Two levels of luxurious living spaces in this elegant Downtown Nashville Penthouse
Dynamics created by combining 20ft ceilings and this ultra-cool wall of windows, flood natural light throughout the open spaces of this 2,389 square foot home.
Two gas fireplaces adorn the living areas of this historically protected building. Enjoy luxury living from any floor of this historic and grand home.
Accommodating and unique, this gorgeous Cherry color wood cabinetry is highlighted by the exposed brick throughout. In addition, this spectacular kitchen hosts commercial grade oven and stove top, gas cooking features, double ovens, warming drawer and a lovely wine refrigerator. Cook a classic holiday meal or spend an evening for two while enjoying this inviting and elegant kitchen.
Did we mention there were two levels of luxurious living spaces in this elegant penthouse? Exposed brick and hardwoods throughout create a warm and inviting zone, while every bedroom has its own spa-like bathroom. The beadboard ceiling and aluminum ventilation system showcase the warm and industrial-like feel of this immaculate Downtown location.
Atop this magnificent residence rests a private rooftop deck. With miles of views and a central downtown location, the Nashville sights are purely and simply unbelievable. 360 degree views allow you to overlook Nissan Stadium and downtown all while only 3 blocks from SoBro. Better yet it seems, this private rooftop deck boasts an enclosed heated/cooled Florida room with a glass Nana wall. This rooftop deck provides the best in indoor and outdoor patio living.
We found a great resource on the Nashville Downtown Partnership website to help find parking near a destination. Living in Downtown Nashville is exciting and promises access to the Music City’s best venues, restaurants and night life in the region.
There is an interactive parking lot map on ParkItDowntown.com. You can zoom into your destination and roll over a “P” nearby to see the kind of parking lot available, prices and lot owner. It’s really handy for visits to say, the Ryman Auditorium. Happy parking! (Or, you may choose to rely on Uber.)
Click here to access the interactive parking map for Downtown Nashville.
Interested in Downtown Nashville?
Take moment to watch this video about The Gulch and 12th South neighborhoods.
The Nashville Downtown Partnership has a great map of the neighborhoods in Downtown
Source: Nashville Downtown Partnership
RE/MAX Homes and Estates website features all homes for sale in the Nashville area, including these Downtown neighborhoods:
Handsome and crisp loft located in Downtown Nashville’s 5th Avenue Arts District. Features open floor plan, soaring ceilings, stained concrete floor, fantastic closet space, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and terrace. TPAC, Ryman, Capitol Building and much more all within a few short steps of this historic, Art Deco building.
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Unit 907 at The Terrazzo is nothing short of soothing with modern upscale appointments throughout.
700 12th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37203
The condo is captivating with understated luxuries. The kitchen has gorgeous solid surface white counter tops, glass back splash and stainless steel appliances. The bamboo floors are as durable as they are beautiful and taking in the views from the floor-to-ceiling windows will delight you daily.
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Pristine condo in the heart of downtown Nashville. Perfectly maintained with beautiful river & stadium views. Furnished option available! Encore building amenities include pool, fitness center, media room, and full time concierge service. Click on the image for more photos and information from RE/MAX Homes and Estates.
Nashville’s Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency has released a study examining the coming demand for various real estate uses in Nashville’s “inner loop,” the area bordered by Interstate-65, I-24 and I-40.
“This market study is the first comprehensive look we’ve taken at the downtown market in a number of years and I think it can help inform our decision making,” said MDHA Executive Director Phil Ryan in a news release. “Our goal is to build on the unique qualities of Nashville and to create a vibrant downtown that will draw people to live, work and play.”
The following are key findings from the study:
• Demand for residential uses in the downtown area remains strong in both the single-family and multi-family sectors, with a projected 3,535 residential units needed over the next five years.
• The market for office space is growing in downtown Nashville with a projected demand of between 294,000 to 445,000 square feet of space between 2013 and 2017. The study suggests information and media technologies, professional and technical services and management services will be the strongest demand drivers. Many of these firms can be attracted to downtown because of its strong reputation among the “creative class” of emerging technology workers.
• Strong opportunities exist for downtown to capture growing demand in certain market segments, including dining, retail and entertainment; “artisan” industrial uses, and audience support facilities such as cinemas and musical/theater venues.
• Capturing demand downtown for many of these uses will require policy makers to create “walkable” urban neighborhoods and to overcome negative perceptions about options for downtown parking. For example, downtown has significant unmet potential for destination retail, but still lacks walkable shopping and mixed-use districts with parking that can attract consumers from the greater Nashville region.
We look forward to the developments this will bring to Downtown, SoBro, The Gulch and other neighborhoods. Tell us: which inner loop area would you want to live in?