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  1. NASHVILLE | Projects & Construction

    City/Metro Compilations
    Nashville Projects & Construction Nashville TN - Skyline - Cumberland Bridge by Matt Pasant, on Flickr
  2. NASHVILLE | SoBro | 105m | 345ft | 32 fl | Com

    DN Archives
    Earlier design on left. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  3. NASHVILLE | Twelve Twelve Tower | 250ft | 23 fl | Completed

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hensler unveils luxury apartment building rendering
  4. NASHVILLE | 12th and Laurel | 23 fl |Pro

    NASF Archive The Tennesssean
  5. NASHVILLE | Omni Hotel | 280ft | 23 fl | Completed

    Nashville CP Nashville City Paper
  6. NASHVILLE | SoBro | 345ft | 33 fl | T/O

    Nashville Developer Tony Giarratana's SoBro apartment tower has been redesigned. New design at right nashville Post
  7. NASHVILLE | West End Summit | 20 fl x 2 | On Hold

    Nashville Business Journal
  8. NASHVILLE | 505 - 505 Church St. | 168m | 550ft | 45 fl | U/C

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Previously as an office tower concept: Nashville Post
  9. NASHVILLE | 505 - 505 Church Street | 160m | 524ft | 45 fl | Com

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    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Previously as "Paramount" a 61 story condo tower: Previously as 505CST an office tower concept: Nashville Post If...

    Southeast Skylines Why not a picture thread for your favorite Southeast skylines? Stickied for your convenience! ;) Texas skylines will continue despite the overlap (since there's so many skylines in Texas!) Atlanta Skyline from the south by aaron.davidson, on Flickr
  11. NASHVILLE - Bridgestone Arena (20,000)

    Home of the Nashville Predators Opened in 1996 (courtesy of "Chuck Bryant". link) (courtesy of "HoorayParaPulse". link) (courtesy of "Paul Nicholson", link) (courtesy of "Chuck Bryant". link)

    Took a trip south a few weeks back and toured Knoxville, TN Nashville, TN, Lexington, Ky, and Huntsville, AL. Here's Nashville!
  13. NASHVILLE - Nissan Stadium (68,798)

    Hello I live in Nashville and was suprised that there was nothing on here about lp field. i can see downtown nashville from my house.
  14. The Sweet Sounds of Nashville

    A good read in Garden & Gun magazine about the City of Nashville. More available at: The Sweet Sounds of Nashville By: Marshall Chapman October 01, 2008 There are nineteen towns and cities in the United...
  15. Over Nashville (Aerial Shots)

    Went flying today and captured a bunch of aerial shots of Nashville. You can view all of them here: But I wanted to share a sampling of them with all of you over here. Enjoy.
  16. NASHVILLE | West End Summit | 20 fl | 18 fl x 2 | Prep

    General Urban Developments
    West End Summit, two towers: redesigned 2012: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The West End Summit is a 1.15-million-square-foot mixed-use development in midtown Nashville, Tenn. The project includes a...
  17. NASHVILLE | Signature Tower | 246m | 807 ft | 50 fl | Canceled

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    Based on the public unveiling today in Nashville, the approved Signature Tower will stand an impressive 65 stories / 1,047 feet tall making it the tallest U.S. skyscraper outside of New York and Chicago. Wow!! :) Additional visualizations:
  18. NASHVILLE | Signature Tower | 1057ft | 70 fl | Cancelled

    This is it. It is confirmed from the party this evening that the tower is 1047' with 65 floors. Here are the official pics from the unveiling at The Cumberland this evening. Thanks to barakat over on UP for taking these shots.
  19. Nashville Development News

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