Crews Top Out First Tower at Nashville Development

A new mixed-use development has topped out one of its towers in Nashville.
A new mixed-use development has topped out one of its towers in Nashville.
10 September 2020, Nashville, United States

A mixed-use community continues to rise on a full city block in Midtown.

Broadwest is a 1.2 million-square-foot (111,500 square meter), urban, mixed-use community at 1600 West End Avenue, located where Broadway and West End Avenues meet.

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One of two towers has been topped out in an area some say was starved for development. “When you see the glass go up on the outside of the building and see it really reflect Nashville, it's really spectacular; it gives you goosebumps,” said Zach Goodyear of Village Real Estate.

Propst Development, LLC, is developing Broadwest. When completed in 2021, Broadwest will include a 21-story office tower. A second 34-story tower will include 196 high-end condominiums anchored by a 237-room luxury Conrad Hotel by Hilton.

The two towers will be connected by an additional 125,000 square feet (11,600 square meters) of retail and creative office space and anchored by a 1.5-acre (0.6-hectare) plaza, with seven levels of parking underneath.

More than 500 workers have been working tirelessly on-site. Now, the Residences at Broadwest sales gallery is open for business. There, potential buyers can see what’s included in each residence. Tours are available by appointment and with COVID-19 safety precautions in place.

“Nashville is still in its infancy in terms of high-rise living right and so other peer cities have a lot more product to choose from, Nashville just isn’t there,” said Goodyear. “Most of the cranes you see going up are rental apartments so what makes this unique, obviously, it’s an opportunity to own something in a space that is super convenient.”

The Residences at Broadwest offers one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans, ranging in size from 908 square feet (84 square meters) to 1,951 square feet (181 square meters). Nine penthouse residences are available, ranging from 1,903 square feet (177 square meters) to 4,455 square feet (414 square meters). Pricing for the private residences starts in the mid-US$500,000s and estimated completion is the third quarter of 2021. 

Goodyear says residents at the condos will be the first in the city to have access to hotel services; including room service and house keeping. “It’s a level that Nashville hasn’t seen yet, so we’re super excited about that,” said Goodyear.

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