Brentwood-based GBT Realty Corp., has jumpstarted its efforts for what is now called Crestview at The Summit, which could carry a price tag of up to $100 million and include office, hotel and restaurant space.
The develpment would be located on a 19-acre Davidson County site at the southeast corner of the point that Interstate 65 and Old Hickory Boulevard intersect in Brentwood. (Read more here.)
GBT, which has long eyed the site for development, has enlisted Goodwyn Mills & Cawood for architectural duties. With multiple offices and its headquarters in Alabama, the firm has a Nashville presence on West End Avenue. In late 2012, GMC merged with Nashville-based architecture firm CFP Group.
To date, Goodwyn Mills & Cawood has had a modest impact on Music City. However, last August the architecture firm was awarded a share of a $10 million federal contract by the National Guard Bureau in Nashville for architect and engineering services for the Tennessee Air National Guard and the Tennessee Army National Guard. GM&C is teaming with Smith Seckman & Reid (among others) on the project.
Check the firm’s work here.
The project is expected to include 480,000 square feet of Class A office space, restaurant space and a hotel, with a 2018 completion targeted. Colliers International is marketing the project.
GBT has created its Diversified Development Division for the effort. The division focuses on urban mixed-use and lifestyle centers, medical office buildings, urban infill residential projects and corporate campuses.
(Image courtesy of GBT and GM&C)
The development team behind the Bridgestone Americas skyscraper now under construction in SoBro has an updated informational packet that shows an image of the tower's base. The rendering shows the northwest corner of the building at street level (at the intersection of the southeast corner of Demonbreun Street and Fourth Avenue South) and with notable pedestrian space. Read more about the project here.
(Image courtesy of Highwoods and Perkins + Will)
The Nashville operations of law firm Butler Snow has landed a permit to update its 14th-floor office space in SoBro’s The Pinnacle at Symphony Place, according to a Metro Codes document.
Flow Construction Co. will handle the effort, with the permit valued at $439,000.
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