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1000 Church Street (60 story/750', 500 unit residential tower, 7 story/60,000 sq. ft. YMCA addition), $350 million


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1000 Church St. will be a partnership between Tony Giarratana and the Downtown YMCA that will feature a 60 story, approx. 750' residential tower (Nashville's new tallest) of 500 units, and a 7 story,

I don’t think there will be an issue with the bonus height on this project either. Tony seemed to be pretty confident as to the bonus height requirements when meeting with him and first seeing the des

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13 hours ago, FluffyP13 said:

It blows my mind that for a city it’s size Nashville doesn’t have any of the sleek high end big box gyms like equinox. Funny that the YMCA dominates the market. This will only push that further!


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If any of those big box gyms are thinking of coming here, now might be a good time to try. Despite all the assurances that the existing Y will operate as usual during this construction project, I think many will find it fairly inconvenient. I'm thinking that the existing showers, & locker rooms will be lost, for a time, and whatever temporary measures they make will displease the regulars. The Y does have the market cornered, so if I was tempted to give them some competition, I would try before this gets built. 

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15 hours ago, FluffyP13 said:

It blows my mind that for a city it’s size Nashville doesn’t have any of the sleek high end big box gyms like equinox. Funny that the YMCA dominates the market. This will only push that further!


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I think there are a lot of boutique hip funky gyms in The Gulch. 

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2 hours ago, Nash_12South said:

If any of those big box gyms are thinking of coming here, now might be a good time to try. Despite all the assurances that the existing Y will operate as usual during this construction project, I think many will find it fairly inconvenient. I'm thinking that the existing showers, & locker rooms will be lost, for a time, and whatever temporary measures they make will displease the regulars. The Y does have the market cornered, so if I was tempted to give them some competition, I would try before this gets built. 

Agreed. I know these types of gyms take up space, but it blows my mind that there isn't a Planet Fitness, LA Fitness, etc., anywhere near the core. The Y is great, but some people want something that's open 24 hours and a little lower cost. I just need the equipment — not the programming.

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11 minutes ago, VSRJ said:

Agreed. I know these types of gyms take up space, but it blows my mind that there isn't a Planet Fitness, LA Fitness, etc., anywhere near the core. The Y is great, but some people want something that's open 24 hours and a little lower cost. I just need the equipment — not the programming.

They are low cost with low overhead. The rents in the core would be sort of high I think, but I did see a PF in the Wall Street area of NYC.

I think PF was going to go in the location where QNTM Fit Life is, the old World gym site, but the rent was too steep.

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