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Looking west from 4th Avenue at the future Church Street buildings...includes the 'Prime',  the 'Alcove', '1001 Church', 'Amazon Phase1',  and the Gibson (1111 Church). I think the original photo came

Just the latest on this one from the NBJ... storm drainage grading permit and preliminary site work, from NBJ:  https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/construction/article/21144691/permit-patrol-30-no

Should have designed it with 359 units. It’s a prime number.

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On 10/4/2021 at 11:51 AM, markhollin said:

New image enlarged from 1000 Church Street rendering.  Looks like the pool is going to "hang over" Westview Condos.  
 

Prime, Oct 4, 2021, render.png

for some reason this is the first time i've noticed that cantilevered pool... wow! Is that really happening?

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