Drury and the Hensler sites, my neck is getting some whiplash.

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That makes it real. I dated a girl who lived there. Very very high ceilings. I was actually creeped out by them... with all the ductwork. I often wondered what might be crawling around up there. 

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Market Street Apartments coming down definitely puts me in my feelings. It's going to be weird passing by there tomorrow morning on my way to the library.

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Should be finished razing by the end of the weekend.

Looking SW from 1st Ave. South under Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge:

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Looking south from 1st Ave. South under Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge:

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Looking north from intersection of Demonbreun and 2nd Ave. South:

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Full fencing up. Looking SW from 1st Ave. South under Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge:

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So is that tiny spot next to the bridge that’s not blocked off the land that was being disputed?  If so whoever the owner is isn’t very smart. 

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Unless the owner was paid gobs of money NOT to sell by tenants of a nearby office building. I'm sure the SAP team upped their offer. To be sure, if the owner ever wants to build anything on that lot, SAP (and condo owners) of Four Seasons can move to obstruct any zoning change. I'd guess current zoning only allows 3 (maybe 4) stories tops. If they ever wanted to build something like the diner, the 4 Seasons will make that next to impossible. Of course, whoever owns it can make a nice sum each month from parking alone.  I'd guess anywhere from $300-$400 a day for approximately 24 spots. 

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