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LC SoBro, 7 stories/432 apts, 3rd Ave. South & Ash (Phase I), 7 stories 140 apts. (Phase II)

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My guess is the alley is almost a non issue with them. They may build a skybridge over it, however they could do something like they did at Peyton Stakes and have a small retail space in the alley. But that is a different company. The retail potion of this building will address 3rd and Elm and will be a Goat Tavern or what ever the name of their bar is .

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Good looking buildings. I’m glad they didn’t try and clutter it up with a bunch of balconies, it looks much classier without them. 

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It’s kind of hard to tell in this picture but it looks like some support beams and maybe an elevator shaft are starting to rise a bit. 

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20 minutes ago, markhollin said:

Pillars getting set for upper floors.

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

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That actually seems to be a bit dated. I walk past this a lot and I think in some spots they’re already to the second floor. 

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Given the proximity to the Division Street extension and the 2nd/4th exits on I-40, this is an excellent location.  And the architecture looks historical and classy!  Wish we could get the height restrictions lifted.

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Up to 3rd  floor on Phase I Building C.

Looking north from Ash St., 1/2 block east of 3rd Ave. South:

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

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

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