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Two new residential towers set to rise in Nashville

Multifamily Housing

Two new residential towers set to rise in Nashville

Goettsch Partners is designing the buildings.


By David Malone, Associate Editor | April 20, 2021
Alcove and Prime in downtown Nashville

All renderings courtesy Goettsch Partners/Giarratana LLC

Two new residential towers will soon grace the Nashville skyline. Alcove at 900 Church, a 34-story, 356-unit building, and Prime at 801 Church, a 38-story, 350-unit building, will be built concurrently on nearly an acre of land in downtown Nashville directly across from the mixed-use development Nashville Yards.

Alcove at 900 Church will include a glass facade and feature a stacked cube aesthetic. It will rise 416 feet. Prime at 801 Church has a smaller footprint than Alcove but retains the stacked glass cube style. Alcove will not feature any parking while Prime will include a 511-space parking garage. Prime will also include two retail spaces totaling approximately 2,600-sf. Spread across the two towers will be balconies, terraces, and a glass-bottomed cantilevered swimming pool.

 

Alcove Pool Deck

 

Both towers will feature elevator systems from Mitsubishi Electric US. Elevators will be equipped with the Mitsubishi Electric Sigma AI 2200C Destination Oriented Allocation System and Mitsubishi Electric’s touch-free elevator call system smartphone app. The system allows residents to call an elevator wirelessly prior to arriving at the elevator lobby, eliminating the need to directly interact with the elevator fixtures.

Both Alcove and Prime are being designed by Goettsch Partners and built by AECOM Hunt. Giarratana LLC is the developer. The towers are scheduled for completion in late 2023.

 

Alcove Terrace

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