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LC SoBro, 7 stories/432 apts, 3rd Ave. South & Ash (Phase I), 10 stories/168 apts. (Phase II)

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2 hours ago, smeagolsfree said:

Crap I posted on wrong thread. I am hearing four buildings. One 10, 1 four and 2 over 6 is what I will say. Constructions is looming and probably by the end of the month or so.

4 buildings? Are they still thinking 600 total apartments?

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Preliminary work underway.  Core drilling, etc.

Looking east from 3rd Ave. South 1/2 block south of Elm St:

LC SoBro, April 15, 2018, 1.jpg

 

Signs going up around the large site.  Much of this had been free parking for 3rd & Lindsley Nightclub.  No more.    Looking north from Ash St., 1/2 block west of 2nd Ave. South:

LC SoBro, April 15, 2018, 2.jpg

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Three buildings. Two Seven stories on the eastern block and a ten story on the western block. The ten story will not happen for several years.

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Work has begun on the first two 7 story apartment buildings.  As mentioned previously, the 10 story building will come later). No renderings for these first two yet. A 2020 completion date is scheduled for these first two structures.

The 723 Second Ave. South building will have 105 units, cover 128,800 sq. ft. and have 66 parking spaces. It will sit at the NW corner of the T-intersection of Second and Ash Street.

The 700 Third Ave South building will feature 161 units, 242,600 square feet, 129 parking spaces, and a first floor of retail/office space siting on the NE corner of 3rd Ave. South and Ash Streets .

Civil Site Design Group to handle land-planning efforts. LC will serve as the general contractor.

The Metro documents list the two seven-story buildings as “BLDG C” and “BLDG D,” suggesting the land on the west side of Third could offer two structures (i.e., “BLDG A” and “BLDG B”).

More behind the paywall at Nashville Post:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21006249/ground-breaks-for-two-sobro-apartment-buildings

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7 minutes ago, markhollin said:

Work has begun on the first two 7 story apartment buildings.  As mentioned previously, the 10 story building will come later). No renderings for these first two yet. A 2020 completion date is scheduled for these first two structures.

The 723 Second Ave. south building will have 105 units, cover 128,800 sq. ft. and have 66 parking spaces. It will sit at the NW corner of the T-intersection of Second and Ash Street.

The 700 Third Ave South building will feature 161 units, 242,600 square feet, 129 parking spaces,  and a first floor of retail/office space siting on the NE corner of 3rd Ave. South and Ash Streets .

 

So the first two 7 story apartment buildings total 266 units. Does that mean the 10 story one will be 334 units to get to the 600+ total units that is in the thread title?

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37 minutes ago, markhollin said:

Work has begun on the first two 7 story apartment buildings. 

The article mentions they have no plans to release a site plan or renderings? Are they allowed to hide these from the public? I assume they showed them to Metro for the approval meetings.

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3 hours ago, nashwatcher said:

So the first two 7 story apartment buildings total 266 units. Does that mean the 10 story one will be 334 units to get to the 600+ total units that is in the thread title?

Since there apparently is going to be a building A and B, along with these two (C and D), that 334 will most likely be divided in two somehow. 

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I'm kind of fascinated by that parking ratio. 195 parking spaces for 266 apartments, right? That's awesome. Did this become common when I wasn't paying attention? Seems like every single development used to include at least 1-2 spots per residence, even when it wasn't required (in the downtown code area).

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Chad Thompson of LifeStyle Communities says that "a couple hundred" apartment homes would be built during the first phase of construction, in a building that will include a pool, on-site restaurant and a fitness facility.

More behind the NBJ paywall here:

https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2018/05/24/too-many-apartments-in-nashville-ohio-developer.html?ana=twt


This map shows the $9.45 million in acquisitions LC has made for this project over the past several years:

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Grading nearly complete.

Looking NE from intersection of Ash St. and 3rd Ave. South:

LC SoBro, June 18, 2018, 1.jpg


Looking NW from intersection of Ash St. and 2nd Ave. South:

LC SoBro, June 18, 2018, 2.jpg

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On ‎5‎/‎25‎/‎2018 at 2:16 PM, NashvilleObserver said:

Okay but where are the renderings??

It was the same way with their Germantown project as well.  We had no idea what it was gonna look like until weeks (months?) after construction actually began.

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