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Albion, 21 stories/270 ft, 430 residential units, 39,650 sq. ft. office, 5,650 sq. ft. of retail, 364 car garage, 645 Division St.

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I think Nashville will actually fare well among larger cities post-COVID. For several reasons, not the least of which is the relatively low number of fatalities and the strong healthcare infrastructure there. Just to be sure (as I've been guessing the location of Kelty's pre-fab TRAVISty), this is next to that? 

This tower will not be very tall, but it will add some interesting curved lines to the skyline from the south. 

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Some angles really remind me of a taller version of the OG Virgin Hotel design-

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And I mean that in the best way possible, I really like the look of this one!

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The design is nice.  It doesn't look like it will be as tall as the Omni the way the horizontal designs are placed.  It will stand out as you drive north on 65.  

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Is that location in Pietown?  ;)  If I recall, wasn't this the location of a proposed multi-tower development years ago, also from a developer out of Chicago?

I like the split tower design.  It would be much more striking on the skyline if at least one of the towers was at least 30 stories.

A 20 story building in that location will still have a strong visual impact when traveling on I-65 northbound and as you travel along the I-40 loop

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10 minutes ago, PillowTalk4 said:

Is that location in Pietown?  ;)  If I recall, wasn't this the location of a proposed multi-tower development years ago, also from a developer out of Chicago?

I like the split tower design.  It would be much more striking on the skyline if at least one of the towers was at least 30 stories.

A 20 story building in that location will still have a strong visual impact when traveling on I-65 northbound and as you travel along the I-40 loop

If you're talking about the proposed (then cancelled) multi-tower development that I think you're talking about, then it was on the other side of the railroad tracks from this one - bordered by 6th, Mulberry, Vine, and the Division connector. 

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7 hours ago, BnaBreaker said:

This is a very high quality design, but when I look at it I can't help but think how much better this would look as an 800 footer.  

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This is pretty awesome, but won't it completely block the view of the skyline when coming northbound 65 into town? Broadwest did kind of the same for 8th avenue headed into town.

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Broadwest???!?!?! From 8th Avenue? Where do you live? 

And NO... it will not COMPLETELY block the skyline from I-65 heading north toward downtown. 

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If you think about it, Frugal MacDougal's is really the anchor retail establishment for this neighborhood.  I really enjoy shopping at that store!

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