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505 circa 2017
505 Church Street, Nashville, TN 37219
45 Floors – 193 Condos on the upper 16 floors, 350 apartments on the lower floors

The elegant, 45-story 505 residential skyscraper will become Nashville’s most premier residential address. A floor-to-ceiling, curved-façade glass tower composed of luxury penthouse and residence units, 505 is woven into the fabric of the city’s vibrant downtown. The tallest residential building in Nashville, 505 is situated at Church Street and 5th Avenue with views of the Cumberland River amidst the city’s most popular restaurant, retail, and entertainment destinations.

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Ambrose Lofts circa 1905
162 4th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37219
3 Floors – 21 Residences 

Located in Nashville’s historic Printer’s Alley, this building, which originally housed Marshall & Bruce Printing Company, was constructed in 1905 and significantly expanded during the early 1920s. In the late 1940s, the Ambrose Printing Company acquired the building and was the last printing company to move out of the Printer’s Alley district in 1976. Office space on the upper two floors was converted to lofts in 2006, and this building now houses two restaurants, a dental office, and 21 high-end lofts ranging in size from around 450 square feet to 1,350 square feet.

 

Art Avenue Lofts circa 1890s
231 5th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37219
4 Floors – 32 Residences

The residences in this building are located above a street-level art gallery and feature preserved original hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, and large windows. Other amenities include indoor parking and a roof-top terrace which residents share with The Kress, the neighboring residential development.

 

Bennie Dillon Lofts circa 1927
700 Church Street, Nashville, TN 37201
12 Floors – 86 Residences

Converted to residences in 1984 and completely renovated in 1999, this building offers studio floor plans, as well as one- and two-bedroom plans. Units feature hardwood and terrazzo floors, high exposed ceilings, exposed ductwork, large windows, sliding barn doors, exposed brick walls, granite countertops, and brushed-aluminum backsplashes, and garage parking is available to residents.  The Bennie Dillon building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

 

Church Street Lofts circa 1852
305 Church Street, Nashville, TN 37201
3 Floors – 15 Residences

The residences in this complex of three connected buildings feature traditional loft elements, such as tall ceiling heights, exposed original brick walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, and hardwood floors, as well as private balconies, interior mezzanines, and modern kitchens, in one- and two-bedroom floor plans.

 

City Lights circa 2017
20 Rutledge Street, Nashville, TN 37210
7 Floors – 71 Residences

Over 20% sold out.  Perched atop Rutledge Hill, this stylish boutique condo will offer panoramic views.  Numerous high-end amenities will be available, including fitness and yoga areas, a roof-top deck with pool, resident clubroom, concierge services, conference rooms, onsite restaurant and bar, and more.

 

Cumberland Penthouses circa 1998
555 Church Street, Nashville, TN 37219
24 Floors – 33 Residences

33 condominiums are located atop 256 rental apartments, street-level retail space, and an underground parking garage in this mixed-use development.  Amenities in this residential tower include controlled-access parking, 24-hour security, 24-hour concierge service, fitness center, clubroom, courtyard with fire pit, game room with billiards, coffee bar, cyber café, onsite suite for guest accommodations, onsite dry cleaning, and handicap accessibility.  Many units feature balconies with panoramic views.

 

District Lofts circa 2008
817 3rd Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37201
4 Floors – 70 Residences

 This development offers studio plans, as well as floor plans for one, two and three bedrooms.  Other amenities include: private courtyard, rooftop terraces, balconies, elevator, and garage parking.

 

Encore circa 2008
301 Demonbreun Street, Nashville, TN 37201
20 Floors – 333 Residences

With retail on the ground level, this development offers 24-hour full service concierge, fitness facility, swimming pool, outdoor lounge with grill and fireplace, community kitchen and bar, billiards and gaming area, media room with movie theater and stadium seating, among other amenities. Units feature floor-to-ceiling windows, open floor plans, 10-foot ceilings, stainless appliances, and granite countertops.

 

Harrison Square circa 2007
301 Criddle Street, Nashville, TN 37219
4 Floors – 12 Residences

These residences include in-unit washer and dryer, fireplaces, central air conditioning, large customized closet space, luxurious bathrooms with a garden tub, lovely wood flooring, granite counter tops in state-of-the-art kitchens.  Other amenities include roof-top deck and panoramic views, as well as outdoor grills and a fire pit.

 

The Kress circa 1935
239 5th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37219
5 Floors – 29 Residences

Converted from Kress Department Store to loft-style condos in 2005, amenities include soaring ceilings, interior mezzanines, and secure garage parking, as well as a roof-top terrace which residents share with Art Avenue Lofts, the neighboring residential development.

 

Lofts at the Exchange circa 1874
309 Church Street, Nashville, TN 37201
5 Floors – 47 Residences

These one- to three-bedroom lofts feature exposed brick and ductwork, high ceilings and more. Secure entry, elevator and gated parking are other amenities in this historic building.

 

Phoenix Lofts circa 1890
207 3rd Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37219
6 Floors – 10 Residences

These one- to three-bedroom lofts feature floor-to-ceiling sound-rated glass and exposed brick, and the building has an elevator and secure parking.

 

The Quarters circa 1890
178 Second Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37201
4 Floors – 32 Residences

Converted from warehouse space to lofts in 1986 and from apartments to condominiums in 2005, this building offers retail space on the street level and a roof-top deck overlooking the Cumberland River. These one- and two-bedroom units feature exposed brick and 12-foot ceilings, and each unit has an outstanding view of either the Cumberland River, downtown Nashville, or the four-story park-like atrium.

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Riverfront Condos circa 1986
736 1st Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37201
3 Floors

Converted from apartments in 2006, these one- and two-bedroom homes have fireplaces in select units. Amenities include community pool, fitness area, and a covered parking lot.

 

Viridian circa 2006
415 Church Street, Nashville, TN 37219
31 Floors – 305 Residences

Each unit offers floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views, as well as ten-foot ceilings, open floor plans, granite counters and tile baths. The amenities include roof-top pool and terrace, clubroom lounge/bar, fitness center, 24-hour concierge, lobby, elevators, secure garage parking, and a grocery store on street level.

 

Watauga circa 1900
222 Polk Avenue, Nashville, TN 37203
6 Floors – 25 Residences

In 1985, the building was renovated and opened as a hotel, then converted into 25 spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments in 1991, and then converted into condominiums in 2006.

 

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July 13, 2017