Author: Robert Looper III

Conversions from Industrial use to Mixed-Use along Centennial Blvd. are key to the new “Nations Main Street”. ALTA Union will bring a much-needed facelift to the industrial aesthetic as well as some additional public sidewalks and other pedestrian friendly infrastructure. Although there isn’t a major retail component, it will offer amenities such as a pool courtyard, 1,600 sf of rooftop terraces, and 7,500 sf of indoor amenity space. Below is a quick rundown of the ALTA Union development and some construction progress photos. Development Area Maps What’s Now: Industrial LotWhat’s Next: Residential DevelopmentDeveloper: Wood PartnersCapacity: 283 Apartments with AmenitiesStatus: Under…

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View from my Rooftop After a bit of digging I came across a few renderings of the Broadstone Nations development adjacent to the recently completed Stocking 51 Development. This development was previously listed as 4717 Centennial Blvd, and now with a name of Broadstone Nations. Below is a rundown of the Broadstone Nations Mixed-Use Development as well as some updated construction photos. Project: Broadstone Nations What’s Now: Light IndustrialWhat’s Next: Mixed-Use DevelopmentDeveloper: Alliance ResidentialCapacity: 323 Residential Units , Parking Garage & DistilleryStatus: Under ConstructionLocation: 4717 Centennial Blvd. (Map Link)Costs: $10.35 Million Land Deal, Source: Nashville Business Journal. (Renderings Via Urban…

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Current NES Substation located on Church Street behind the YMCA. Current Church Street Location of the NES Power Substation.New Amazon Operations Center of Excellence adjacent to the current substation.New Gulch Location for the NES Power Substation According to the Nashville Post, Nashville Electric Service (NES) is in the process of relocating its downtown Power Substation from Church Street (behind the YMCA) to the Gulch. The new location covers nearly half of the NES Headquarters Parking lot on 11th Ave. South between Church Street and Haynes Ave. According to Drawings on TN.gov (shown below), it also includes proposed sidewalk improvements along…

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Hello and Welcome to NashvilleNowNext.com! My name is Robert Looper III. I recently relocated to Nashville from Washington D.C. for an exciting professional opportunity with my Company. It didn’t take long before I was sold on Nashville as it quickly reveals that its one of America‚Äôs Greatest Cities. I spent the first few months here enjoying what it meant to be a true Nashville tourist while still remaining active in D.C. However, During that time I would often contemplate what it would be like to actually live here and figured maybe I will just give it a chance. While in…

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