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.
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.
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.