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Here are the latest highrise projects updates as of March 2013. These are generally larger projects, above 10 stories. I've updated the main page as well with the information.


505 CST
38 stories
office, proposed


Source: http://giarratana.com/work-at-505-cst#1

Currently proposed. This is the former site of what was the old Signature Tower project. It would be approximately 600ft, 38 stories.

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505 CST has 700,000 square feet of Class-A office space, a 200 key, 5-Star quality hotel, a world-class conference center with a 6,000 square foot ballroom, and underground parking for 1,000 cars.


The SoBro
33 stories
proposed


Source: http://nashvillepost.com/blogs/postb...ets_new_design

This is currently under revision, the old version is at left, newer is at right. With the curves the newer one has a more liquid appearance. Its a condo building, not designed for mix use.

More info:
http://nashvillepost.com/blogs/postb...ets_new_design



West End Summit
3 buildings, roughly 20 stories and 406ft
proposed


Source: Hank Brackin, http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a1...t_end_smt1.jpg

West End Summit is considered to be the most delayed buildings in the city's history. Ready for construction, the beginning of the Great Recession of 2008 knocked this project on the back burner. 5 years later it is now updated, has a 3rd building (no new renderings have come available with the 3rd tower), but according to reputable sources its on target to begin construction finally 5 years post-recession.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_End_Summit



The Buckingham
19 stories, multi-level
proposed


Source: http://www.leainc.com/portfolio/18/b...velopment.html

This property will be huge not from the height (it'll probably be over 200ft), but rather its footprint. It'll bookend a 3 block corner and create one of Nashville's more ornate highrise structures. Rather than taking a queue from modernism, its going back to classical themes, with a heavy french accent.



The Mondrian @ 12th & Laurel
23 stories, 270ft
under construction


Source: http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville....html?page=all



OMNI Hotel
21 stories
topped out


Source: http://www.omnihotels.com/FindAHotel/Nashville.aspx

Due to the demand the new convention center is having, there is a bit of a hotel boom. This is the anchor of the new convention center. Already mostly complete, it will house 800 rooms.

Marriott hotel
17 stories, 190ft
proposed


Source: http://nashvillepost.com/news/2013/7...or_sobro_hotel

Hyatt Hotel
17 stories
proposed





Unnamed Giarratana Hotel Proposal
14 stories
proposed, pending hotel partner


Source: http://giarratana.com/play-at-hotel#1

Tony Giarratana, downtown hotel proposal awaiting national partner



Unnamed - Green Hills condo/retail
22 stories
proposed, approved


Source: http://nashvillepost.com/news/2013/8...s_taller_tower

In the Green Hills neighborhood, this is an as of yet unnamed residential/retail tower scheduled for construction in 2013



US Courthouse
14 stories


Source: http://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphoto...78277594_n.jpg

Photo above was taken at a city model owned by government property by the user linked. The new US Courthouse is on Church St, in the middle of downtown. Currently a parking lot, it is facing US federal budgetary constraints. While high on the list of projects to begin, it is pending federal funding at this time, but approved and shovel ready when the budget can proceed.



Hilton Garden Inn hotel
11 stories, 150ft
under construction




Gulch Crossings
8 stories, 130ft
prep




Sheet Music
41 stories
proposed




Westin Hotel
30 stories
proposed




Music Row Roundabout tower
17 stories, 179ft
proposed




One C1ty
5-20 stories
under construction




Griffin Plaza
10 stories
Under Construction


Source: http://www.haa.us/

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GREAT WORK!!! The city will be forever changed with all these buildings. Good luck!
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Great start Heckles. Thanks for doing this.
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That view of Signature Tower is awesome. It will be even more impressive in person. West End Summit is very impressive as well. Nashville's very own twin towers.
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Nashville is not a world class city you lying cocksucker!!!!


And by the way, Nashville should be proud as heeeeeeeeeell about the meatpacking/germantown project; Tell me, Heckles: Don't you think this projects looks amazingly similar to the Pittsburgh cultural district project about to be built? And that's a compliment... They are two of the best developments to be soon built in the united states!!
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Great work Heckles, thanks for starting this. That other one kinda ran out of gas. Here is a listing from the other thread of some other recently completed projects that you didn't list:

This list was created in April 2006 by UP forumer smeagolsfree with only the major additions added by me, so there are many many projects that have been completed since.

Recently Completed:

Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital
Vanderbilt Medical Center East
Vanderbilt Student Life Center
Vanderbilt Studio Arts Facility
Vanderbilt Buttrick Hall renovation and expansion
Vanderbilt Bio Science Medical Research III facility
TPAC Renovation
Gateway Avenue
West End Lofts I
West End Lofts II
West End Close I
The Lofts @ Wedgewood
The Lofts @ Wedgewood II
Watkins College of Art dorms
The Wesley Bernard
The Row @ 31st Condos
J Alexander’s Restaurant West End
Maggiano’s Little Italy Restaurant
Martin Corner Phase I
Martin Corner Phase II
Mercury View Lofts
The Bristol on Broadway
Bentley Place Condos
807 18th Condos
222 12th Avenue
The Mall @ Green Hills Expansion and renovation
Headrick Place Condos
The Lofts @ the Exchange
The West view
Ireland 28 Condos
Jefferson 942 Rehab
Parthenon Park Town homes
Reed Place Town homes
Round About Plaza Office Building 11 stories
Row 8.9 Condos
Printers Alley Condos
Lofts above ICHIBAN
Tenn. Care HQ in Metro Center

Nashville RTA Star Commuter Rail


The Schermerhorn Symphony Center (PHOTOS BY LEXY)



Metro Civic Square (PHOTOS BY LEXY)





UNDER CONSTRUCTION (and possibly recently completed)


112 2nd Ave Lofts Rehab
111 Broadway Rehab
1201 Villa Place Rehab
1811 18th Ave. 6 story structure

302 Demonbreun Rehab
3629 West End Ave Condos
Harrison Square town homes
Ambrose building Lofts Rehab
Art Avenue Lofts Rehab

Bedford Commons (Greenhill’s)
Belmont University College of Heath Sciences Building

Belmont University Thrailkill Hall
Beverly Briley County Building
Brick tops Restaurant
Bristol @ West End

Chappy’s Restaurant
Church Street Lofts
Demonbreun Street Bridge

Downtown Rail station
Dreaminc Homes
Eastend Lofts
Edgehill Village Rehab
Gateway Blvd and Bridge
Graymont Park Condos
Hallmark @ Fisk Apartments
Hampton Inn and Suites downtown
H.G. Hill Lifestyle Center
Hotel Indigo conversion
John Henry Hale Homes (Public Housing demolition and rebuild)
Martin Corner phases 3 thru 6 http://www.martincorner.com
Melrose Place Center
Metro Howard Office Complex expansion
Morgan Park Place Phases I and II
Park West Court
The Parc @ Metro Center
St. Cecilia Mother House
Stalhman Building Upgrade to Apartments
Stoney River Legendary Steaks SunTrust Bank Building 13 stories
The Artie Lee 3102 West End Circle 6 stories
The Enclave Condos 4 stories
The Kress Building Lofts Rehab
Lofts @ 160 2nd Ave Rehab
The Lofts @ 320 Broadway Rehab
The Midtown Lofts 4 stories

Southgate Condos
Utopia Hotel Rehab
Demonbreun Streetscape Project
Downtown YMCA expansion
Phoenix Lofts Rehab
Rhea Building Lofts Rehab
Summer St. Lofts
The Meridian

Vanderbilt University Dining Hall
Vanderbilt University Freshmen Dorms
Vanderbilt UMC Clinic & Garage Expansion
Vanderbilt UMC Imaging Science Building
Vanderbilt UMC Langford Light Hall Build out to 11 stories


Wertham Mills Rehab


Sounds Baseball Stadium with 600 Condos, Retail and commercial


Wedgewood park Phase III
5th and Main Condos 6 stories


The Belle Meade Theater rehab


Cumberland Yacht Harbor


East Bank Arts Project



PROPOSED AND IN PLANNING

Proposed Crosland 16 story Tower @ 12th & Division
Music City Central Convention Center 455 million dollar project
The Ridgefield @ Kenner 6 story Condo Project
The Monroe Condo
Garfield Place Condos
The Brownstone Condos
2020 West end Ave Retail Center
American Trust Building Rehab
Germantown Courts Condos
Gateway Demonbreun Partner Project 12th and Demonbreun
Metro School of the Arts on the State Mall
The Tennessee State Museum on the Mall
The African American Museum on the Mall
The Tennessee State Archives and Library on the Mall
Hume Fogg H.S. Gym
Rolling Mill Hills Phase II and III
Lionstone Group Project @ the Roundabout and Demonbreun
Proposed 1 or 2 new CC HQ hotels 100 million minimum
John Hayes proposed 10 story tower on Poston
11th and Church Tony Giarratana project Unknown height but will more than likely be several towers
The Encore Phase II 12 to 20 stories
The Chesterfield Condos
Possible tower at foot of Shelby Street Bridge Rumored for Bass, Berry, Sims
Renaissance Hotel Possible 31 story hotel addition
Rumored 45 story Peabody Hotel

The Gulch


I'm sure there are other things that are missing, but this should be enough to prove just how much is going on in Nashville that most people likely don't (understandably) even have a clue about. Things are changing for the better around here for sure.
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Thanks for kick starting the smaller projects. Without these numerous smaller projects the bigger ones wouldn't matter so much. Its important to build the city with the highrises.

PA Pride, yes both projects are ultra post-modern and I'm happy to see this kind of architecture coming out in both cities.
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Nashville is on it's way up.......waaay up! Great thread.
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Honestly I think i'm most excited about what is going on in East Nashville. If anyone has yet to visit that Martin's Corner website I suggest you do so. That project in and of itself will create several cohesive urban blocks. Add onto that the massive Wedgewood Park development and others, and consider the existing urban fabric and I think you have the makings of a pretty fantastic urban place.
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Link us the web site if you want. I don't have it.
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Link us the web site if you want. I don't have it.
Oh, my bad. The website is in the list of projects I posted, but I realize now that it is a bit hidden. www.martincorner.com
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does anyone know when Signature Tower is supposed to break ground, i know it's 1st quarter of next year
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does anyone know when Signature Tower is supposed to break ground, i know it's 1st quarter of next year
Hmmmm....well I would answer your question, but you just did...lol
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that is true, yeah i was drunk when i did that. I cant wait for it to break ground, im sure other nashvillians feel the same itll be the start of im most certain a major explosion in highrise development, not like there isnt enough already,cause there really isnt
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That 28-story Pickard Chilton tower (in "The Gulch" I think) is still being proposed, right? I don't see it listed here.
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That 28-story Pickard Chilton tower (in "The Gulch" I think) is still being proposed, right? I don't see it listed here.
Yes. That one is still a proposal. It has just been put "on-hold" until this winter while the Planning Commission reviews height restrictions in the area of the proposed site. I believe this one will ultimately go through. Tennessean Article

Here are the early renderings:



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Ahhh yes how could we forget that one?!? I'm pretty confident that it will be approved as well. What's really behind that high restriction in Sobro anyway/?
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I emailed and talked to the city commissioner that runs that area where SoBro is. He said 3 meetings will take place to see what to do with the restriction. He honestly told me, it's it pretty pointless to have a height restriction in the SB district. He believes it will be taken back and allow the CORE to expand into the SB district. Hopefully so, because Nashville needs to fill all those blank parking lots and shotty buildings with magnificent architectural masterpieces
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That building better go up b/c the height restriction for the historic district preservation doesn't make sense. This isn't destroying buildings worth preserving and the "historic" 2nd district is already interwoven with other buildings like BellSouth, Caremark, and Hilton. There's zero reason to hold this up.

2nd avenue is a club district with a few old buildings, it hardly classifies as a place that needs to be protected from highrises.
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