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Old Posted Jan 9, 2019, 3:25 PM
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This has been in the works for a little bit - but, for the summer season 2019, BA is up-gauging it's BNA-LHR route to the B789 (from March 31, 2019) and it is going from 5x per week to daily beginning on April 19, 2019.

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Old Posted Jan 10, 2019, 2:47 PM
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Per the NASHVILLE POST, a permit has been applied for to allow for foundation work. and a final rendering should be released later this week for the Hyatt Centric Hotel in SoBro.



Molloy Street in front of the hotel is to be realigned.
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2 days ago, Chicago based Goettsch Partners, the architect, posted a clearer rendering of the proposed building. The final height will be 65 floors and 750Ft making this the tallest building in Nashville and the state of Tennessee.

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Thanks, Chris. This project is subject to two votes in by the city; the first is from the Planning Commission with approval by a simple majority. The second is from the Metro Council to approve the land swap (the project is proposed for a current city pocket park) and it is subject to a simple majority, also. If the Planning Commission disapproves, the Council can override by a 2/3rd majority. I don't have the dates.
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Old Posted Jan 15, 2019, 12:22 AM
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Per the NASHVILLE POST, a permit has been applied for to allow for foundation work. and a final rendering should be released later this week for the Hyatt Centric Hotel in SoBro.



Molloy Street in front of the hotel is to be realigned.
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Old Posted Jan 15, 2019, 2:46 AM
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I don't have many details, but John Loar, a "sports and media power player", has formed the Music Equity Group to build a coalition to bring Major League Baseball to Nashville.

The Commissioner of Baseball stated MLB's intentions to expand sometime and Nashville was listed as one of the preferred cities along with Charlotte, Portland, Montreal and Mexico City.

From The Nashville Business Journal (behind paywall)
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Nashville is not getting a MLB team anytime soon. The metro cannot financially support a team in four of the five major sports leagues in North America. Especially the most costly (MLB). Furthermore, the MLB has been in trouble in small markets of late - making it less likely Nashville would get approval for expansion or relocation.

Nashville is HOT. It's going to be on every "wish" list because it is hot. And just because it is, that in no way mean the city needs, warrants, and/or can support everything on/for which it is listed.
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Being born and raised in Nashville, I wouldn't want to see MLB in my hometown. It seemingly is only profitable for a handful of clubs every year and with the exception of maybe 1/3 of games for most teams during the year, they're fairly empty stadiums. Also being wedged between the crappy Braves and legendary Cardinals doesn't exactly help things I guess.
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Being born and raised in Nashville, I wouldn't want to see MLB in my hometown. It seemingly is only profitable for a handful of clubs every year and with the exception of maybe 1/3 of games for most teams during the year, they're fairly empty stadiums. Also being wedged between the crappy Braves and legendary Cardinals doesn't exactly help things I guess.
The BRAVES are more "legendary" than the "crappy" Cardinals....

Atlanta Braves, the oldest continually operating team in Major League Baseball; enfranchised in 1871 as the Boston Red Stockings (or Red Caps) in National Association, and with connections to the original independent professional Cincinnati Red Stockings of 1869–70; joined National League as charter member (1876).
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The BRAVES are more "legendary" than the "crappy" Cardinals....

Atlanta Braves, the oldest continually operating team in Major League Baseball; enfranchised in 1871 as the Boston Red Stockings (or Red Caps) in National Association, and with connections to the original independent professional Cincinnati Red Stockings of 1869–70; joined National League as charter member (1876).
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I mean, you can pump your brakes there because when I used those terms I was referring to titles, not a historic timeline of establishment and the like.
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I mean, you can pump your brakes there because when I used those terms I was referring to titles, not a historic timeline of establishment and the like.
Whatever makes you happy, keep pumping...
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I'd prefer the NBA in Nashville over MLB. I just think the interest would be stronger. And games are typically in the evenings and/or on weekends. I also think a great rivalry could be established between a Nashville NBA franchise and the Grizzlies. Maybe even the Hawks. And, basketball is more exciting to me.
The weekday day games in MLB are typically poorly attended in most markets. Even the National's day games in DC can be poorly attended on weekdays and the population and tourist levels are considerably higher than Nashville's. I know Nashville has a high level of tourism, but I just don't see MLB being one of the things that tourist in Nashville will flock to see.
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It's been a busy couple of weeks in Smashville with the start of the Hyatt Centric and announcement of a summer start for the first Amazon 'Tower'.

Now the Flank Hotel in the Gulch project is getting real as they are clearing the lot where they will build a 20 story hotel. The brand has not been announced. The Flank company has received city approvals and has a reputation for getting things done. I would label this as 'preliminary site work underway'.
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Woohoo, three more 20 story buildings.
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