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Aspire in The Gulch Apartments, 11 stories, 360 units, 805-809 Division St.

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Just a little more info. I can't reveal where I saw the rendering, but one is floating around and I did see it. I do not know who the architect is, but the building I think will be OK. My guess is since they have a Millennium Music Row and Infinity Music Row, this property will more than likely be Millennium Gulch. The Infinity is the Luxury brand and the Millennium is the multifamily brand and it would be confusing to have two of one kind on the same street. 

The Infinity is the one built as Crescent Bluebird, that Dinerstein bought. 

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I count 4 projects you'll be watching very clearly from that window over the next few years (developments at the RJ Young site, the Yazoo site, the Habitat/ReStart site, and the Vorhees Co. site).

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You should be able to keep tabs on Haven Gulch on the hill past Frugal MacDougall once it starts gettin some height as it is supposed to be 11 as well. Oh and the Hampton Inn Tru hotel too.

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I'm wondering if Fugal MacDougall will get a upgrade soon possible a all brick building of some sort

Just ideas below 

 

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Niles Bolton Associates out of Atlanta designed Millennium Music Row along with the Olmsted in Sobro. Wonder if it’s the same group due to familiarity with the area and successful designs in high profile areas.

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A few more details on this project:

- The moniker will include Dinerstein's Vantage brand.

- Dinerstein is still wrapping-up the purchase of the sites from RJ Young.

- Hoar Construction will definitely be the  general contractor.

- Early 2020 groundbreaking is planned. If so, it would seem that the two warehouse buildings on site would be razed starting no later than November.

More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21083188/groundbreaking-looms-on-sobro-tower

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That’s a handsome addition to this little area of the gulch, which is very quickly becoming a dense residential section. You have the original gulch being the touristy district, Nashville yards as the entertainment district, Capitol View as the business, and this as the residential (and affordable) part. 

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12 minutes ago, markhollin said:

Dinerstein finalizes purchase of the RJ Young sites (2.38 acres) for $20.7 million. 

Incredible that this sells for 20.7 million and the 5th and Broadway development sold for 5 million(?)

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1 minute ago, Bos2Nash said:

Incredible that this sells for 20.7 million and the 5th and Broadway development sold for 5 million(?)

Government owned property / deal for 5th and Broadway. 

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And Metro wants to know why they are in the hole. They buy high and sell low. Whenever something is out for bid it always goes for way under the value of the land. Something is wrong with the way Metro does things. But it seems it is that way way with the state and the feds. Everyone looks and says hey there are some suckers, lets take em to the cleaners..

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I hate to be, as my Brasilian brothers and sisters say: datch guy, but this project is giving me Broadstone vibes. In that the renderings look nice, but it looks like a design that could very easily be value engineered into oblivion...

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I had not noticed until now that the footprint of this one is very much (idential) to that of the Buckingham (Aertson) project at Broadway and 21st Avenue. 

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