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Old July 22nd, 2014, 11:09 PM   #3121
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^That's definitely the best rendering we've seen thus far! It's been difficult to determine the placement of this tower until now.

Really disappointing to find out the height will only be 336 feet. It's the only disappointing news I've read today, tbh.
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How do you know it will only be 336? At 33 floors that's only an average of 10 per floor? Seems like the bottom few with retail would be more? The Viridian is 378 ft and 31 floors so I was hoping for about 400 on this? 336 would be really disappointing.
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^The height is 345'. Here is the site plan. Page 14 shows everything you need.

ftp://freeplotting.com/old/archive/SOBRO-%20Arch.pdf
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Tony Giarratana said in the Nashville Post that they will start securing the site immediately...

https://www.nashvillepost.com/news/2..._758m_in_loans
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Following the big news of Tony Giarratana fixing to break ground on the SoBro, there is a little bit of news in the Nashville Post and the NBJ this morning about 505 CST.


Giarratana moves 505 CST skyscraper to front burner
http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville...t-lacking.html


505 CST skyscraper would offer apartments, condos
http://nashvillepost.com/blogs/postb...rtments_condos


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Some new renderings and site plans for the capitol view project in the North Gulch. This is going to be huge for Nashville!

http://www.boyle.com/Portfolio/Mixed...pitolView.aspx







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Huge is good word to describe the Capitol View project. Once built out, the entire project would have:

731,500 Sq Ft of Office Space
280,500 Sq Ft of Retail / Anchor / Grocery Space
100,000 Sq Ft Conference Center
A Hotel
3 Parking Decks with 4, 5 & 6 Levels
31,600 Sq Ft of Retail / Restaurant Space
1.065 Residential Units

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Old July 24th, 2014, 02:18 AM   #3128
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Huge is good word to describe the Capitol View project. Once built out, the entire project would have:

731,500 Sq Ft of Office Space
280,500 Sq Ft of Retail / Anchor / Grocery Space
100,000 Sq Ft Conference Center
A Hotel
3 Parking Decks with 4, 5 & 6 Levels
31,600 Sq Ft of Retail / Restaurant Space
1.065 Residential Units

Whew!
Correction...Two hotels...


A recent article in the Nashville Post about the cost and timetable of the project said it carries a price tag of $500M, and will take 6-10 years to complete. Construction will start on the first phase (the 14 story and 10 story office buildings for HCA) by the end of the year.
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Some more big news today.

It appears groundbreaking is imminent with Eakin's 15 story office tower in the Gulch. The loan to fund construction will be closing this week. There's gonna be a whole lot of tower cranes in the skyline in the coming months...

With more tenants near, construction starting on Gulch's newest office building
http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville...arting-on.html
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John Eakin is hitting key milestones as he and his company develop and lease the newest office building in Nashville's Gulch neighborhood, just inside Interstate 40.
Eakin, the chairman and co-founder of Eakin Partners, is closing this week on a loan to fund construction. That work that will begin Aug. 1. Eakin declined to identify the lender, calling it "a well-known prominent local bank."
It will cost $97 million to build Eakin's 15-story office tower at 1201 Demonbreun St., which will be the next-door neighbor to the condo high-rise that developer Ray Hensler is building, named Twelve Twelve.
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Eakin's building will accelerate the Gulch's crucial maturation as it becomes not just a place to live, eat and shop — but also a place where people go to work. The Gulch's first office building is on pace to open next spring, developed by MarketStreet Enterprises, which is primarily responsible for turning the Gulch from a rundown rail yard into arguably Nashville's hottest growth spot.
Eakin's tower will offer 275,000 square feet of top-rated Class A office space. Eakin told me he has leases waiting to be signed that, collectively, represent 20 percent of the building.
If those leases all return officially signed, it would double what Eakin already has secured under leases with two tenants. Each is taking 26,000 square feet. One is the law firm Neal & Harwell, which will leave space at One Nashville Place downtown. The other is William Morris Endeavor, a California-based talent agency. That business will leave its current space at the Music Row roundabout, which the Eakin firm leases and manages.
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I've reported that one top target is Sony Music Nashville. Eakin declined comment. He noted that he has enough leases in hand to satisfy the bank that is loaning him the money for construction.
Eakin's contractor, Brasfield & Gorrie, expects to finish its work by Oct. 1, 2016 — two months earlier than originally projected.
"We're developing in what I think is the best location not just in Nashville, but in the entire Southeast," Eakin told me. "There is no other neighborhood with the activity and vibrant feeling the Gulch has."






City Winery sets opening date for Nashville
http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville...nashville.html
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City Winery, a restaurant, music venue and fully functioning winery in one, has set an Oct. 1 grand opening date for its Nashville outpost.
Located at 609 LaFayette St. in SoBro, it will be City Winery's fourth location, behind New York, Chicago and Napa Valley. Moving into a rehabbed 30,000-square-foot warehouse space, City Winery Nashville will feature a 300-seat concert hall, restaurant and private dining operation, according to a news release. A head chef has not been announced yet, but the menu will feature more than 400 wines and house-made City Winery selections on tap.




HonkyTonk Brewing Co. nears opening date in MetroCenter
http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville...g-date-in.html
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Add one more name to Nashville’s craft brewer list.
MetroCenter’s HonkeyTonk Brewing Co. is gearing up for its debut and public opening, slated for the next 60 days. The brewery, which filed construction permits last July, has been quiet over the past year, while owner Scott Swygert has been raising money for equipment and building out the 9,200-square-foot warehouse space.



Belmont lands $21.2M building permit
https://www.nashvillepost.com/blogs/...uilding_permit
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Belmont University has secured a permit for continued work on its under-construction academic and dining services complex located at 1909 15th Ave. S.

R.C. Mathews Contractor is serving as the project's general contractor, with the permit valued $21.23 million.





Acme Feed & Seed restaurant opens today
http://www.tennessean.com/story/life...oday/13048829/
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After months of waiting, Acme Feed & Seed opens its first-floor restaurant to the public today.

The feed supply store-turned restaurant and honky-tonk invites diners to grab fast-casual, street-inspired foods on a menu designed by executive chef Matt Farley, who worked for The Southern Steak & Oyster, Loveless Café and New York’s Noho Star. Dishes include hot chicken sandwiches, Mexican-style street corn and Thai-style shrimp fried rice.
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This first floor also serves 28 regional craft beers on tap, has live music daily, and sells Acme-branded and locally-made products in the Acme Pantry.

And soon, locals can look forward to hand-rolled sushi from Sam Katakura, “the Sushi Nazi,” who closed his popular eatery Sam’s Sushi this spring. His sushi will be available on the second floor, which along with the third and rooftop floors, is still under construction.

The restaurant opens daily at 11 a.m. at 101 Broadway.
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Old July 24th, 2014, 03:06 PM   #3130
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An article in the Tennessean this morning about the $300M Turnberry project across from the MCC. I can't wait to see some renders for this!

Plans emerge for United Methodist site downtown
http://www.tennessean.com/story/mone...town/13069339/
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The hotel and condos Turnberry Associates plans on property under contract with the United Methodist Publishing House will be developed simultaneously, the president of the developer's hospitality division said.

"The hotel is top priority and may come first — it won't take too long to design," said Ray Waters, also the former general manager for Florida-based Turnberry's Hilton Downtown Nashville and Union Station hotels here. "We're working on financing the whole project now. I don't think we'll have any issue. Nashville is a very good market — people want to be a part of it."

Design is underway for both the 450-room hotel and 250 condos, Waters said. Turnberry is expected to take over the 3.7 acres across from Music City Center in the spring after the publishing house moves to MetroCenter.
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The chatter in Nashville real estate circles has been that Turnberry would begin the estimated $300 million project with presale of condos before working on the hotel. That thinking is driven by difficulty getting large hotels financed. Lenders want developers to contribute 35 percent to 40 percent of the total project cost as equity, including any financing from government entities.

The hotel brand plays a significant role with Marriott, Starwood and Hilton considered most sought after by lenders and easiest to finance. Turnberry is believed to be pursuing a JW Marriott hotel flag for the Methodist property.

Financing for large condo projects, however, has also been challenging. But lenders are more willing to consider projects if developers can get at least half of the units presold with people putting down a nonrefundable deposit of 20 percent to 30 percent of the total purchase price.
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Michael Hayes, president of commercial real estate firm C.B. Ragland Co., said lenders have begun to consider condo development loans in Nashville.

"But at the same time, they want to see substantial reservations or presales before they can lend the money to build them," he said. "So it would be logical that Turnberry, if they plan to have condos as part of their program, would seek to presell the units or try to finance them as apartments and convert them at a later date, like Ray Hensler has done (with Twelve Twelve)."
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The Turnberry is by far the most exciting project to me. As a Realtor who works in the downtown and surrounding areas a lot we don't have many condos for sale at the moment. I know this project if done would probably not be completed for a few years but it's exciting to see new things coming on board. Seems like with the Gulch Eakin tower that there is not enough office space at the moment. At chance we could see some activity on Sheet Music because of it in the next 6 months? I have to think there is at leats 1 large corporation thinking of relocating that could use it.
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Old July 26th, 2014, 03:45 PM   #3132
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Does anyone have access to the Nashville Post? I saw on there yesterday an article about the Turnberry project most likely having 2 towers. My guess is a residential condo one and the other a hotel. We def could use both downtown.
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Does anyone have access to the Nashville Post? I saw on there yesterday an article about the Turnberry project most likely having 2 towers. My guess is a residential condo one and the other a hotel. We def could use both downtown.
Not me...It's still behind the paywall.

While not really a surprise, It does appear that there will indeed be two seperate towers. One will be a condo tower with 250 units, the other a 450 room hotel...presumably a JW Marriott.
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City Winery Nashville sets opening date
https://www.nashvillepost.com/blogs/...s_opening_date



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City Winery Nashville — the cosmopolitan night spot that is expected to help spur growth within SoBro — will open Oct. 1.

A combination restaurant, music venue and fully functioning winery, City Winery will be located at 609 LaFayette St. and will be the fourth City Winery location, joining those in New York, Chicago and Napa Valley, California.

The facility will be housed in a 30,000-square-foot warehouse space that is being dramatically overhauled (read more here). City Winery Nashville will feature a 300-seat concert hall, restaurant and private dining operation. A head chef has not been announced yet, but the menu will feature more than 400 wines and house-made City Winery selections on tap, according to a release.
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“We’ve been eyeing Nashville for a long time and we’re thrilled to finally become a part of its flourishing cultural and culinary scene,” Michael Dorf, City Winery founder and CEO, said in the relase. “The heart of City Winery is its music and what better place than Music City to showcase all types of music in a unique, upscale setting with fine wine and food. We can’t wait to open our doors and provide our guests with a one-of-a-kind concert and dining experience.”

City Winery has a series of soft opening events planned leading up to October’s grand opening. It has partnered with the Americana Music Association to host an awards show after party and has booked a full calendar of shows during the Americana Music Festival. It will also serve as the after-party location for the second annual Music City Food + Wine Festival.



This is very positive news for upcoming hotel projects such as the Westin, Virgin and Turnberry's presumed JW Marriott, also for future hotels as well. The hospitality market in Nashville seems to be doing extremely well. I could see several more large scale hotel projects being proposed in the coming years.

Nashville June hotel rate gains were No. 1
https://www.nashvillepost.com/blogs/...ashville_june_
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Hotel guests visiting Music City paid an average daily rate of almost $126 in June. That was 14.9 percent higher than the figure from a year earlier and was, according to research firm STR, the highest increase among the country's top markets. That performance was no doubt helped by the thousands who visited town early in the month for the CMA Music Fest, but it also was right in line with STR's March data, suggesting Nashville's hotel sector is moving a good bit upmarket.



A really good article on the need for more affordable housing downtown. It's a lengthy article so I'll just post up a few quotes from it.

Report: smaller, more affordable housing units are needed downtown
http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville...units-are.html
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Downtown Nashville rental occupancy hovered at 98 percent for the third consecutive year and condo sales hit record prices, according to the Nashville Downtown Partnership’s 2014 residential report, released Thursday.

Even with 14 new projects on the books, downtown housing stock will remain tight in the foreseeable future as demand continues to increase, contributing to rising rents and price per square foot. The report shows that the downtown area has 56 condo units on the market, translating to a two-month supply of re-sale units, tighter than last year’s three-month supply.

“Even with some new residential product on the horizon, pent-up demand, demographic shifts toward urban lifestyle preference and continued area job growth will perpetuate housing shortages for the near future,” the report states in its opening paragraph.
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In 2013, Nashville’s downtown population growth outpaced peer cities at 15 percent, but that’s slowed down as new housing stock has also slowed. Downtown population is expected to grow six percent this year, compared to seven percent in St. Louis, six percent in Indianapolis and five percent in Austin. In total, downtown Nashville is expected to finish 2014 with 7,685 residents and 4,803 units. By the end of 2015, both downtown residents and housing stock are expected to grow an additional 5.5 percent in Nashville.

In comparison, downtown Austin, where occupancy is 89 percent, is expected to grow its housing stock by 28 percent over that same time period. Downtown Charlotte, which has a 93.8 percent occupancy rate, is expected to grow its housing stock by 17 percent.
Even if all planned units come online by 2017, the report still predicts a 900 unit deficit in downtown Nashville.
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Currently, Nashville’s downtown housing stock is 49 percent rentals, 46 percent condos and five percent single-family. Affordable housing makes up just 8 percent of the downtown stock.
Here’s a breakdown of the downtown residential market by rentals and condo units, respectively:

Rentals: Currently, there are 2,232 rental units

-Six projects are under construction with an additional eight announced, which could deliver 2,569 new units by 2017

-Apartment rents increased over the past 24 months for studios, one- and two-bedroom units

-On the high-end, one-bedrooms saw rent increases of 18 percent, commanding $2,000 in some cases, and two-bedrooms saw rent increases of 15 percent. Studios saw rent increases of 10.5 percent on the low-end

-According to property managers, studios and the smallest one-bedrooms are the most popular and also yield the highest square foot prices

Condos: Currently, there are 2,097 condo units within 38 properties

-Twelve Twelve, the first condo project downtown since 2009, is expected to begin delivering units this fall

-Looking at four high-rise properties (Viridian, Encore, Icon and Terrazzo), cumulative price per square foot has risen nine percent over the past six months, to $389.03.
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The report concludes there are opportunities for Nashville’s downtown developers to cater to these two groups by building smaller, more affordable units with unique designs. According to research, more than 80 percent of U.S. household growth over the next 20 years will be in households without children and 40 percent will be in single-person households.



Groceries and a movie theater top downtown residents' wish list
http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville...-downtown.html
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Fencing going up at the HCA site.

Preliminary work begins at North Gulch HCA site
https://www.nashvillepost.com/blogs/...gulch_hca_site

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AT&T announced today that it was bringing it's ultra-fast internet service called 'Gigapower' here. Nashville will be the second city to receive this service after it was recently launched in Austin,TX. This news comes on the heels of Google Fiber announcing it selected Nashville to be on it's short list of candidates to possibly receive it's own version of super-speed internet service called 'Google Fiber'. Google is expected to make the decision on which city they choose later this year. This is definitely a pretty huge score for Nashville.

AT&T beats Google to the punch, will bring super-fast Internet service to Nashville
http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville...-gigaower.html


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AT&T U-verse with GigaPower, the telecom company's gigabit competitor to Google Fiber, is officially coming to Nashville.
Using an all-fiber network, AT&T's GigaPower service will offer download broadband speeds of up to one gigabit per second (or 1,000 megabits per second) and the network's "most advanced TV services to consumers," according to a news release. One gigabit per second is about 100 times faster than the average American Internet speed.
More information on availability, pricing and timing for the Nashville market will be announced at a later date, according to the news release.
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The announcement comes less than four months after Nashville was included on a list of 100 candidate cities and municipalities for AT&T's gigabit network. Today's announcement only relates to Nashville and not any other Tennessee cities or municipalities, AT&T spokeswoman Cathy Lewandowski said, though other candidite areas in the state have not been ruled out.
"We are very pleased that AT&T has selected Nashville for its ultra-high speed fiber network,” Mayor Karl Dean said in the release.

“This kind of technology is important to keep our city vibrant and attractive, and it is further proof of how Nashville is positioned as a city of the future. We look forward to working with AT&T as they bring this exciting new service to our residents.”
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AT&T already offers GigaPower service in Austin, Texas, which is also slated to be one of the earliest recipients of Google's gigabit product, Google Fiber. Dallas-based AT&T also recently announced plans to roll out in Dallas, Fort Worth and surrounding cities, and agreements have been reached in Raleigh-Durham and Winston-Salem, according to the release.




Nashville economy advancing at a 'rapid pace,' PNC report says
http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville...-pace-pnc.html
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A recent report from PNC Bank says the Nashville “economy is advancing at a rapid pace.” PNC also writes that “a diverse industrial structure, strong population growth, low business costs and high educational attainment elevate Nashville’s growth potential above the U.S.’s.”
In its report, PNC tracked several economic metrics, from population growth, housing prices, and employment numbers. Here’s a quick breakdown of their assessment of Nashville.
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Nashville’s rate of job growth was 1.5 percentage points faster than the U.S. job growth rate in 2013 (3.2 percent in Nashville compared to 1.7 percent employment growth nationwide). More importantly, according to PNC’s report, payroll jobs in Nashville were up nearly 8 percent from their early 2008 peak (meaning Nashville recovered from the recession much faster than the nation at large). PNC anticipates employment growth to continue, forecasting a 2.6 percent increase in employment in 2014 and 2.2 percent the following year.

“Recovery has been broad-based with professional services providing much of the boost to the area’s job market,” writes PNC, noting “healthy gains” in health care and transportation. The report also points out “local manufacturing is benefiting from steady increases in auto sales nationwide.”
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While Nashville’s median income and cost of living are close to the national average, PNC forecasts that “rising employment in high-wage professional services, education and health care will enable personal income growth in Nashville to outpace the U.S. over the next couple of years.”
One other driving factor for Nashville: an influx of new residents and population growth which "routinely outperforms both U.S. and Southern averages," writes PNC. Those demographic changes "will be a significant driver of construction, retail and health care."

The city is “well-positioned to maintain” economic growth above the national average for the remainder of 2014 and in 2015, according to the report. PNC cites “strong gains in professional services, consumer industries, education and health care.”




Renaissance office space sold
http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville...pace-sold.html


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Nashville-based Elmington Capital Group has completed its purchase of 100,000 square feet of office space atop downtown's Renaissance Hotel.
Elmington bought the space from Rodgers Welch Venture Inc. for $10.15 million in a deal that closed Friday afternoon.
The office space covers six floors (floors 26-31).

"We look forward to having a stake in a building that helps make up the Nashville skyline," said Ryan Seibels, a vice president with Elmington. "As much as anything, this reflects our conviction in Nashville. You can see a lot of energy and money being pumped into the Nashville economy."




Developer planning 1,000 homes in Hendersonville
http://www.tennessean.com/story/mone...ille/13294023/


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Construction should begin by early November on Durham Farms, a mixed-used community of more than 1,000 single-family residences and townhomes planned for Hendersonville.

"It's going to be a master-planned traditional neighborhood design that incorporates a town center and a walkable community," said Bill Charles, a local development manager working with Boston-based property owner Freehold Capital Management.

Last fall, real estate investment and development firm Freehold bought the 472 acres on Drakes Creek Road one mile north of the Indian Lake Village shopping center. The seller was Durham Farms LLC, a now-defunct entity former business partners Scott Sohr and H. Preston Ingram had formed to develop the property.
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Strong employment growth in Sumner County, including the relocation of firearms maker Beretta USA to Gallatin, is driving demand for more housing, said David McGowan, president of Regent Homes, which hopes to be one of the homebuilders at Durham Farms.

Durham Farms is one of several new residential projects underway or coming to Hendersonville. Among others, Gallatin-based Goodall Homes plans within the next month to start building homes at Millstone, a new subdivision off Saundersville Road approved for 614 homes with commercial buildings planned on an additional 16 acres.




There's also some talk about the $180M Federal Courthouse starting within the next year over on UP. Nashville has reportedly been first on the list to receive funding for a new courthouse to be built for quite some time.

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The site of the 33 story luxury apartment tower "SoBro" is being is being secured with fencing as we speak. All funding for the project has been secured and this is a go. I can't wait for this bad boy to start rising!

On-site work begins on SoBro
https://www.nashvillepost.com/blogs/...egins_on_sobro
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Work began this morning on securing with fencing the construction site for SoBro, the 33-story luxury apartment tower to be located within the downtown district for which the building is named.

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