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On 5/8/2022 at 5:37 AM, markhollin said:

530 Church St. covers 38,664 sq. ft. over its 7 floors and was originally built in 1892. It has recently been converted into the Maddox Hotel. 

https://themaddoxhotel.com/

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The exterior upgrades, even if just paint, are an improvement.   Is it an actual hotel or STRs?    

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11 minutes ago, CenterHill said:

The exterior upgrades, even if just paint, are an improvement.   Is it an actual hotel or STRs?    

STR. If you navigate through the website to reserve a room it takes you to AirBnB

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1 hour ago, markhollin said:

The Factory in Franklin's new developer, Allen Arender of Holladay Properties (who bought the property and land for $56 million last October), has announced plans for reconfiguring the 1926-era structures into 80,000 sq. ft. of retail, 80,000 sq. ft. of dining, 80,000 sq. ft. of office space, and 30,000 sq. ft. of event/theater space that will include long-time tenants, as well as new tenants.

One of the Factory’s large components, the “Grand Hall,” will break ground this week and likely open around the end of this year or early next year, Arender said.

Another of the redevelopment project’s major selling points is its vision of outdoor amenities. The development team’s original October announcement touted plans for plazas, courtyards, alleys and other places to gather.

Specifically, public parks are on tap for under the site’s water tower and smoke stacks, Arender said. He's “nearing the finish line” on city approval for the first round of outdoor construction, which he said could start as soon as this fall.

More at NBJ here:

https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/05/31/factory-at-franklin-update.html

Renderings of The Great Hall:

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Impressive. This place always had a lot of unrealized potential.

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9 minutes ago, bnacincy said:

Isn't that the spot for the Downtown Raising Cane's?

I checked a news report on WTVF and they said the downtown store would be at 212 Broadway, which is, I believe, the old FedEx store location.

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Von Elrod's Beer Garden at 1004 4th Ave. North was featured in this thread when it first opened in Oct. of 2017. The original 7,836 sq. ft. one story brick structure was built in 1932.  Now, the Beer Hall & Kitchen is going to expand with an additional 6,500 sq. ft. of heated/covered space in the form of an additional indoor/outdoor pavilion that will accommodate another 300 people. 

Patrons will have access to a walk-up concession-style bar and grill featuring steins of beer, cocktails and a wood grill.

The design team will go before the Metro Development and Housing Agency Design Review Committee on June 21 to seek concept plan approval. The property sits within MDHA’s Jefferson Street Redevelopment District and, as such, needs DRC approval.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/expansion-eyed-for-germantown-area-beer-hall/article_2218a028-e82b-11ec-a6ff-d3e1841cd479.html
 

A rendering of the expansion:

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127 3rd Ave. South covers 15,000 sq. ft. over its 2 floors (with a rooftop element now added) and was built in 1920.  It is now home to the Layer Cake Social Kitchen, a group of 4 different bars/eateries on each level (including basement).
 

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706 19th Ave. North covers 40,000 sq. ft. over its 2-3 floors and was built in 1930.  It has served as a warehouse most of this time, but has now been purchased by Bernard Health to be converted into office space.  they paid $6 million for the property, and plan on $11.4 million in upgrades.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/bernard-health-buys-new-hq-in-midtown/article_7e1c0f84-ee54-11ec-b8ea-1fd3e343814a.html
 

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7 minutes ago, markhollin said:

1111 Carouthers Ave. covers 1,698 sq. ft. over its 2 floors and was built in 1925.  It is now the home of Wanna Spoon Cereal Bar, which should open very soon.
 

1111 Carouthers, Wanna Spoon Cereal Bar, June, 2022, 1 x.jpeg

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This is so cool! Don't know that I've ever seen a cereal bar. Most excellent design and touches. My favorites, of course, are the white picket fence in front, and cow in back. 

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3 hours ago, victory said:

This is so cool! Don't know that I've ever seen a cereal bar. Most excellent design and touches. My favorites, of course, are the white picket fence in front, and cow in back. 

Be on the lookout for the criminal element! :shades:

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