The Gulch, as it is known, is now the focus of a $400 million makeover whose aim is to bring to Music City a trend that planted itself in cities of its size long ago – urban chic.
On Saturday morning, I met a condo investor from California (Dennis Fong) in The Gulch to take a look at the progress being made on the Velocity condos. It was a beautiful morning so I took the oppotunity to film the layout of The Gulch. In this video you will see where the Velocity, the Icon, the Terrazzo and the Mercury View Lofts are in relation with one another…see the video of the condos in the Gulch.
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More than a thousand new luxurycondos in downtown Nashville seemed like a good idea at the time.
That was just a couple of years ago, and despite the housing, credit and job busts since, developers argue that it still is…read the entire downtown Nashville condo update article.
I recently drove by the corner of 12th Avenue South and Demonbreun Street in the Gulch and noticed that the old tire repair and replacement building was in the process of being cleared. I had not heard anything about this project since early to mid 2007, but it appears that Eakin is going to be building its twin office tower concept or another office space concept. This property was expected to be a 16-20 story tower and would impressively change the landscape and entrance to the Gulch which lacks any office space of consequence.
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