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1 hour ago, markhollin said:

It would seem that the resurrection of the Germantown Union project, as well as new openings within a few blocks like The Griff, 85 Van Buren, LC Germantown, etc., that it has now sparked the McRedmond family to sell the Nuehoff Plant to an unnamed developer.  The one time slaughter house and packing plant are the two main structures of the 9 parcel site on the 1300 block of Adams Street.

The handful of tenants that fill only a small percentage of the whole site have been asked to be prepared to move.  This includes the Nashville Jazz Workshop and Peter Nappi Leather Goods.

There is so much potential for this site.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/commercial-real-estate/article/21038631/germantowns-neuhoff-property-could-be-sold

More history of the plant at this Nashville Scene article from 2002:

https://www.nashvillescene.com/news/article/13006915/slaughterhouse-revived

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The original proposal.

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19 hours ago, markhollin said:

It would seem that the resurrection of the Germantown Union project, as well as new openings within a few blocks like The Griff, 85 Van Buren, LC Germantown, etc., that it has now sparked the McRedmond family to sell the Nuehoff Plant to an unnamed developer.  The one time slaughter house and packing plant are the two main structures of the 9 parcel site on the 1300 block of Adams Street.

The handful of tenants that fill only a small percentage of the whole site have been asked to be prepared to move.  This includes the Nashville Jazz Workshop and Peter Nappi Leather Goods.

There is so much potential for this site.  Besides the structures, the open fields in the upper right of the aerial shot below could be part of some potent green space for that area of Germantown.  One proposal several years ago included a small outdoor amphitheater bordering on the river with beautiful views of downtown and the water looking southward.  If retained in future designs, that would be very cool. 

 

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The view to the south:

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That view deserves a major project.

 

 

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A 25 unit townhome project is being planned for a 1.18 acre site at 1825-1835 Third Ave. North in Salemtown, on the SW corner of 3rd AVe. North and Coffee St.  There will be a Jan. 24, 2018 Metro Planning Commission meeting for approval.  No renderings released yet.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21038814/mixeduse-buildings-eyed-for-weho

Looking south:

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This screen shot from Smaegolsfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:

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Moxy Hotel SoBro (6 stores, 161 rooms, restaurants/bars) update.

Looking SE along 3rd Ave. South, 1/2 block south of Broadway:

Moxy Hotel, Broadway, Dec 16, 2018, 1.jpg


Looking SE from Broadway, 1/2 block east of 3rd Ave. South:

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Looking south across Broadway, 1/2 block east of 3rd Ave:

Moxy Hotel, Broadway, Dec 16, 2018, 3.jpg


Looking north along 3rd AVe. South, near intersection with Symphony Place:

Moxy Hotel, Broadway, Dec 16, 2018, 4.jpg

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On 12/27/2018 at 10:03 AM, markhollin said:

The Knox at Metro Center (Embrey development, 300 units in 11 four story buildings) update.  Excavation well under way.

Looking west from intersection of Great Circle Rd. and Athens Way:

The Knox, Embrey Apts, Metro Center, Dec 15, 2018, 1.jpg


Looking south from intersection of Great Circle Rd. and Athens Way:

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I had not seen any renderings for this one (may have been posted). So found this. I guess all 11 buildings will look like this. Meh!! Pretty sure Embrey did the Carillon too, which this reminds me of. The overall effect will depend on where the parking is placed (inside or outside the buildings). 

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“One of the interesting aspects of this development will be the fact we will not have to build structured parking, which most other developments in the downtown area are required to do,” Knolle explained. “And we plan to pass those construction savings along to our residents in the form of very competitive rent pricing.”

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I dropped into this "honky tonk" last weekend when we were in town for the holidays. It looks like they ran out of money before the interior was finished. The Luke Bryan- and Jason Aldean-branded mega-bars across the street were far more impressive. Doubt most people really care though--they all have live music and serve alcohol by the gallon.

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