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So this is across the street from the rumored tower you referred to in another post (805 5th Ave South)? Different project?  I think that site is where the guy wanted to build the 12-story bachelorette hotel with pod-rooms.

And Broadstone is the brand name for projects by Alliance, right? The sub-headline refers to Broadwest but I think that's a typo. 

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16 minutes ago, MLBrumby said:

So this is across the street from the rumored tower you referred to in another post (805 5th Ave South)? Different project?  I think that site is where the guy wanted to build the 12-story bachelorette hotel with pod-rooms.

And Broadstone is the brand name for projects by Alliance, right? The sub-headline refers to Broadwest but I think that's a typo. 

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Looks like 1 level of brick and I'm assuming the rest is stucco.    Between this and Lifestyle Communities, this will be a little Stucco-ville over there.    

It's hard to tell from the rendering, but doesn't look like there is any access or sidewalk activation along the entire frontage along Lafayette St. or 4th Ave.  (entrance appears to face Ash St).     As SoBro gradually redevelops, I would like to see new projects that face and address Lafayette.     

 

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2 hours ago, markhollin said:

Looking NW from intersection of Lindsley Ave. and 3rd Ave. South:

Broadstone SoBro, Nov 4, 2020, 3.jpeg

Really wanting this warehouse to be redeveloped into something very tall. 

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1 hour ago, nashvylle said:

Really wanting this warehouse to be redeveloped into something very tall. 

This will be the east side of the project, which is 8 stories tall.

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6 minutes ago, markhollin said:

This will be the east side of the project, which is 8 stories tall.

Thanks. I meant I hope the warehouse farther east on 2nd  & Lindsley

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If that is the house on the corner of 3rd and Ash, I think it is a STR. The building is at least a 100 years old and I think it dates back into the 1800s, but not sure. You have to realize the other remaining buildings in the area all date back well into the 1800's as well. So they were there long before anything in that neighborhood.

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