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UPTOWN NASHVILLE

Greater Nashville Regional Council Population Projections

Greater Nashville Regional Council

1,500,000

THE NEW SULPHUR DELL DISTRICT

1,000,000 500,000

2,325,761 2,181,646 2,046,262 1,895,607 1,687,351 1,560,528 1,411,725

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2,325,761 2,181,646 2,046,262 1,895,607 1,687,351 1,560,528 1,411,725

2000

2005

2010

2015

2020 2025

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Joshua

Mary + Richard

Jeremy

“We found a great space to start our organic and locally sourced catering business in Uptown Nashville. The commercial kitchen space is shared with other entrepreneurs like us; so, we only pay for the time we need. We’ve even got a booth at the farmer’s market, where we sell our specialty items.”

“We moved to Nashville after David got a job with Nissan. We chose a roomy, yet affordable apartment in Uptown Nashville because of all the amenities in the neighborhood. Our favorite thing to do is ride our bikes to baseball games with our daughter, Emma.”

“I’m just starting out as a custom furniture maker. The spacious live + work units in Uptown Nashville seemed like the best place to get my business off the ground. Having my shop at home and so close to my client base has given me the flexibility I need to succeed.”

“We’ve always wanted to live by the river, but never thought we could afford it. When we decided to downsize, we found a great condo with a view of the river in Uptown Nashville, just what we wanted. Our grandchildren enjoy visiting us here, and we love how much there is to do and how easy it is to get around.”

“I’m a recording engineer and run a studio out of my live + work unit in Uptown Nashville. When I need a bigger space to see clients, I rent one of the shared meeting rooms in my building. It makes a good impression on my clients, and it definitely beats working out of a basement.”

7TH

17

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7

Amy @nashvilleorganicscatering OMG Leon’s Train Car Cafe on 1st Ave is delicious #State FarmersMarket #locallysourced #leonstraincar #awesomeuptown #healthyliving

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Joshua @JRwoodstudio Stoked to use this reclaimed wood from Germantown. Come see what’s happening at #jrwoodstudio! #uptownnashville #customfurniture

Liz @lizcreativenashville Heading to Uptown for brunch and shopping. Love all the local artist shops in that neighborhood. #awesomeuptown #creativenashville #sundayfunday

Sarah + David

AVE

Jessica @nashvilleorganicscatering Just in: locally sourced cheese for event tonight! Baking fresh bread this afternoon! #nashvilleorganic #uptownnashville #yummy #locallysourced Joni @yogajoni Beautiful day for yoga in Uptown Park. Anyone wanna join me? #uptownyoga #awesomeuptown #uptownpark #namaste

Amy + Jessica

2,500,000

2,500,000 2,000,000

98%

affordable

$1,350

Sulphur Dell

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Sarah @nashvillemom Biking to the famer’s market and then game tonight with the fam. Go Sounds! #loveuptown #gosounds #bikenashville

Brad @bradbikesnashville Biked to @UptownNashville this weekend for Bluegrass Festival @RiverfrontPark New NISSAN Stage is rad! #bluegrassnashville #bikenashville

20

7

Jeremy @uptownrecording Took dog to Sulphur Springs Park this am. @ShovelsAndRope coming to record this pm. Great day in Uptown! #uptownrecording #awesomeuptown

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REBUILDING DISTRICT IDENTITY

REORGANIZING FOR CONTEMPORARY LIVING nd River

Office Office 154,720 SF 154,720 154,720 SF SF

Retail

Retail Retail 195,280 SF 195,280 195,280 SF SF

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2000

2005

2010

2015

2020 2025

1,000,000 500,000 2030

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our rooftop garden. GO SOUNDS! #awesomeuptown #gosounds

2000

2005

2010

2015

2020 2025

Green Roof

Grouond Floor Retail

Live-Work Units

Parking

Shared Space

Luxury Units

Small Afforable Retail

Affordable Units

A BASIC BLOCK STRUCTURE

0 2.5

3

0’

15’

30’

60’

90’

RE-ENERGIZING A COMMUNITY

B GROUND FLOOR SPACES

C HOUSING UNITS

RE-IMAGINING FOR SMALL BUSINESS SUCCESS

FRESH FOOD MARKET

OFFICE SPACE SIDEWALK 10 FT

1198.5

BIOSWALE +TREE TRENCH 5 FT

735.6

100 YEAR

TWO-WAY TRAFFIC 16 FT

401.0

10 YEAR

CHANNEL LENGTH = 1.4 MILES LAG TIME 1.08 HOURS

ON-STREET PARKING 8FT

(cfs)

100 2

STREET PERFORMERS

2030

SHARED COMMERICAL KITCHEN SPACE

500,000

1,500,000

PERVIOUS PAVING + ON-STREET PARKING

1,000,000

2,046,262 1,895,607 1,687,351 1,560,528 1,411,725

SIDEWALK 4 FT

200

1,500,000

2,325,761 2,181,646 2,046,262 1,895,607 1,687,351 1,560,528 Sarah @nashvillemom 1,411,725 Watching the game fireworks from

BIOSWALE +TREE TRENCH 5 FT

300

Jeremy @uptownrecording The Dell Brewery has half priced Sounds IPAs on Game Day! #craftbeer #awesomeuptown #gosounds #microbrew

2,000,000

URBAN BASIN LAG TIME ULT = 1.64(CL)0.49IA-0.16

2 YEAR

400

2,000,000

2,500,000

TWO-WAY BIKE LANE 10 FT

PEAK RUNOFF RATES

500

Joni @yogajoni Sounds win!! Anyone up for celebrating at Sulphur DELLi on 2,325,761 Jefferson and Fourth?#gosounds 2,181,646 #suphfurdeli#awesomeuptown

2,500,000

BIOSWALE + TREE TRENCH 5 FT

600

Greater Nashville Regional Council

STORMWATER CALCULATIONS USGS REGRESSIONS QT = CRTAXTIAYT

700

David @uptowndavid Best organic hot dog in Nashville is at the Sounds’ Hounds street vendor on 4th Ave #awesomeuptown #uptowneats #gosounds #healthyeats

Greater Nashville Regional Council Population Projections

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SIDEWALK 6 FT

HYDROGRAPH: RUNOFF RATE vs. TIME 800

1.5

970,956 SF 970,956 970,956 SF SF

Office

N

DEDICATED TWO-WAY BIKE LANE

N

1

Market Residential Market Market Residential Residential

LUXURY APARTMENT RENTAL

!

0.5

Affordable Residential Affordable Residential Affordable Residential 107,884 SF 107,884 107,884 SF SF

BIOSWALE +TREE TRENCH

N

SOLAR PANELS

8%

$2,000 $1,350

Downtown Sulphur Dell

DESIGNATED STREET VENDOR SPACE

!

0

766,100 SF 766,100 766,100 SF SF

Downtown rental market occupancy is 98%

PASSIVE DAYLIGHTING

Proposed BRT

!

Planned Bikeways

IMPERVIOUS SURFACE: 36.77%

Parking Parking

98%

RECORDING STUDIO IN LIVE+WORK UNIT

CLEAN WATER RELEASE TO RIVER

$25.00

Planned BRT

!

MTA Routes

REDIRECTING STORMWATER TO THE RIVER

- Suburban

- Live-Work Unit

Bikeshare

!

FILTRATION: POND

FILTRATION: NATIVE PLANTS

FILTRATION: STREAM

PERVIOUS PAVING

RUNOFF FROM SITE

ROOF GARDEN

Vanderbilt University

Existing Bikeways

EXISTING CONDITIONS

$18.00

Only 8% of downtown residential units are low-income affordable

Attractions

!

!

SOLAR PANELS

Districts

!

Stormwater: Collect It. Clean It. Return It To The Ecosystem

- Sulphur Dell Uptown

$2,500 $1,950

Downtown Sulphur Dell

GREEN ROOF GARDEN

#

Combined Stormwater/ Sewer Districts Site Boundary Sewer Outfall

!

Parking

- 2BR Housing

AFFORDABLE HOUSING UNIT

#

$23.00

New Streets Parking Bike Routes MTA Routes

INFILTRATION: SMALL GREENSPACES

# #

Open Space Open SpaceOpen Space 162900 SF162900 162900 SF SF

Demand

PREMIUM RETAIL SPACE

!

BIOSWALE + TREE TRENCH

#

Parks

- Downtown

Affordability

FLEXIBLE + OFFICE SPACE MEETING SPACE

Music Row

Average Monthly Rent

RAIN WATER COLLECTION CISTERN

!

-Localized water collection -Incremental stormwater cleansing -Divert stormwater from combined sewer

#

!

!

!

Spaces Food Truck Plaza Uptown Park Public Bocci Course Affordable Light Industrial Space Floating Path to Nashville Riverfront (Visionary)

LUXURY CORNER APARTMENT

!

ROOFTOP WATER TANK

#

19. Market East 20. Flexible and Movable Train Car 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Light Industrial Light Industrial Light Industrial 31,960 SF31,960 31,960 SF SF

Light Industrial Light Light Industrial Industrial 35,948 SF35,948 35,948 SF SF Open SpaceOpen Open Space Space 241800 SF 241800 241800 SF SF Open SpaceOpen Open Space Space 83880 SF 83880 83880 SF SF Parking Parking Parking 424,100 SF 424,100 424,100 SF SF Parking Parking Parking 234,500 SF 234,500 234,500 SF SF Affordable Residential Affordable Affordable Residential Residential 100,037 SF 100,037 100,037 SF SF Affordable Residential Affordable Affordable Residential Residential 123,752 SF 123,752 123,752 SF SF Market Residential Market Market Residential Residential 400,150 SF 400,150 400,150 SF SF Market Residential Market Market Residential Residential 618,760 SF 618,760 618,760 SF SF Office Office Office 165,440 SF 165,440 165,440 SF SF Office Office Office 428,200 SF 428,200 428,200 SF SF Retail Retail Retail 120,080 SF 120,080 120,080 SF SF Retail Retail Retail 145,600 SF 145,600 145,600 SF SF Historic Restaurant Historic Historic Restaurant Restaurant 42,000 SF42,000 42,000 SF SF Affordable Retail Affordable Affordable Retail Retail Hotel Hotel Hotel 108,203 SF 108,203 108,203 SF SF 79,730 SF79,730 79,730 SF SF

PRICING INTO THE MARKET Office Rental Rate

!

!

SMALL BLUE

#

INCREASE DENSITY

!

Sustainability: Encourage Green Living. Reduce Carbon Footprint.

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Baseball Games 2-Way Bike Path Uptown Bikeshare Boutique Eco-Hotel Sulfur Springs Marina Music City Bikeway Sulfur Springs Park The NISSAN® Stage Boundless Playground

PHASE 3: FILL IN THE GAP

! !

West Nashville

10. Public Viewing Area for Sounds

PHASE 2: CONNECT TO RIVER

Light Industrial Light Light Industrial Industrial 10,384 SF10,384 10,384 SF SF

PERVIOUS PAVING

-Roof gardens -Green energy -Sustainable interventions -Incremental stormwater cleansing -Bike lanes -Passive lighting strategies -Natural ventilation

INCREASE CONNECTIVITY

!

PASSIVE DAYLIGHTING + VENTILATION

Combined stormwater / sewer district overflow during rainfall and dump contaminated water into the Cumberland River

PLACES that employ sustainable building, transportation and energy practices encourage healthier behaviors in their residents.

RE-ESTABLISHING HEALTHY OPTIONS

!

GREEN ROOF

BIG STORMWATER PROBLEMS

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Stormwater Cleansing Brownfield

!

PERVIOUS PAVING

TOTAL ~37000 FIRMS

us di

.5 Mile

PLACES that collect, handle and clean stormwater naturally, on-site promote a healthier local and larger ecosystem.

Uptown Nashville

N

CRAFTSMAN LIVE +WORK UNITS

!

SMALL GREEN

10-200

!

!

600’

GREEN ROOF

PEOPLE with the means to improve their economic status are more likely to live healthier lives.

Five Points/ East Nashville

s

RAIN WATER COLLECTION CISTERN

UNDER 10

!

PLACES with numerous local businesses and varied types of businesses are more economically resilient and healthy.

Balance: Big Office Space Supports Small Office Space. Creates Healthy, Resilient Economy.

OVER 200

#

-Shared space -Live-Work space -Affordable space

.

Smaller firms generally need smaller spaces that are more affordable

-Office space -Living space -Creative space -Startup space

Allowing for both small living and working spaces and making small sustainable interventions can create a healthy and resilient Nashville.

R

SMALL SPACES

Mile 25

LARGE % FIRMS UNDER 10 EMPLOYEES

400’

PHASE 1: LEVERAGE EXISTING AMENITIES

State Farmers’ Market at Uptown Kitchen Coop Space The Dell Craft Brewery The Plaza at the Market Uptown Yoga Club Meeting Area Bicentennial Stage, Uptown Food & Music Festival 7. Community Gardens 8. The SULFUR DELLi 9. Live-Work Units

!

1M ile Ra

SMALL INTERVENTIONS BIG IMPACT

200’

NEIGHBORHOOD HOTSPOTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

2M ile Ra di u

BIG PROBLEMS

LEVERAGE EXISTING AMENITIES

CLEAN ENVIRONMENT

REGIONAL VISION PLAN

100’

PASSIVE DAYLIGHTING + VENTILATION

DEFINING UPTOWN NASHVILLE

Cumberla

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10’

20’

30’

Uptown Nashville  

2014 Urban Land Institute Gerald D. Hines Urban Design Competition Entry - Finalist

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