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Janek "Jay" Patel and his new company, Triumph Hospitality (a division of JV Hospitality) has the land the properties at 2221 Elliston Place, and 114-118 Louis Ave. under contract, most likely for a hotel. His other hotel properties specialize in budget brands like Comfort Inn, Days Inn, Holiday Inn, Home2Suites, and Red Roof Inn. He goes before metro Planning Commission to seek rezoning of the property on Dec. 13th. The site is directly behind the Caterpillar HQ on West End Ave.
No word on the size of the hotel, nor renderings yet.
The sad news is that the three 3 story buildings on the site, known as the Louise Douglas Apartments, will face demolition. They are considered eligible for National Register of Historic Places, but are not listed as such currently. They were constructed in 1925.
More at the Nashville Post here:
This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the property in teal, listed as Polygon 290, in the center of the frame:
Flank Inc, a NY based real estate developer, wants to build a 20 story, 192 room luxury hotel at 1101 Grundy. The site currently has a nondescript 3 story brick warehouse on the .37 acre site. The group has a contract to buy the site from Gulch Grundy Partners, who had purchased the plot for $2.05 million in 2015.
No word on which brand might be chosen, although Flank has worked with Perry Lane (a Marriott luxury brand) on some other recent projects in other cities. They are requesting 2 exemptions from design requirements of zoning regulations for that area and will go will go before the Metro Planning Commission on Thursday, Dec. 13.
The tower will also include a high-end restaurant and parking garage.
This hotel will be less than a block away from the new Asurion HQ, which will employ 2,000 people. The site also borders on Highwoods Properties (The Tennessean site), as well as being 1.5 blocks from the Endeavor's 1200 Broadway and The Gossett. Directly across the street to the north will be the Pins Mechanical Company entertainment venue. A lot percolating in this quadrant now.
More behind the NBJ paywall here:
And the Nashville Post paywall here:
Here is a massing render looking towards the SW:
This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the site in teal (traced in white) in the middle of the frame:
Paseo South Gulch (Voorhees Towers, 20 & 16 stories w/ 620 residential units, 18,000 sq. ft. office, 14,000 sq. ft. retail) + rehab of old industrial buildings into office/retail w/ 84,000 sq. ft., 2.6 acres, 700 8th Ave. SouthBy markhollin
The new info on the 16 & 20 story residential towers that are part of the project starts on page 2 of this thread on Jan. 29, 2021.
Here is the original info:
Somera Road, a development firm out of NYC, is finalizing details on the purchase of 2.6 acres along 8th Ave. South by year's end that includes the Voorhees Building and the onetime home of the Downtown Antique Mall.
The plan will be to keep and upgrade those two structures and upgrading them with new lobbies, windows, elevators, etc. to become Class A office space. Most likely the remaining 3 other nondescript/non-historical buildings on the site would be razed. In their place could go new structures that might rise as high as 11 stories that would weave between those remaining two. Mixed-use of retail, office, hotel, and parking is envisioned.
Manuel Zeitlan Architects and ESa have been enlisted for design and architectural efforts.
They are open to selling some of the parcels or co-developing.
More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:
The former Downtown Antique Mall structure will be saved and refurbished into Class A office space:
The Voorhees Building will also be saved and refurbished for Class A office space:
An up-to-24 story mixed-use tower including apartments, hotel space, and a parking garage is being planned by HRI Properties (owners of Holston House) at the SW corner of Rosa Parks Blvd. and Commerce St. that has been owned by Christ Church Cathedral as a surface lot for parishoners over the past dozen years. Prior to 2004, it had been home to the Hathcock Building, which was razed then.
As part of the new tower, the church will retain at least 75 contiguous and structured parking spaces in the future building and receive monthly ground lease payments.
HRI will now begin securing various Metro approvals and financing, which they hope to complete by the end of this year. They are currently working on architectural drawings and schematics for review. They hope to break ground by early 2020, with a 2 year construction planned.
More behind the Nashville Post paywall here:
Looking SW from intersection of Rosa Parks Blvd. and Commerce St:
This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map show the property in teal listed as HRI Mixed-use Building in the center of the frame:
Swerdling in SoBro - 2 Hotels at 1st & KVB - 36 stories/450 ft./491 rooms, 14 stories/200'/ 200 roomsBy Paramount747
I guess we can start a thread for this.