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CityLights - 71 Units, 7 Stories

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Some of knew this was happening as we found out at the meet. Another reason to come to the meets. Sometimes we have a little good info before anyone else.

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4 hours ago, Canuck87 said:

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Can't really get excited over something that looks so derivative of scores of other condos here and elsewhere. Where's the originality and timeless classiness ? <_<

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From today's Nashville Post: Completion date set for late 2018:

The developers of the now-underway City Lights residential project on Rutledge Hill are targeting a completion timetable of 18 to 22 months. Houston-based architect Don Meeks, a member of the Rutledge Development LLC entity undertaking the project , said 28 of the future building’s 71 units have presold.

“We’re starting to see some of the market shifts in demand in sophistication coming to Nashville,” Meeks said. “People in the market are ready for some larger units with urban view. “It’s fabulous Nashville is maturing in such a way,” he added.

A ceremonial groundbreaking was held today for the boutique condominium building, which will have an address of 20 Rutledge Street.

City Lights will rise seven stories at the corner of Lea Avenue and Rutledge Street, just south of Ascend Amphitheatre and across Hermitage Avenue from Rolling Mill Hill.

Once completed in late 2018, units will average 1,800 square feet and span up to 2,600 square feet for two- and three-bedroom condos. Four penthouses with four bedrooms will be between 3,200 and 3,400 square feet. Each unit includes two parking spaces in a secured underground garage and a storage unit. In addition to a rooftop terrace and sky lounge, amenities will include a restaurant, 24-hour security, a rooftop dog park, swimming pool terrace and a green roof, a fitness facility, a conference room, a clubroom and a guest suite.

Nashville-based Village Real Estate Services is handling marketing and sales.

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From the Nashville Post:

City Lights developers secure permits valued at $9.6M

The developers of the City Lights project now-underway on Rutledge Hill have landed two permit related to the construction of the lobby and parking garage of the high-end condo building.

The two permits have a collective value of about $9.6 million.

R.G. Anderson Co. Inc. is serving as general contractor.

Houston-based architect Don Meeks, a member of the Rutledge Development LLC entity undertaking the project, has targeted a 2018 opening.

The boutique condominium building will offer 71 high-end condos and some retail space. It will have an address of 20 Rutledge Street.

City Lights will rise seven stories at the corner of Lea Avenue and Rutledge Street, just south of Ascend Amphitheatre and across Hermitage Avenue from Rolling Mill Hill.

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From The Tennessean today:

Half of the 72 condos are under contract at prices ranging from the upper $500,000s to $2 million. The seven-story building is expected to be completed at the end of 2018.

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Looking SE from south of intersection of Rutledge and Peabody: 

City Lights 1, May 29, 2017.jpg

 

Looking west from just north of Lea Ave:

City Lights 2, May 29, 2017.jpg

 

Looking NW from just north of Lea Ave:

City Lights 3, May 29, 2017.jpg

 

Looking east from intersection of Lea and Rutledge:

City Lights 4, May 29, 2017.jpg

 

Looking north from intersection of Lea and Rutledge:

City Lights 5, May 29, 2017.jpg

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From Nashville Post:

The developers of the City Lights project now-underway on Rutledge Hill have landed five permits related to the construction of levels one through six of the seven-story high-end condo building.

The two permits have a collective value of about $3.27 million. R.G. Anderson Co. Inc. is serving as general contractor. Houston-based architect Don Meeks, a member of the Rutledge Development LLC entity undertaking the project, has targeted a 2018 opening.

 

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Footings and foundational walls underway.

Looking north along Rutledge Street from intersection with Lea Avenue:

City Lights 1, June 24, 2017.jpg

 

Looking east along Lea Ave. from intersection with Rutledge Street:

City Lights 2, June 24, 2017.jpg

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I've pretty much given up trying to visit Crema until this gets done. :angry:    City Lights construction crews have clogged the alley access and taken a chunk of the parking.     

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