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Station District Towers (two 31 story residential, two 34 story residential/hotel, and 5 other future phases), Sept, 2019 start

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Amazing things are happening in Nashville, and hopefully most towers get built. Imagine a ground breaking for September, that would be awesome with all other towers U/C or currently under prep. Nashville 2025 is going to look awesome.

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I can hear the beotching and moaning from Icon owners and such about their skyline views. 

That said, phenomenal and very good development showing things are becoming more intense for density. 

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10 minutes ago, NashRugger said:

I can hear the beotching and moaning from Icon owners and such about their skyline views. 

That said, phenomenal and very good development showing things are becoming more intense for density. 

Would they have much of a leg to stand on? Are these within the zoning height limits already? 

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Wow!  I wasn't expecting this big of an announcement for this site, and I definitely wasn't expecting it to start so soon. This will be one more high profile building start for 2019 which was already quite full. 

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Just cogitating a moment on this and other newly announced residential towers; notwithstanding the zoning restrictions at various spots around town, I wonder if, say, the developers of 901 Lea would consider going taller to distinguish their building from these. As things would go (according to plans) the 901 Lea would rise just a bit higher than the tallest of the Station District buildings. 

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