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Spectrum/Emery Midtown Office Bldg, 18th South & Chet Atkins, 8 stories, 130,000 sq. ft. Mid-2018 targetBy markhollin
Spectrum | Emery Inc. has offered specifics and has released an image for its 18th & Chet office building planned for Music Row. The 10-story building, to anchor the northeast corner of 18th Avenue South and Chet Atkins Place, will span about 130,000 square feet, with Nashville-based Earl Swensson Associates to serve as architect.
Spectrum | Emery has the multi-parcel property under contract and hopes to close on the purchase by August’s end. David Wells, Spectrum | Emery vice president, told NBJ the company expects to ask about $38 per square foot.
An early to mid-2018 completion date is being eyed. --Nashville Post, June 23, 2016
The development is within the light blue square in the center of this screenshot from Smeagolsfree's excellent Nashville Metro Development Map:
A 20 story, 421 unit residential tower that will include ground floor retail and a garage to be called Kenect Nashville is slated for 1815 Division Street in Midtown. This is the former site of the Florence Crittenton Home for Unwed Mothers at the T-intersection of Division and 19th Ave. South. No renderings as of yet.
Chicago-based developer Akara Partners will be in charge of the project. Going before Metro Planning on Oct 12 with more specifics.
Here is what Kenect Chicago looks like (just 16 stories):
Eakin Partners now has a website promoting the 2018 opening of their 12 story spec office building in the western end of Mid-town in Nashville.
19th and Broadway; 248 Unit Apts. (255 ft, 22 stories), 196 Room Hilton Curio Hotel (16 Stories, 188 ft)By PHofKS
Work is scheduled to begin this month (July, 2016). Some pertinent facts:
From Metro project tracker, heights are officially 255 ft for Apartments and 188 ft for Hotel The existing house is to be demolished and rebuilt near the Marathon Motorworks complex One half block off West End and will have a significant impact on the Mid-town skyline
My own crude mock-up.
The redevelopment of Midtown Square, Charlotte's original indoor mall bulit in the 1950s is now back on the front burner. Plans will soon be circulated showing the renderings for Phase 1. On the current site of the dormant Charlottetown Cinemas will be a "double decker" store. The first floor will be a Home Depot Expo. The 2nd floor will be a Target.
This plan will go before the Charlotte City Council at the end of July. The developer, Pappas Properties, will be asking for City assistance in building a public parking deck for the project. This would be a deal similar to the East Park develpment where the city would recoup the cost of building the decks in about 6 years.
Phase 2 will be built on the current site of the Midtown Square Mall and will include some 90 condos and more retail.
Don't have a pic of the rendering, but here is a map of the area. You can see how close this is to downtown.