The $430 million retail, office, museum and residential development is scheduled to break ground in spring 2017.
NashvilleConstruction on Fifth + Broadway, a $430 million mixed-use development at the site of the former Nashville Convention Center, will begin in spring 2017 and take nearly three years to build retail, office and residential space along with the National Museum of African American Music.
Fifth + Broadway
Development partners OliverMcMillan and Spectrum|Emery (OSME) this week unveiled the project timetable that will start in the second quarter of 2017 with demolition and excavation at the downtown Nashville site. Vertical construction of the retail, museum, residential and office spaces will begin in the fall of 2017. The retail, which will feature 183,000 square feet along a newly designed pedestrian street, is slated to be completed by late 2019. The 350 residential units are also expected to be ready by late 2019. The 375,000-square-foot, Class A office tower should be ready for occupancy by late 2019 or early 2020.The project, which is the largest mixed-use development in downtown Nashville, includes expansion of convention and meeting space at the existing Renaissance Nashville Hotel and a 781-space parking garage.
Fifth + Broadway is being built on lower Broadway ...