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801 Church St. (38 stories, 440'? 351 units, 2,654 sq. ft. retail, 511 capacity garage)

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If you just can't wait to live on this corner, you might consider the renovated Nashville Gas Co. building.  Earlier this week it looked pretty good from the car.

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1 hour ago, MLBrumby said:

That's actually a very nice looking building. IDK if it originally had windows on that side, but it sure fits the building very well. Nashville needs to keep its small collection of prewar masonry 4-8 story buildings. 

Hope they do a nice mural on that wall between the windows.

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On 1/4/2021 at 6:08 PM, downtownresident said:

Nothing much new, except for a new layout of the ground floor. All of the retail space has been moved to the corner of 8th/Church and loading moved to 9th. No height on the elevations yet.

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Good to see they flipped the loading to 9th. Having it on Rosa Parks was extremely dumb and would've been a nightmare. 3 Elevators for the parking Structure and than 3 Elevators for the Tower is intertesting. Looking at the graphics of the elevator layouts, it would appear the elevators in the top left of the plan are to serve the residences (separated elevator shaft is possibly the emergency access elevator/service elevator), but then again having both egress stairs in the center of the building makes more sense for serving a tower and giving 360 views to the residences. The other possiblity is the elevators in the top left are for the parking structure and the separated shaft is for the underground parking and the other two are for the above ground parking. 

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3 minutes ago, Bos2Nash said:

Good to see they flipped the loading to 9th. Having it on Rosa Parks was extremely dumb and would've been a nightmare. 3 Elevators for the parking Structure and than 3 Elevators for the Tower is intertesting. Looking at the graphics of the elevator layouts, it would appear the elevators in the top left of the plan are to serve the residences (separated elevator shaft is possibly the emergency access elevator/service elevator), but then again having both egress stairs in the center of the building makes more sense for serving a tower and giving 360 views to the residences. The other possiblity is the elevators in the top left are for the parking structure and the separated shaft is for the underground parking and the other two are for the above ground parking. 

If this is done like the SoBro is, the elevators at the top left will serve above/underground parking, and the elevators in the center will be for the residential tower. 

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That is very logical. Corners in parking garages are tragically inefficent, so utilizing it for elevators makes sense. Plus wasting that corner on elevators for the residences would be such a loss for Tony's revenue of the buidling.

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1 minute ago, nashville born said:

Curious to know if any site work has begun on this and/or 900?

Not yet. I drove by yesterday. The Foundation permit for this one has been applied for, but not approved yet. Tony also hasn’t closed on the land just yet. 

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Tony will probably pull the trigger on both of these at the same time. It just takes time to pull all of the moving parts together and a probable laydown lot.

 

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1 hour ago, L'burgnative said:

Wikipedia has this one and 900 listed as "Under Construction" so I'm sure the construction crews are there and y'all just can't see them.

You have to wear X-ray vision glasses.  There’s already a hole 50 feet deep. :tw_lol:

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6 hours ago, smeagolsfree said:

Tony will probably pull the trigger on both of these at the same time. It just takes time to pull all of the moving parts together and a probable laydown lot.

 

Where will the be staging location and construction trailer? I don't think these should be considered 'under construction' until then

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10 hours ago, LA_TN said:

Where will the be staging location and construction trailer? I don't think these should be considered 'under construction' until then

Thats a question for the Wiki guy for sure! Does anyone have speculation where the laydown lot will be for these two projects?

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5 minutes ago, smeagolsfree said:

Thats a question for the Wiki guy for sure! Does anyone have speculation where the laydown lot will be for these two projects?

Best option would be to rent out the parking lot in front of the old library. 

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6 hours ago, smeagolsfree said:

Thats a question for the Wiki guy for sure! Does anyone have speculation where the laydown lot will be for these two projects?

I agree with @downtownresident, but I was more thinking the TSU/YMCA lot and/or possibly the lot between the Frost building and Commerce

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