NASHVILLE (CelebrityAccess) The Nashville Yards project, which includes an ambitious entertainment center funded by AEG, appears to be well on its way to completion.
The 15-acre Nashville project, which is expected to contain a Hyatt Regency Hotel, two office towers, music venues, a movie theatre, a bowling alley, a boutique hotel, restaurant and bars, had one major hurdle: getting the remains of the Sullivan Tour out of the way. That roadblock was cleared Saturday when the tower was imploded.
“We are building the infrastructure that will serve all the buildings — a significant and newsworthy commitment,” Doug Ryan, senior VP at Colliers International, told the National Post, noting that he and his colleagues are marketing office, restaurant and retail space. “That affords us time to pre-lease while that work is under way.”
One of the two office towers is already listed as “under construction,” the Post said.
Anschutz Entertainment Group acquired a 3.9-acre parcel of the area in March for $44 million, with the entertainment hub occupying the space.