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On 11/20/2016 at 7:52 PM, markhollin said:

As I stated above:  "If my eyesight doesn't betray me, when counting the pedestal (which appears to be 9 levels of parking on the eastern side, and 8 on the western), the taller/eastern tower is 21 stories (for a grand total of 30), and the lower/western tower (the one on the NE corner of 8th and Demonbreun) is 14 stories (for a grand total of 22)."

It looks like 30 to me, too. Does 30 equal 300 feet in this case?

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2 hours ago, bmkTN said:

I could not be more thrilled with how this is turning out.  Now if we can only get some more renderings that are a bit higher in quality.  It's absolutely crazy to think about how many hotels might be simultaneously under construction in the urban core one year from today.  Also, it boggles my mind to think about what driving down Demonbreun from the Music Row roundabout to the river will look like in 5-10 years.  Practically one huge canyon.

Me either! People who visited downtown Nashville in 2014 and who don't return until '18 or '19, will be stunned. I travel to major cities every week, Boston, Miami, San Diego, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Charlotte, etc. I'm in Philly today, NYC tomorrow, and in none of the cities to which I've traveled in the past 18 to 24 months have I seen this much S.F. under construction that is concentrated in such a small area as we have in Nashville. 

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10 minutes ago, fxvol said:

Me either! People who visited downtown Nashville in 2014 and who don't return until '18 or '19, will be stunned. I travel to major cities every week, Boston, Miami, San Diego, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Charlotte, etc. I'm in Philly today, NYC tomorrow, and in none of the cities to which I've traveled in the past 18 to 24 months have I seen this much S.F. under construction that is concentrated in such a small area as we have in Nashville. 

I agree, but you should see Austin. Imagine how Nashville is, but x2.

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It's sort of almost Thanksgiving...the pilgrims would be very sad to know that you were torturing us with this tease of information like this!

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21 minutes ago, nashvylle said:

This project is starting to become one of my favorites.. what an impact on the skyline it could have, as well as the street activation. 

Mine too. This and the JW Marriot currently top my list.

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