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A large project that hasn't been announced yet was stumbled upon by a poster on UP today. The site plan for the development was found on the Metro Planning website.

The development calls for a mixed-use multi-tower structure that includes a 25 story residential tower with 270 units, and a 16 story hotel with 220 room. The site plan also shows restaurant and bar space, meeting space, and space for commercial and retail. Also, both residential and hotel uses will have pools and structured parking.

Here's the link to the site plan.

http://maps.nashville.gov/MPC/2014/100914/2014SP-072-001_plan.pdf


An illustration done by PHofKS of UP showing the location.



Also a rendering he did in fantasy concept showing how the buildings would look with all the other development in the area. They are the brownish/redish and light blue buildings on the upper left. Directly to the right of them is the 25 story planned 'Skyhouse Nashville', to the right of that is the planned Virgin Hotel, to the right of that is the 19 story apartment tower 'Element' (under construction), and the planned 17 story Lennar project to the right of that. At the bottom in the center is the 19 story Buckingham project that just started.
 

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An article about the development.

Prime Midtown site attracts would-be developers
https://www.nashvillepost.com/blogs...ime_midtown_site_attracts_would_be_developers
Nashville-based attorney Mary Frances Rudy says she continues to have discussions with various entities interested in a Midtown site that potentially could accommodate a mixed-used development — but that the multi-parcel site is not under contract.

Word is circulating that Rudy and her business partners are about to sell the properties, which span 1.16 acres and are located at 106 and 108 19th Av. S. and at 1810, 1812 and 1814 Broadway. The parcels are located at the northeast corner of 19th Avenue South and Broadway and do not include a small building that houses Gigi's Cupcakes and Hattie B's Hot Chicken.
The chatter about the site began in earnest after the Metro Planning Department website recently offered a Civil Site Design Group-crafted site plan (see here) showing what could be a 16-story hotel facing Broadway and a 25-story apartment building partially fronting 19th Avenue. Civil Site Design Group is handling the request to rezone to specific plan (SP) mixed-use for the three owners: 19th Avenue Properties GP, Midtown Properties LLC, and 1810 Broadway Partners GP. The team will go before the Metro Planning Commission Oct. 9 to request the rezoning.

However, Rudy, who has ownership in all three entities and is a former partner with Rudy Wood & Winstead (a law firm that operates from a historic building on the site), said talk of an imminent sale and redevelopment might be premature.
“We’ve been talking to an Atlanta entity, but at this point, we are not under contract,” she said. “I am talking to several people. We have not settled on a developer.”

The general Midtown and Music Row area is seeing significant redevelopment, with multiple additional projects planned. Within a four-block radius, five large-scale residential buildings and a Virgin Hotel are planned. Similarly, three apartment buildings, a Renasant bank building and two Marriott hotels are under construction within that geographic range.
 

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The Metro Planning Commission approved this project today.

Commission OKs large-scale projects
https://www.nashvillepost.com/blogs/postbusiness/2014/10/10/commission_oks_large_scale_projects
Three proposed prominent infill projects have taken a step toward materializing, each earning unanimous approval from the Metro Planning Commission Thursday afternoon.

The trio includes a large-scale hotel and residential development for Midtown (read here), a boutique residential development for White Bridge Road (read here) and a high-rise to be called M Residences and located in the Music Row area (read here). Metro Council approval is still needed for all three.

The vote on specific plan zoning for a residential project planned for Hawkins and Sigler streets (read here) just south of The Gulch was deferred until the Oct. 23 meeting.
 

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A new development with this project today. Atlanta based developers Regent Partners apparently purchased this property and now plans to develop it. The article is still behind the pay wall, but it mentions them building two towers and targeting a late 2015 start. As soon as more info comes available I'll post it up.

Atlanta developer targets late-2015 start for Midtown project
Regent acquires 19th and Broad site for $9M, preps to build two towers

https://www.nashvillepost.com/news/...r_targets_late_2015_start_for_midtown_project
 
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