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Old Posted Aug 18, 2022, 12:35 AM
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NASHVILLE | 1401 Church St |3 TOWERS - 45, 35, & 30 FLOORS

A former dairy at the corner of Church and I-40/65 where downtown and midtown meet has been pushed forth by an impressive, 3-tower development proposed by an affiliate of Bosa Properties. This proposal is directly north of the multi-tower proposed redevelopment of the Reed & Beaman dealerships on either side of Broadway.

No significant details have been pushed yet, such as start date, but the train keeps growing for Nashville! Image provided are courtesy of a poster on UrbanPlanet.

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https://www.nashvillepost.com/busine...d212d1eb1.html



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Initial renderings dropped. Up to 1,350 residential units, a hotel, up to 75k sq ft of retail, and the tallest tower could be up to 575ft tall.



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Nashville and Charlotte are slugging it out for the title of South's best city (outside of Texas and Florida) after Atlanta.
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