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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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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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  • markhollin changed the title to 1010 Church Street (60 story/750', 500 unit residential tower, 7 story/60,000 sq. ft. YMCA addition), $350 million
On 10/14/2021 at 4:15 PM, PillowTalk4 said:

Not bothered by the conversation, it's quite informative.  However, every post that isn't about the construction of the 60 story tower is proving why I hate the timeline of this project....  :tw_grimace: 

I'll be 60 next year, a ground breaking  of Nashville's first 60 story building would be a great symbolic birthday present Tony... :tw_glasses:

I’ll be 60 in 2059 and who even knows what Nashville will look like at that point haha

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3 hours ago, downtownresident said:

Found some additional images and diagrams via a document uploaded to Development tracker.

Source: http://maps.nashville.gov/MPC/2022DTC-006-001_plan.pdf

Some diagrams, first the Church Street level plan:

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A bit of a missed opportunity to tie into Platform Way, but the landscaped barrier blocking the Porte Cochere will be nice. 

10th Ave N level plan: 

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Rendering of the Church Street level:

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Landscape plan of Church Street level with concept imagery:

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Some full building diagrams. Appears to be a slight taper of the "crown":

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Another full building diagram showing the different uses. I'd imagine the condos are on top, starting on the 41st floor, with a private amenity / mechanical space on the 40th floor. Also to note, the YMCA addition will be 9 stories and 110' feet tall. Based on this, the condos will have sight-lines that will start above the Prime residential tower, giving those owners truly un-blocked views:

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Finally, high-res versions of the renderings we already have. Love the neighborhood view:

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What a gorgeous building. Imagine being an Amazon employee and walking right across the street to the office. I wonder if this sets a new record for highest elevation YMCA in the US?

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1 hour ago, TNMichigander said:

What a gorgeous building. Imagine being an Amazon employee and walking right across the street to the office. I wonder if this sets a new record for highest elevation YMCA in the US?

There used to be a YMCA branch at the top of what’s now the 5th3rd building. They nicknamed it the “Y in the sky.”

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