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Three Thirty Three, 5 story, 69,000 sq. ft. office/11,000 sq. ft. retail, 11th Ave. South & Pine, The Gulch

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1 hour ago, Mr_Bond said:

In its efforts to stay clean, safe, and attractive, The Gulch has a force for good - the GBID, the Gulch Business Improvement District.  All property owners pay a little extra in property taxes which funds GBID's operations.  GBID pays for the large planters and their maintenance.  As you will recall, maintenance of landscaping is big issue for Metro projects but not so in The Gulch because of GBID.  In fact, GBID recently took over landscaping duties from Metro on a portion of 11th Ave S which is within the official 'The Gulch' borders.

GBID also pays for extra trash bins, extra emptying of said trash cans, and workers in yellow shirts who clean up trash.

GBID also pays for graffiti removal, using over 1,000 gallons of paint in 2017 for said purpose.

And, GBID keeps close tabs on the homeless population in The Gulch using their people in yellow shirts and contacts with business owners and residents.

Is the GBID just part of the Downtown Partnership or something above and beyond? I see the DTP yellow shirts in the Gulch quite often.

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On 8/22/2018 at 10:32 AM, nashville_bound said:

Is the GBID just part of the Downtown Partnership or something above and beyond? I see the DTP yellow shirts in the Gulch quite often.

I *think* DTP sort of administers the CBID and GBID.

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On 8/22/2018 at 10:32 AM, nashville_bound said:

Is the GBID just part of the Downtown Partnership or something above and beyond? I see the DTP yellow shirts in the Gulch quite often.

GBID hires NDP people to run our Clean and Safe Program, so the shirts are the same.

 

On 8/23/2018 at 1:10 PM, Leif said:

I *think* DTP sort of administers the CBID and GBID.

GBID is separate from NDP but hires them to administer most of our efforts.  This allows us to get these services at a lower rate than if we hired them directly.  And, yes, the Central Business District has a separate overlay which also uses NDP.

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Didn't have my phone to take a pic but they closed the parking lot as of today to start this development.

 

Also... wow, this was all the way on the 5th page 

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1 hour ago, Jamie Hall said:

Wow, I'd forgotten about this project. Good to see yet another one of those huge parking lots in the Gulch being put to better use.

Since I walked by this morning they have it mostly fenced off.

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All the asphalt is scraped-off the lot.

Looking north from intersection of 11th Ave. South and Pine St:

Three Thirty Three, Dec 2, 2018, 1.jpg


Looking west  from intersection of 11th Ave. South and Pine St:

Three Thirty Three, Dec 2, 2018, 2.jpg

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1 hour ago, Dale said:

Is the Gulch going to be built out soon ?

 

Its still going to be a while as Market street has two full blocks it controls that can be redeveloped, not to mention the large site east of Terrazzo. The two blocks include where the Nashville Scene is and all of those surface lots and the area between Laurel and Pine where those surface lots are and where the Turnip truck is. There are other players holding land that can be developed as well and there can be some beast built in there. At least another ten years or so at the current rate.

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25 minutes ago, smeagolsfree said:

Its still going to be a while as Market street has two full blocks it controls that can be redeveloped, not to mention the large site east of Terrazzo. The two blocks include where the Nashville Scene is and all of those surface lots and the area between Laurel and Pine where those surface lots are and where the Turnip truck is. There are other players holding land that can be developed as well and there can be some beast built in there. At least another ten years or so at the current rate.

The Gulch now officially includes a slice of Pie Town bordered by the railroad tracks, 8th Ave S, and the interstate.  There are a few properties there that could be upgraded.

Smeagolsfree's excellent Development Map has all of this in living color.

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Both elevator shafts/stairwells up to 25 feet now.  I keep wondering if this is going to have a tower crane or not?

Looking NW from intersection of 11th Ave. South and Pine St:

Three Thirty Three, March 9, 2019, 1.jpg


Looking north from intersection of 11th Ave. South and Pine St:

Three Thirty Three, March 9, 2019, 2.jpg

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