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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

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.

This is how you do proper development! Bury that ugly ass, wasted space parking (I know Broadwest did this, but it definitely seems foreign to developers), work the street network to align with one an

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But honestly, is it 612' or 618' ? Either way, it will appear to be the tallest because of the elevation on that lot. But will it actually be the tallest?

Hopefully this comes to fruition and spurs more development across KVB, so the SoBro and "Pie Town" :tw_joy: areas will start to fill in.

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1 minute ago, markhollin said:

From my understanding, they specifically made it 618' to be one foot taller than the spires at the AT&T Building, thus making it the tallest in the state (for now). 

'Bout time someone did that. Those spires are absurd! [there, I said it!]

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9 minutes ago, nashville born said:

Smeagolsfree,  where can I find your excellent development map?

On desktop, you would click on “Development Maps” on the top, and then “Nashville.” On mobile, you would click on the menu button on the top right, and then “Development Maps” and then “Nashville.” 
 

Here’s the mobile link(may work on desktop): https://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/development-maps/nashville-development-map/

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Wow what a project!  This is how it's done!  Looking at the surrounding lots is semi-hilarious... no doubt they will fill out with highrises of their own in due time, but as of right now, this will be a bit in no-man's land!

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10 hours ago, smeagolsfree said:

Again we need the big city developers coming to town and putting the small fry Nashville companies in the burbs where they should be.

No wine is served until its time!

Can you at least let us know how tall this wine glass is?

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11 hours ago, BnaBreaker said:

Wow what a project!  This is how it's done!  Looking at the surrounding lots is semi-hilarious... no doubt they will fill out with highrises of their own in due time, but as of right now, this will be a bit in no-man's land!

Just as long as it doesn't result in the demolition of the remaining 19th century homes on Rutledge Hill a block or so away.

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There's a certain sort of sameness among the buildings in those photos.  The curves of these towers will break that up a lot! And the street level  presence will look amazing. 

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