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I would say the price would be around that as it is only a little over 2 acres but it is worth more as it is on the SoBro sub district and you can go higher there.

It would serve them better to move the skate park to the East ban k somewhere to get it out of the core.

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I think I posted it the other morning when you were traveling, but you have it for good measure. I will say they have not done much as far as height goes. I have heard it will more than likely be micro units and will probably be in the 10 story range, I hope I am wrong about that.

We have way too many squatty buildings in that area of SoBro. Going to start calling it SquatyBro.

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1 hour ago, PillowTalk4 said:

I was wondering if I was the only one thinking that SoBro is going to end up looking very squatty if developers don't start adding some height well beyond KVB.  It's disappointing because the skyline could easily stretch to Lafayette  if not butt up against I-40.  Lafayette itself should be lined with 20+ story buildings.  We need that company out of Chicago that proposed a multi-high rise development several years ago for that area to come back.....

I'd love to see a plan to make Lafayette outside of the loop leading up to where it changes to Murfreesboro Pike be developed into a more affordable West End like area.  Have high rise apartments and condos that are nice,  not luxurious, but well built and have decent amenities.  In addition to the housing, it would be nice to see a few mid rise and high rise budget friendly hotels.  Like a 10-20 story Comfort Inn.  Then let the full service dine-in chain restaurants fill in as well, along with local dining spots.  The key would be to keep the area affordable.  I know there's not much of an incentive for developers to build lower cost affordable housing.  I'm just hoping Nashville will come up with a way to maintain affordable living close in to the city.  

I believe these are the buildings in question. Probably fell though due to lack of an office tenant at the time.

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/massive-project-planned-for-sobro/article_7868f30c-7f50-58b2-92fc-52a881b6537d.html

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10 minutes ago, jkc2j said:

I believe this is these are the buildings in question. Probably fell though due to lack of an office tenant at the time.

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/massive-project-planned-for-sobro/article_7868f30c-7f50-58b2-92fc-52a881b6537d.html

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That was a great proposal! I’d love to see that come back!!

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10 minutes ago, Luvemtall said:

That was a great proposal! I’d love to see that come back!!

The owner of the development company died shortly after this was proposed, like within 3 months maybe even 3 weeks. The company dissolved shorty after that and the sale fell through.

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22 hours ago, jkc2j said:

I believe these are the buildings in question. Probably fell though due to lack of an office tenant at the time.

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/massive-project-planned-for-sobro/article_7868f30c-7f50-58b2-92fc-52a881b6537d.html

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That's development.  And, now I'm sad... :tw_cry:

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1 hour ago, PillowTalk4 said:

Is Nashville's self-proclaimed "World's Largest Adult Bookstore" about to get squeezed out?  LOL!!! 

Every time I return to Nashville I just know it's going to be gone.  But instead it's still there in all of its illuminated glory... LOL!!!  

I can't wait to see that entire area transformed.  It is time for the metal buildings to go.  Some of the small brick industrial buildings can be repurposed into restaurants, bars and retail. 

Well, it’s not the “world’s largest adult bookstore” any more…but it’s now Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club.

(Good news/bad news)

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20 hours ago, markhollin said:

The three properties that total 3.06 acres at 407 Lafayette and 833-835 4th Ave. South are up for sale as a whole for $22 million. A Sherwin-Williams Paint store and Domino's Pizza are the current tenants of the 1 story non-historic structures on site. 

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/sobro-properties-offered-for-22m/article_0f592388-f9f0-11eb-ac51-db5347a086e9.html

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RIP The Muse

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1 hour ago, donNdonelson2 said:

Well, it’s not the “world’s largest adult bookstore” any more…but it’s now Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club.

(Good news/bad news)

If we are being technical here... the bookstore is actually still in the building, it's just alot smaller and in the tenant slot up against the self storage building.

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