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SoBro Hyatt House, 6 stories, 217 rooms, retail/restaurant

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What is the Beach Company project?  Any descriptions or renderings extant? 

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1 hour ago, MLBrumby said:

What is the Beach Company project?  Any descriptions or renderings extant? 

That is a apartment building that is to go on that site. At this point, I would almost call it dead or long delayed as they have been sitting on the property for a while. No rendering has ever come out.

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A crew was on-site demolishing the structure on the property the other day. I went back today, and it was gone.

HH1.jpg

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^^What's this cool old building that's sitting all by its lonesome next to this soon-to-be hotel?  Hope no one tears it down.

 

5th ave.jpg

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1 hour ago, MLBrumby said:

That is the main office for Aerial Development Group (Britnie Turner & Partners). They're involved in several apartment projects. They actually restored that building. I don't expect them to sell it. http://www.aerialdevelopmentgroup.com/#header-main

How old is that structure?  Looks to be 100+ possibly?

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At least. Based on the Italianate/Victorian style and that the area was residential around the turn of the last century, I'd say around 110-120 years old. 

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looks like a house that the roof was ripped off of, and replaced with a flat, commercial roof. 

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39 minutes ago, volsfanwill said:

looks like a house that the roof was ripped off of, and replaced with a flat, commercial roof. 

It does kinda look like that, now that you mention it.

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22 hours ago, MLBrumby said:
13 hours ago, MLBrumby said:

At least. Based on the Italianate/Victorian style and that the area was residential around the turn of the last century, I'd say around 110-120 years old. 

 

Built in 1900.  

 

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Fencing up.

Looking west from the triangular intersection of 5th Ave. South and Lea Ave:

Sixth Ave South fencing 1, April 20, 2017.jpg

 

Looking east from alley between 5th Ave. South and 6th Ave. South:

Sixth Ave South fencing 2, April 20, 2017..jpg

 

Looking south along the alley between 5th and 6th Avenues:

Sixth Ave South fencing 3, April 20, 2017..jpg

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Have heard maybe a September start. Not sure yet.

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Posted (edited)

I still wonder if they're really going to fit over 200 rooms with some form of parking all in only 6 stories at that site.  I guess we'll see.

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Its a pretty big site and easily done.

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Still, yet, we have no official renderings?

 

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I stayed at a brand new Hyatt House in NYC over the weekend. IT was very nice,  But a very small footprint.  only 6 rooms per floor and only 2 elevators, this caused some waiting issues when staff was cleaning.  But it was 33 floors so that didnt help.

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I have seen a line drawing of the project, but waiting on a color rendering. 

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