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2nd & Peabody will be a two tower complex (one at 38 stories/618 ft. with a hotel and office space; the other at 33 stories/456 ft. featuring additional hotel and residential) on the 2.2 acre full

Implementing input from community groups and Metro Planning Dept., Congress Group has made some changes to the 2nd & Peabody development: - One building will now be 36 story residential at 43

MDHA Design Review Committee unanimously approved the conceptual design for 2nd & Peabody this morning.  The Congress Group will now go before the Metro Planning Commission on Thursday, Aug.

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8 minutes ago, downtownresident said:

Looks like it. Gresham designed that one too, so it makes sense that they would add it in. 

Looks taller than even 505 and ATT.  So with their inside knowledge, I wonder if that one will be even taller than previous renderings have shown. 

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6 minutes ago, downtownresident said:

The height is 618’ when you subtract the highest elevation on the office tower from the ground elevation. Elsewhere in the document it shows 612’. 

Thanks! I can’t read the elevations on my phone. I hope it’s 618’. Would be a shame to stop short of a new tallest. 

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1 hour ago, smeagolsfree said:

This is now the proposal for the new tallest, other than Paramount,  but I know of another one too. I cant say a word other than that. When I say another one I mean taller than this.

Oh when do we hear about this one?

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