markhollin

Spectrum/Emery Midtown Office Bldg, 18th South & Chet Atkins, 10-stories, 130,000 sq. ft. Mid-2018 target

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You take some great pictures, Mark.

I  really wish this was on Music Row itself instead of adjacent to it, maybe switch places with the new apartment building under construction. That would help bring music companies back on the Row and maybe jumpstart a trend. After all, what tourist wants to come to Nashville and go to Music Row just to look at a bunch of apartments? They should be able to see the companies that bring to market their favorite music-that is what the Row is for.

Speaking of which, why are there signs in Downtown and West End that give a direction arrow to Music Row but when you get there all you see are a couple of street signs that say "Music Square"? That is confusing for visitors.

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1 hour ago, bnacincy said:

Speaking of which, why are there signs in Downtown and West End that give a direction arrow to Music Row but when you get there all you see are a couple of street signs that say "Music Square"? That is confusing for visitors.

There are wayfinding signs on 17th south of Division (in front of the Virgin site) and on 16th north of Wedgewood that say "Music Row".

 

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Is there any word on tenants yet? Do we know specifics as far as restaurant/retail space, etc?

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