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Vanderbilt Place-12 story Spec Office-30th Ave-Midtown

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Eakin Partners now has a website promoting the 2018 opening of their 12 story spec office building in the western end of Mid-town in Nashville.

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aren't these the same people the are gonna work on the trolley barns redevelopment? If they are then I'm not surprised. Nashville developers never step out the box (pun attended)

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Definitely nothing to get excited about, but I think it's a solid addition to that area. Really would like to see the West End Park area get some more density.

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36 minutes ago, bmkTN said:

Definitely nothing to get excited about, but I think it's a solid addition to that area. Really would like to see the West End Park area get some more density.

West End Park really needs some neighborhood retail, too.  Not sure if it's in the zoning there though.

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