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Old September 19th, 2013, 06:25 PM   #21
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Look's like the Buckingham project is getting ready to start.

Here is the new rendering. Personally, I like this new rendering better then the older one.

Buckingham development on 21st Ave. S. across from Vanderbilt moves ahead
Work may start soon for large $120 million-plus mixed-use project
http://www.tennessean.com/article/20...095/BUSINESS02

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The Indianapolis-based developer planning a large mixed-use development on 21st Avenue South across from Vanderbilt’s campus hopes to pull permits and start utility work and demolition within weeks, according to its lawyer.
Last week, Buckingham Cos. filed its final site plan for the $120 million-plus project with Metro’s planning department. Approval would allow the developer to obtain building and grading permits.
Overall, the development Buckingham plans on nearly 2 acres would include a roughly 180-room hotel, 350 apartment units and 39,130 square feet of restaurant and retail space, according to the filing.
Number of rooms for hotel increases

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Among changes included in the final submission from Buckingham and the LaGasse family, the number of hotel rooms increased from 165, while the building area stayed the same

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Old September 24th, 2013, 11:59 PM   #22
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Exclusive: First glimpse of Tony Giarratana's Sheet Music tower
http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville...arratanas.html




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Last week we told you about Sheet Music, the 41-story mixed-use tower that developer Tony Giarratana is planning in SoBro.
Today we bring you a rendering of the project, designed by Perkins+Will, which also designed the world's most expensive home.
Sheet Music is slated for the southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Demonbreun Street, next to the Encore condominium tower.
The curvilinear project's current design consists of three main layers: parking, office space and 15 stories of residential or hotel rooms on top.
Giarratana said he is in talks with an international company for a headquarters that would anchor the high-rise.
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Old September 25th, 2013, 12:05 AM   #23
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Here is the renderings for the The Music Row Roundabout Apartments.
17 stories, 178.5 ft.



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Old September 27th, 2013, 09:26 PM   #24
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Proposed roundabout tower gets commission approval
http://nashvillepost.com/blogs/postb...ssion_approval



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The Metro Planning Commission on Thursday approved an out-of-town developer's request to modify the site plan currently in place via the Music Row Urban Design Overlay District, thus allowing for a project somewhat larger in scope than originally proposed.
Charlotte, N.C.-based developer Childress Klein Properties had proposed the tower at 14 stories and no more than 150 feet tall, the maximum height the UDO allows. Now the company can build the tower at 16 stories and 178.5 feet tall. In addition, the commission vote will allow Childress Klein to reduce the street wall along Division Street frontage from the required 100 percent to approximately 66 percent so that a public plaza and a private courtyard amenity can be included.
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Old September 28th, 2013, 04:52 AM   #25
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Nashville's plan for SoBro-Gulch pedestrian bridge is big on bold
700-foot-long bridge could cost up to $16 million

http://www.tennessean.com/article/20...nclick_check=1







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Mayor Karl Dean’s administration is moving forward on plans to connect SoBro and the Gulch, two of downtown Nashville’s hottest neighborhoods, with an architecturally eye-popping pedestrian bridge with a hefty price tag.
In moves key to executing the project, Metro last month hired engineering and construction firms to oversee what city officials estimate could cost as much as $16 million to build.
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Conceptual plans, call for a 700-foot-long cable bridge that winds across the CSX rail lines, connecting 10th Avenue South of Cummins Station to Pine Street in the Gulch, near the rear of the new Pine Street Flats and Velocity apartments.
A soaring 160-foot pillar, visible across downtown, would anchor the bridge on the SoBro end, with a shorter 100-foot version on the Gulch side. The bridge, 30 feet wide, would be accessible to bicyclists and pedestrians via staircases, ramps and glass elevators. It also would feature bands of raised park space along its entire surface.
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The Metro Council approved a capital-spending plan in the spring that allocated $18 million for new bridge projects. The new pedestrian bridge would absorb most of it. Its construction could begin by spring or summer 2014, according to Macy, and would not require additional council approval.
“It would definitely increase traffic, and we’re definitely looking forward to it if it turns out,” said Riley Karp, manager at Coffee, Lunch, an establishment on 10th Avenue that would benefit from the access of Gulch residents to his side of the chasm.
But the conceptual plan says its goal is not just connectivity and practicality but “to become a ‘place’ in its own right.”
“The 700 ft. curving structure floats above the railroad gulch and is anchored with grand flights of stairs on either end, providing a needed link from the burgeoning mixed-use Gulch district to the rapidly transforming area in and around the new convention center,” it says.
The plan calls for a series of gathering areas with nooks for musicians and other activities on the bridge’s surface. At night, the entire bridge would be lit.
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Old October 7th, 2013, 04:25 PM   #26
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The Southern Land tower project is moving forward. Financing has been secured and construction is scheduled to start in the spring. Souther Land Co. also said they moving there headquarters to the tower taking up about one-third of the overall space.

Green Hills mixed-use project advances
Southern Land Co. buys needed acreage for $13.5 million
http://www.tennessean.com/article/20...095/BUSINESS02

For those unfamiliar with the tower.
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Old October 7th, 2013, 05:43 PM   #27
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Progress on the 23-story |270 foot| $80 million luxury high-rise apartment tower: The Mondrian at 12th and Laurel




July 29th 2013


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August 14th 2013








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Old October 10th, 2013, 07:45 AM   #28
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Will Nashville ever have any buildings that will reach 100 stories.
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Old October 21st, 2013, 07:52 PM   #29
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Will Nashville ever have any buildings that will reach 100 stories.
I don't want to say never, but highly unlikely. The tallest building ever proposed for Nashville was the Signature tower at 70 floors and 1057 feet. It came close to happening, but it was cancelled due to the recession.

Here is the link to that thread, and the tower.
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=344749

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Old October 21st, 2013, 07:59 PM   #30
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The Gulch Crossings tower is getting ready to start.

| 130ft | 8 fl | Prep

http://www.tennessean.com/article/20...nclick_check=1

The tower.








And the old render.






Construction has also started on the Hilton Garden Inn hotel on KVB. It's 15 floors and 157 ft.



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Old November 5th, 2013, 02:01 AM   #31
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Site prep for the Gulch Crossings tower.

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Old November 9th, 2013, 05:11 AM   #32
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Looks like instead of the 12th & Laurel tower being a luxury high-rise apartment tower, we might see the first high-rise condo tower in years. Ray Hensler is talking about converting the tower originally designed and financed as apartments, into a condo tower. The article in the Tennessean states that they are already in the process of tweaking the design to create more two-bedroom units and add penthouses to the project. It says he will make the decision in the next 30 days or so.

Also in the article they mention that "If Hensler’s building doesn’t convert, brokers see high interest from other developers leading to a new high-rise project in over the next 12 months."

Here is the article.

More 2-bedroom units, penthouses in Gulch luxury apartments fuel condo speculation
http://www.tennessean.com/article/20...095/BUSINESS02

and a bonus aerial shot of the tower from the article.

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Old November 24th, 2013, 06:36 PM   #33
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A picture of the current progress of the Mondrian taken by nashvols this morning. Looks to be about the 16th or 17th floor, so roughly 7 more to go.


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Old November 26th, 2013, 05:33 AM   #34
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Two new designs are on the table for the 5th & Church site. One is a mixed-use tower that I don't have a picture of yet, and the other is a residential tower pictured below. Both of the new designs are proposed at 750ft. The architect for all three designs is Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture. Here is a link to their website...
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Old November 26th, 2013, 06:13 PM   #36
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Thanks!

Here are the renders for the two new designs for 5th & Church I was talking about earlier. The first one is the mixed-use tower that I didn't have a picture of yet, and the second is the residential tower that I posted a picture of in the model.

Both look fantastic but the mixed-use tower is incredible! Getting a little excited now for sure... Both of these two new designs are 750 feet tall.

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architect http://smithgill.com/




^ALTERNATIVE ONE: A mixed-use tower with corporate office space in the middle and residential at the top, with parking and street-level retail at the base. / Rendering by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architect


^ALTERNATIVE TWO: This is a proposed all-residential tower, with parking and street-level retail at the base. / Rendering by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architect


Here is the article about the two new designs.

http://www.tennessean.com/article/20.../2047/business
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Two other renders.

Wish I had one of the mixed-use tower in the skyline like the residential one.






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Permit issued for Music Row apartment building
http://nashvillepost.com/blogs/postb...tment_building
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Nashville-based Stonehenge Real Estate Group has secured a permit, valued at about $20.03 million, to undertake full-scale work on its 153-unit Artisan on 18th apartment building located in Music Row. Cambridge Swinerton LLC, which is based in Atlanta, is serving as general contractor for the project. Read more here.


Permit secured for Westmont Apartments work
http://nashvillepost.com/blogs/postb...partments_work





Werthan Lofts rental units to convert to condos
http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville...o-convert.html



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Nearly 100 units in Germantown's Werthan Lofts redevelopment will be converted to condos next year.
Nashville Post reports that 98 units at the complex are being bought by Werthan Lofts LLC for $13.5 million. The LLC includes Mark Deutschmann, who is also president of the project's developer, Core Development Services. Village Real Estate Sources, founded by Deutschmann, will begin by selling units from the project's top floor.
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Deutschmann told the Nashville Post that they expect to take four years to sell the units. According to the Post, the first 33 units to go on sale are will be listed for between $179,000 and $329,000, with an average price of $250 per square foot.

The exterior framing for the first of five proposed buildings to be built at Spectrum | Emery's Franklin Park development is finished and a Sept. 1 completion date for the building has been set, the company has announced.

http://www.tennessean.com/article/20...095/BUSINESS02

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Old December 26th, 2013, 06:02 PM   #39
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Some new renderings for the $150 million dollar AAA "Nashville Sounds" ballpark complex. The ballpark is expected to be completed by April 2015.

























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Old December 26th, 2013, 06:03 PM   #40
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Huge news this morning.

HCA moving Parallon, Sarah Cannon headquarters to North Gulch site. $200 million project to shift from Palmer's West End Summit to site off Charlotte Avenue

http://www.tennessean.com/article/20...nclick_check=1

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