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14 hours ago, markhollin said:

Courtesy of Skyline King:

Nashville, April, 2022, Skyline King, 5 x.png

This is a good picture indicating growth to the ride side of downtown (south) in this image, but overall, it's probably one of the more lackluster downtown Nashville images I've seen during the building boom in the last 2-3 years. 

For me, I think it may be the green hill around the capital building, or the parking lot across the street from it, along with the not yet green trees. And then the brick building (what is that building?) with the chimney has that "1940s vintage" sort of look. It makes downtown appear smaller than what it is, to me anyway.

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11 hours ago, jjbradleyBrooklyn said:

This is a good picture indicating growth to the ride side of downtown (south) in this image, but overall, it's probably one of the more lackluster downtown Nashville images I've seen during the building boom in the last 2-3 years. 

For me, I think it may be the green hill around the capital building, or the parking lot across the street from it, along with the not yet green trees. And then the brick building (what is that building?) with the chimney has that "1940s vintage" sort of look. It makes downtown appear smaller than what it is, to me anyway.

The hill and high elevation of that area kind of blocks the view from the rest of the skyline. The capital hill area is definitely lacking when comes to development, at least comparing to the rest of the city. 

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3 hours ago, markhollin said:

Courtesy of Skyline King:

455680642_NashvilleApril2022SkylineKing14.png

Love this shot! Looks to be from around roughly Nov/Dec 2021? Judging by one of the office towers to the left still partially not filled in with glass. :) Excited to see the 2 or parking lots in this shot developed, which I'm sure will happen in the next 3-5 years, as Nashville is currently going.

Also, the Ritz Carlton lot you can make out to the right of the pic, will be awesome to see that filled in by this time next year with construction.

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1 hour ago, markhollin said:

It is from April.

Ah, really? OK, I think what threw me was I couldn't see Giarratana's tower going up. But I think it's blocked by the Hyatt--and I can see the red crane poking out above it.

This shot will dramatically change with such tremendous density and infill by this time in say, 2024. 

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