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

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Mountain Shore Properties announces they are finally moving forward with their Hyatt House plan (6 stories, 217 rooms, 2,500-3,000 sq. ft. of restaurant/retail facing Fifth Ave. South) on the 1.2 acre angular lot at NW corner of 5th Ave. South and Lea Ave. Mountain Shore paid $7.9 million for the site in mid-2016.

http://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/20848018/september-start-eyed-for-sobro-hyatt-house

Here is a rendering of the Seattle Hyatt House that Mountain Shore says will be somewhat of a template for their design in SoBro (elevated commuter train not included). Their own rendering should be coming out soon.






 

 

Seattle Hyatt House.jpg

Hyatt House SoBro lot, Jan 2016.png

Hyatt House SoBro map.png

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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.

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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.

 

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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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