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The Joseph Hotel, 21 stories, 232 ft., 297 rooms, 380-space garage, $140 million

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Not a lot of news here yet. We will know something in two weeks, as confirmed by the Symphony spokesperson.  There have already been a few permits applied for.

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Oh man, I'm really crossing my fingers that the character of the design hasn't been taken away. This project has been one of my most highly-anticipated for a long time now. 

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I could not imagine them being on more than a month to month lease on that property. When Pizzuti  buys the property, they will be the owner and not the Symphony.

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Progress continues to move forward, although slowly, for The Joseph.  Metro Water Services Department is requesting “an abandonment of easement rights of a former portion of KVB right-of-way” at the site, according to a Metro document. An April 26, Metro Planning Commission date is slated. 

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/20995335/new-images-released-for-margaritaville-hotel

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20 minutes ago, markhollin said:

Formal ground breaking is set for June 21. week. Pizzuti Companies closed the land purchase yesterday. Set to open in 2020. All financing for the $166 million development is secured thru Brevet Capital Mgt. and Centennial Bank. Contractor will be Brasfield & Gorrie.

Besides the 297 rooms, there will be 18,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, full service restaurant on main floor, and 21st floor (top floor) will feature spa, fitness center, indoor/outdoor bar and pool. Big focus on the arts incorporated into the hotel, and a possible live music component that would be in partnership with the symphony.

New rendering below.

More behind the NBJ paywall here:

https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2018/05/03/developer-buys-downtown-site-cements-financing-for.html

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Woo hoo! I guess I was right about them waiting for the other 2 hotels to finish.

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54 minutes ago, BnaBreaker said:

Bring back the OLD Nashville!  I wish we still had crap like the Shoney's Inn instead of this well-designed world class architecture!  

THERES NOT ENOUGH PARKING!! Dumb condos....

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1 hour ago, satalac said:

I WANT BILL BONER BACK IN OFFICE!!!!!!!

LOL! A friend of mine was Boner's head of PR & Communications - as his first real job in Nashville. Talk about walking into a no-win situation.... My friend survived the experience, barely. Some great stories, though. :rolleyes:

People's memories are replete with various filters - mine too. The old Nashville I remember was great for what it was, but dang - the new Nashville is so much more fun!! Entertainment, arts, sports, food....man, it's a world away from my childhood of the 60s and 70s. I love it!

Sorry for off topic.
:offtopic:

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On ‎5‎/‎8‎/‎2018 at 10:14 AM, satalac said:

I WANT BILL BONER BACK IN OFFICE!!!!!!!

I read that as "I want a B**** in the back office". That's what I get for skimming!

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On 5/14/2018 at 12:05 PM, nashvylle said:

Is this facade facing KVB?

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Yes! You can see the other new hotel on the right, complete with its "swoop" on the far right corner.

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8 hours ago, Vrtigo said:

Yes! You can see the other new hotel on the right, complete with its "swoop" on the far right corner.

If I recall correctily, The Joseph was proposed before the Holiday Inn and Marriott Tri-Brand, so those hotels weren't included in their previous renderings. 

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