Explore some of Downtown Nashville's
Coolest Urban Condos, from hi-rise to low-rise, in the downtown communities of Sobro, Rolling Mills, North Capitol
, Rutledge Hill and, of course, the Gulch
Opening in 1998, the Cumberland was Nashville's first new residential development in downtown Nashville in many years and paved the way for the downtown living. It is located right in the middle of downtown Nashville, right next to the Nashville library and offers a traditional setting with a touch of contemporary features thrown in. The Cumberland also offers rental rates to those who aren't ready to purchase.
Location: 555 Church Street
Located in the Sobro area, The Encore is a 20 story high-rise that contains just over 300 total condos. It sits right next to several of Nashville's grandest and wonderfully designed buildings including the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
Location: 3rd & Demonbreun
Located in the North Capitol
area right beside the Farmers Market and Bicentennial Mall, Harrison Square offers a more traditional low-rise setting and slower paced life style at a more affordable price tag.
Location: 3rd Avenue North
The Icon, located in the Gulch
, is one of Nashville's hottest downtown living spaces and I mean with a capitol H-O-T! This sexy twenty-two story building had some of the most brisk sales ever scene in Nashville Condo history and it's no wonder with the incredible views, great location, and long list of amenities.
Location: 600 12th Avenue South
Located in the North Capitol
Neighborhood, these individually owned condos are located right along the Cumberland River and are a stones throw from the Bicentennial Park. This property is the former home of the Kerrigan Iron Works some of its historical remnants such as the 900-foot-long metal roof and smoke stack have were incorporated into property design by local Architects, Tuck & Hinton who also designed the impressive Bicentennial Park.
Location: 736 1st Avenue North
Rolling Mill Hill
Rolling Mill Hill is situated high on a hilltop over-looking the Cumberland River just south of the Korean Veterans Bridge. While numerous buildings at this location will be brand new, several of the buildings have been restored from the remnants of the old (circa 1800-1900) Metro Hospital that creates a perfect blend of history and the new.
Location: 50 Hermitage Avenue
When completed, Signature Tower is set to rise 70-stories tall and, outside of New York & Chicago, will be one of the tallest buildings in America.
Location: 505 Church Street
Terrazzo is located in the Gulch
and features floor-to-ceiling windows as well as private landscaped terraces that will garner plenty of envious comments on its wonderful and panoramic views of the Downtown & Music Row Skyline.
Location: 12th & Division
If you like an ultra modern style then the Velocity is the place you want to be, from its roof top sky lounge to stainless steel appliances - it's one of Nashville's best when it comes to ultra urban lifestyles & contemporary Gulch
Location: 300 11th Avenue South
This 31-story tower was Nashville's first "luxury" high-rise condominium located in downtown Nashville and offers plenty of floor to ceiling windows, a roof top pool, and lounge. It also contains a H.G. Hills grocery store - the first grocery store to return to downtown Nashville in decades.
Location: 415 Church Street
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