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1010 Church Street (60 story/750', 500 unit residential tower, 7 story/60,000 sq. ft. YMCA addition), $350 million


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I feel great about financing for the full 65 because of the condo/apt mix and the partnership with the Y. The verbiage in the articles makes me think the Y is the owner and Tony is developing with interest. This is quite possibly my favorite day of 2021!!!

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2 hours ago, rolly said:

Finally topping Batman (height record holder since 1994!).

This just needs a 250' spire to break 1,000'.     

 

Actually now that you mention it, I think it'd look pretty awesome to have the city's two tallest with soaring spires as sort of book ends on each side of the skyline.

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54 minutes ago, BnaBreaker said:

Actually now that you mention it, I think it'd look pretty awesome to have the city's two tallest with soaring spires as sort of book ends on each side of the skyline.

Sort of like how it was for many years with the L&C on the east side and the (now) Tennessee Tower on the west. Except then we had the bookends, but not many books! :tw_tounge_wink:

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Sorry guys, FAA rules! Nothing will be taller than 750’ in this town till the rules are changed.

1 hour ago, markhollin said:

With this moving forward, it is safe to declare that the Paramount on the Church Street Pocket Park lot is now dead.  

I had taken that off the board three weeks ago.

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