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OliverMcMillan, Spectrum | Emery Break Ground on $430M Fifth + Broadway in Downtown Nashville

The amenity deck of Fifth + Broadway’s office tower overlooks the rooftop of the project’s retail and entertainment center.

The amenity deck of Fifth + Broadway’s office tower overlooks the rooftop of the project’s retail and entertainment center.

NASHVILLE, TENN. — San Diego-based OliverMcMillan and Nashville-based Spectrum Emery have broken ground on Fifth + Broadway, a massive mixed-use development in downtown Nashville. The development cost wasn’t disclosed, but The Tennessean reports Fifth + Broadway will cost $430 million to develop. Situated across from Bridgestone Arena on the 6.2-acre site of the former Nashville Convention Center, the project will feature 235,000 square feet of retail and entertainment space, including the 56,000-square-foot National Museum of African American Music and a restaurant concept by Nashville restaurateur Tom Morales; a 385,000-square-foot office tower at 501 Commerce; more than 350 apartments; and more than 2,000 parking spaces.

The largest single mixed-use development in downtown Nashville’s history, Fifth + Broadway will include 235,000 square feet of retail and entertainment, 385,000 square feet of office space and more than 350 apartments. (Image not final)

The largest single mixed-use development in downtown Nashville’s history, Fifth + Broadway campus will include 235,000 square feet of retail and entertainment, 385,000 square feet of office space and more than 350 apartments. (Image not final)

Rob Lowe and Stewart Lyman of Cushman & Wakefield are the leasing agents for the office tower. General contractor Skanska broke ground on Fifth + Broadway yesterday and plans to complete construction by late 2019.

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