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This is mystery tower number two I have know about for a while as well. 300 Plus Units 316 Feet Tall Developer: Scenic Investments More at Nashville Post here: https://www.nashville

Scenic Investments and the Orbison Building folks have brokered a deal in their dispute about the new structure being built too close.  There will now be a 15 foot gap (triple from the previous design

Fencing up around site. Looking SW from intersection of Broadway and 16th Ave. South:  

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59 minutes ago, smeagolsfree said:

There was supposed to be news coming on this one.  The odd thing about this project is that Scenic took on a investment partner out of Austin. I found this after following the money trail. There is also a third party involved. The group out of Austin is a large student housing company.

I would have to go back and find the name, but I found this property sitting on their end of year balance sheet on the annual report. Yes, I do a lot of needless digging around and now you understand that I dig into the deep info and find crap out. Now that Taylor checks some other permits and such on Metro, and William with his sources, its like a three headed beast.

Was it the student housing company that turned out to be a Ponzi sceme? Sky lofts is the building that turned out to be a scam in Austin.

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