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MTSUBlueraider86

The First Platinum LEED Certified Skyscraper

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Terrazzo was our first LEED certified building, however it is not a SILVER LEED certified building. What do you think the chances are of Nashville getting a silver certified tower in the urban core?

Here is the article about Duke Energy Center:

http://www.bizjourna...uke-energy.html

BR86

BR86,

I think you mean Terrazzo was the city's first LEED-certified "high rise building."

WW

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Jice said:

"Hmm.. do we not already have one? Or am I confused.."

Pinnacle at Symphony Place

I stand corrected! Yes, you are right sir. I forgot about the Pinnacle. So the question should be, will we get anymore?

BR86

I forgot about The Pinnacle at Symphony Place being Silver LEED certified, too. Memory is bad.

WW

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This got me curious.. and caused me to come across the usgbc's project list site...

http://www.usgbc.org...rojectList.aspx

Something interesting on here.. there are 2 Nashville neighborhoods that are LEED certified.

The Gulch is silver LEED.

"The Gateway to Nashville" is Gold LEED.. one step higher than the Gulch's certification. But where is it?

The best thing I can find that seems to talk about it is this article from 1999...

http://www.bizjourna.../19/story6.html

"The historic Gateway to Nashville, located behind Cummins Station, is believed to be the largest clear-span structure of its kind"

Is this referring to the Cannery Row area with Mercy Lounge, etc?

Whatever happened to this proposal for a shopping area? Sounds like they had some great plans for the area..

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