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Old 08-22-2015, 06:58 PM
 
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Hey I like the link! I chuckled.

the 4th link shows old data (most of the appreciation happened from 2013 to now) and the 5th is one year old but was talking more of how nashville wasn't hit hard by the 2007 housing bubble. I was looking for a trend line from 2000 to right now of median income vs. median housing vs. the same of the nation. I guess I can try to find the data points and plot it myself.
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Old 08-22-2015, 09:44 PM
 
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Hey I like the link! I chuckled.

the 4th link shows old data (most of the appreciation happened from 2013 to now) and the 5th is one year old but was talking more of how nashville wasn't hit hard by the 2007 housing bubble. I was looking for a trend line from 2000 to right now of median income vs. median housing vs. the same of the nation. I guess I can try to find the data points and plot it myself.

Thought it was an interesting question so I poked around a little more. This Zillow link doesn't exactly show all the data, but does chart median list/sale over a period of time.

There's a lot of info here too, but you'll have to comb through it.
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Old 08-23-2015, 07:13 AM
 
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Zillow is such a joke. It's way off in my neighborhood. For example, it's over $100K low on the sales price of my house.
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Old 08-23-2015, 01:11 PM
 
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Prepared a diagram showing buildings 10 floors or taller that are either under construction or proposed to start within a year.



Not included; 11 story Lifeway HQ in SoBro, 12 story Office on West End; 15 story Hotel next to Lowes Vanderbilt in Mid-town.

Too many others rumored to list.

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Old 08-23-2015, 03:16 PM
 
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Zillow is such a joke. It's way off in my neighborhood. For example, it's over $100K low on the sales price of my house.
Zillow has a hard time with neighborhoods that are redeveloping rapidly, like my neighborhood and yours (I believe you live in a core neighborhooD). It's data mining software is likely unable to account for the difference between a house that is in total disrepair and a newly built house. It sees square footage and sales price and then makes estimates based off that. For areas in which there is not a lot of redevelopment it is much more predictive since the variation in quality isn't so dramatic.
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Old 08-23-2015, 09:06 PM
 
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Prepared a diagram showing buildings 10 floors or taller that are either under construction or proposed to start within a year.



Not included; 11 story Lifeway HQ in SoBro, 12 story Office on West End; 15 story Hotel next to Lowes Vanderbilt in Mid-town.

Too many others rumored to list.
I love this! You've done a good job with this, and the list of current and pending developments is impressive.
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Old 08-28-2015, 12:50 PM
 
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The same developer that is building the 17-story Aertson Midtown project is now planning a 38-story tower in the Gulch area between downtown and Music Row. Below is the article and a rendering of the tower. Current zoning allows only 24 stories at this site so they'll need a height variance from the Board of Zoning Appeals.

Buckingham Cos. wants to build the Gulch's tallest building - Nashville Business Journal
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Old 09-04-2015, 09:36 AM
 
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The NBJ's "crane watch" interactive map has been updated and now includes 123 construction projects worth $2.5 billion in Nashville. Remember, this is (for now) just for Nashville and not any of its suburbs (Franklin, Murfreesboro, etc.).

http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville...ane-watch.html
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Old 09-07-2015, 11:32 PM
 
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The NBJ's "crane watch" interactive map has been updated and now includes 123 construction projects worth $2.5 billion in Nashville. Remember, this is (for now) just for Nashville and not any of its suburbs (Franklin, Murfreesboro, etc.).

http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville...ane-watch.html
Just inside the downtown loop (including Rolling Mill Hill/Rutledge Hill, SoBro, The Gulch, CBD, North Capitol, Germantown, Hope Gardens, HBV, East Bank)...

under construction or proposed:
8,484 residential units
3,585 hotel rooms
5,250,000 sq ft of office space

A few of these are big time projects that will take years to complete (in phases), but these are massive numbers.

This also doesn't include anything in areas like Midtown, where you have:
5,063 residential units
1,825 hotel rooms
1,760,000 sq ft of office space

There's probably about a million square feet of retail mixed in there, too.
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Old 09-08-2015, 09:31 AM
 
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Just inside the downtown loop (including Rolling Mill Hill/Rutledge Hill, SoBro, The Gulch, CBD, North Capitol, Germantown, Hope Gardens, HBV, East Bank)...

under construction or proposed:
8,484 residential units
3,585 hotel rooms
5,250,000 sq ft of office space

A few of these are big time projects that will take years to complete (in phases), but these are massive numbers.

This also doesn't include anything in areas like Midtown, where you have:
5,063 residential units
1,825 hotel rooms
1,760,000 sq ft of office space

There's probably about a million square feet of retail mixed in there, too.
Those numbers are unreal. With over 13,000 residential units either under construction or proposed--and there's no reason to believe most won't be built--it's going to be fun to see what kind of retail will follow. I think it's no secret that there will be at least one urban Publix and maybe another Whole Foods, but I'd love to see an urban Target in there, too, similar to the one in Atlanta's Midtown.
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