It’ll be a big addition and a big change for Midtown, but really, one of many we can expect to see in the coming years. Between plans for new condo complexes and business headquarters (I wrote a little something last week about the trend of business demand shifting toward downtown Nashville from the suburbs), the downtown Nashville we know now will likely be markedly different than the skyline Nashvillians admire in 10 years… maybe even just five years. New high-rises are coming in fast, and with them, our view is shifting and growing, just like Nashville’s population.
None of that will be news to you at all if you’ve been following this trend in the media closely, but in case you haven’t seen some of the highlights, here are some of the downtown Nashville high-rise additions (plus one bridge) we can likely expect to see in our future:
Not the highest of rises, but an impressively large addition nonetheless, 1201 Demonbreun is a 285,000-square-foot office tower stretching up 15 stories, with biz tenants expected to move in starting in late 2016.
A few months back, the Metro Council approved plans for a huge project: the proposed pedestrian bridge connecting the walkable but fairly enclaved Gulch with SoBro. WSMV said construction could start this summer, with folks traversing on foot by fall of 2016.
These are only a few of the big projects I’ve seen coming down the pike — any others cross your mind? How are you feeling about the changing Nashville skyline and the changing experience of living in Nashville? Love to hear your thoughts.
Author:TJ Anderson Phone: 615-364-1530 Dated: January 14th 2015 Views: 5,982 About TJ: TJ Anderson is a Nashville Realtor with Benchmark Realty who's helped countless clients both buy a h...
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