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Old September 23rd, 2014, 02:52 AM   #3201
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Originally Posted by ariesjow View Post
The rendering for M Residences, the Lennar project at 19th and Chet Atkins, has been revealed by the Nashville Post. Looks like it's gained a couple of floors and is now 19 stories.


That looks similar to a development about to commence in Atlanta 60 11th St, at least the front corner
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Old September 26th, 2014, 03:47 AM   #3202
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Giarratana releases rendering for Midtown project

I&G 2200 State Inc., a development entity with a Nashville connection, has released an image for its 22state micro-housing apartment project currently under construction in Midtown.

Giarratana Nashville and equity partner LaSalle Investment Management created I&G to undertake the project, which will feature 138 one-bedroom units and eight two-bedroom units. Of note, the bulk of the building's 146 units will be smaller than 500 square feet. The building will be located at the northwest corner of the intersection of 22nd Avenue North and State Street.

An updated rendering of the new SESAC headquarters on Music Row. Excavation currently underway.

Developer lands permit for Midtown apartment project

Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co. has landed a permit for parking garage foundation work for its residential project Aspire under construction in Midtown.

The 279-unit apartment building will be located at 2400 Charlotte Ave. and also face a portion of 23rd Avenue.

LPC Contractors, a division of Lincoln Property, is handling the building effort, with the permit valued at about $535,000.

HCA set to break ground on North Gulch building

Current progress on the construction of the new Vanderbilt engineering building.

On-site work begins for Midtown development

Erosion barriers have been set up at the Midtown site on which Dallas-based developer Phoenix Property Group plans a 194-unit six-story apartment building to be called Cadence.

The company recently paid $6.2 million for the site, which sits at the northwest corner of the intersection of 16th Avenue South and McGavock Street.

Nashville-based R.C. Mathews Contractor will serve as general contractor for the project.

PPG is targeting an early 2016 opening for Cadence, which will include some ground-level retail space.

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The official groundbreaking ceremony for HCA's 17 story headquarters in the North Gulch is set for this Friday. It's reported that heavy equipment is already on site and moving dirt.

HCA sets North Gulch tower groundbreaking
HCA will break ground Friday on its North Gulch office tower that will eventually house company divisions Sarah Cannon Research Institute and Parallon Business Solutions.

The 17-story building will represent an approximately $300 million investment. About 2,000 jobs are part of the equation.

To be located in what is being called Capitol View, the 247-foot-tall tower will be the first development on the overall 32-acre site. HCA, which own about 11 acres, is working with Boyle Nashville, which will handle marketing and leasing of retail space in the tower. Similarly, Boyle and Northwestern Mutual Real Estate are working to develop about 21 acres of adjoining property.
The ceremony starts at 10 a.m. and will include remarks from HCA President and CEO Milton Johnson and Nashville Mayor Karl Dean.

'The Possum' lives on: George Jones museum planned downtown
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There are more than 1000 possums inside Country Music Museum, I guess it's not big enough so GJ has his own museum. Soon Dolly Parton will build another one so big just to fit her hair inside.

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