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The past couple of days there have been crews taking loads and loads of junk and old furniture out the old Suntrust Bank building... there has also been a crew clearing landscaping and removing some p

Twin 25 story towers (both actually 20 stories on top of a 5 story pedestal) that would feature a 200 room hotel, residential housing, retail, and a large garage are envisioned by Ardavan Afrakhteh. 

It’s going to be a Fifth Third Bank branch per this permit:  https://epermits.nashville.gov/#/permit/3753256?searchCode=APN&page=2&searchText=09216017600&searchType=permit&orderBy

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That seems like an awfully narrow footprint for that large of a project.

What are the chances of this being the first piece of a long-term play of acquiring the car wash, Sprint store, the purple square parcels (all I remember the purple square being was Bill Haslam's campaign headquarters 8 years ago)?

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Didn't he own the site of the Kennect building?  If he is, then that's the only thing I can think of he has proposed that has even come close to materializing, and obviously it took someone else to build it. BTW: What is the status of his proposed residential midrise on the perch above the I-440/I-40 junction?  

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7 minutes ago, MLBrumby said:

Didn't he own the site of the Kennect building?  If he is, then that's the only thing I can think of he has proposed that has even come close to materializing, and obviously it took someone else to build it. BTW: What is the status of his proposed residential midrise on the perch above the I-440/I-40 junction?  

He owned the site where Noshville was  and had planned a 2o something story residential tower there. He has since sold that to Vanderbilt. He is also the one that proposed the hotel that is still on the map at I 65 and OHB south of town and is the one doing Sky Nashville on Howard Hill that was supposed to start last month but no dirt has moved yet.

17 minutes ago, musiczealot said:

That seems like an awfully narrow footprint for that large of a project.

What are the chances of this being the first piece of a long-term play of acquiring the car wash, Sprint store, the purple square parcels (all I remember the purple square being was Bill Haslam's campaign headquarters 8 years ago)?

Treg Warner owns the car wash and just spent a boatload of money redoing it. On the other side is the old office building that was converted to Hotel Indigo now Aloft hotel. Thus to get this dine would be beyond his means IMO.

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As highly unlikely as it is, I hope it happens. This is a good looking project and seems to make the most of that little bit of land. Maybe the developer/land banker guy will end up reading this thread, getting super defensive, and bankrolling this project out of sheer spite? ;) 

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You beat me to it Taylor. I thought William did a real estate notes on this when I sent the pemit to him a wek or so ago.

But we can probably kiss Ardivans grand two tower vision here good bye. Just like all of the other towers he has proposed. He was supposed to have started tree removal on Howard Hill for Sky Nashvillle back in December and that has not happened either.

 

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