A new residential tower, dubbed Alcove, set to rise at 900 Church Street in Nashville will be the first residential building adjacent to the 17-acre Nashville Yards development.
Designed by Goettsch Partners, the new 34-story, 416-foot-tall tower will feature 356 units and total more than 375,800 sf. The building is designed as a series of stacked, shifted cubes organized in pairs on four levels. This arrangement opens up the inner sections of the project to create unique views and alcoves for building residents.
Currently, the 356 residential units are designed for flexibility as either apartments or condominiums with 32 studios, 224 one-bedroom units, and 100 two-bedroom units. The building facade uses an intricate window wall that features two varying shades of glazed panels, which frame floor-to-ceiling glass for each unit.
The project will feature a number of rooftop amenities such as a game room, a business center, private dining with a catering kitchen, a lounge, and a pool deck. Signature amenity spaces will be placed within four wood-finished aluminum cutouts that feature communal outdoor terraces. Two of the 75-foot-tall terraces will face east toward the Nashville skyline while the other two will face west. The project will also feature package delivery and retrieval systems and two pools: a rooftop lap pool with a six-inch-deep sun shelf and a glass-bottom pool that overhangs the 27th floor amenity terrace on the building's west side.
Goettsch Partners is designing both the building and the interior layouts.