MediCopy to take space at oneC1TY

Dallas-based developer Cambridge Holdings Inc. has landed MediCopy Services Inc. as the most recent tenant for its soon-to-open office building in One City, The Tennessean reports.

The company will move its headquarters to the 120,000-square-foot building, the first to open at the Midtown development (stylized as oneC1TY). In addition, Cambridge (which is undertaking the multi-phased project via Nashcam LP) is planning retail businesses to operate from former shipping containers.

MediCopy currently operates from a building in The Gulch.

Ryan Doyle, oneC1TY general manager, told the Post last December the developer is targeting an apartment building (read here) for oneC1TY's next effort.

Read more about the MediCopy lease here.

(Image courtesy of Cambridge Holdings)


 

Jun 3, 2015 12:46 PM

Work could start in summer on oneC1TY residential building

On the heels of releasing a new image for 7 C1TY Place, the second office and retail building within its under-construction oneC1TY, Cambridge Holdings Inc. official Ryan Doyle tells the Post the team is also making progress on its residential project planned for the site.

“We’re still tailoring the design for the apartments to match the look and budget [of oneC1TY overall] both inside and out,” he said, adding the hope is to break ground on the residential building this summer.

Doyle, who serves as oneC1TY's general manager, said the team is hoping to break ground on the mixed-use 7 C1TY Place (pictured) by October. For that project (read more here), Cambridge is eyeing a completion date of early second quarter of 2017.
  
Cambridge has enlisted Hastings Architecture Associates to design 7 C1TY Place.

Work on the multi-building, mixed-use development continues, with an office building to house, among others, the Tennessee Orthopaedic Association now topped and progress being made on C1TYBLOX, a collection of former shipping containers that will serve as temporary space for retailers.
 

Apr 13, 2015 1:00 PM

oneC1TY developer releases image of planned 7 C1TY Place

Cambridge Holdings Inc. has released a new image for 7 C1TY Place, the second office and retail building within its under-construction oneC1TY.

Work on the multi-building, mixed-use development continues, with an office building to house, among others, the Tennessee Orthopaedic Association now topped and progress being made on C1TYBLOX, a collection of former shipping containers that will serve as temporary space for retailers.

Ryan Doyle, oneC1TY's general manager, said 7 C1TY Place is" the next step in our mission to provide companies with a healthier environment, while promoting work/life balance."

"Workforces will enjoy maximum productivity, tech-enabled indoor and outdoor collaborative spaces and plenty of parking," he said. "In addition, the ground floor will continue to grow the West Side's entertainment district, specifically our unique blend of retail and culinary amenities. We are beginning to market the space to prospects and are digging into more detail with the likely anchors to kickoff this specific building."

Doyle said Cambridge has enlisted Hastings Architecture Associates to design 7 C1TY Place, a groundbreaking for which has not yet been announced.

Earlier this year, Cambridge released a new site plan for the development, which is be located at the southwest corner of the intersection of Charlotte Avenue and the 28th/31st Avenue Connector. Read more about the project here and C1TYBLOX here.

 
(Image courtesy of Cambridge and HAA)

Apr 9, 2015 6:45 AM

New site plan released for oneC1TY

Cambridge Holdings Inc. has released a new site plan image for its under-construction oneC1TY.

Ryan Doyle, oneC1TY's general manager, said the building footprint with the updated image looks larger than the footprint of the previous rendering due to the inclusion of an underground parking deck. The above-grade footprint is about the same, he added.

“We are close to announcing our food and beverage for the ground floor of the first building,” Doyle said. “They will be a dynamic mix of amenities spilling onto our Community Table and Yard this fall.”

Doyle said the weather has slowed a bit the completion of the mixed-use development’s internal streets, but the streets are “will welcome visitors deeper into the site in time for sand volleyball leagues to begin within C1TYBLOX in late March,” he added.

oneC1TY will be located at the southwest corner of the intersection of Charlotte Avenue and the 28th/31st Avenue Connector. Read more about the development here and C1TYBLOX here.

 
Here's the updated site plan:

 
And the previous iteration of the plan:

 

Here's a photo of the under-construction office building that will house Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance.

Feb 5, 2015 1:25 PM

ULI Nashville lands grant for Charlotte Avenue study

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Feb 4, 2015 12:53 PM

One City developer targets spring start for apartment tower

Multi-building project's first residential structure could rise 15 stories
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Design Center sets no timetable to hire ED

Organization's board will seek to replace Landstreet
Aug 4, 2014 2:30 PM

One City developer seeks height limit increase for future buildings

Project's first office structure set to land two more tenants
Feb 21, 2014 12:10 PM

Mid-October groundbreaking targeted for One City

First phase to include office building for Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance
Sep 11, 2013 7:00 AM

oneC1TY site changes ownership hands

Dallas-based Cambridge Holdings Inc. has bought from Health Care REIT the land on which the mixed-use One City (stylized as oneC1TY) will rise, The Tennessean reports. In addition, Cambridge, (check the company's work here) has hired Ryan Doyle, who had been with Health Care REIT, to serve as general manager. The oneC1TY site spans 19 acres located bordered on the west by 28th/31st Avenue Connector, on the north by Charlotte Avenue. Cambridge's Physicians Medical Center of San Diego is seen below.

 

Aug 30, 2013 10:30 AM