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Nashville developments we’re watching in 2024

Here we grow again. Nashville’s skyline is adding new hotels, office buildings, and mixed-use spaces in 2024.

A rendering of a multi-level development with ground-level retail stores and cars driving by

Get ready for more retail and dining options in 12 South. | Rendering via Ashwood 12 South

It’s a new year, and that means new developments are wrapping up construction around Music City, from hotels in the downtown core to mixed-use spaces in the Gulch, 12 South, and beyond. We’ve rounded up a few projects slated for completion in 2024.

Psst… This list isn’t meant to be comprehensive. If there is a construction project you would like to learn more about, let us know and we’ll grab our hard hats. Note: The projected opening dates below are subject to change.

Mixed use

Ashwood 12 South, 2212 12th Ave. S.

The development is situated at the north end of the 12 South shopping district and will offer ~117,000 sqft of retail and office space. While we await future tenant announcements, plan to dine at restaurants like Two Hands and Sushi-san when Ashwood opens in late 2024.

Peabody Union, 30 Peabody St.

The four-building development spans 4.6 acres and is anchored by a 27-story office and residential tower. Overall, Peabody Union will have 50,000 sqft of retail space, 250,000 sqft of Class-A office space, and a river overlook with a pedestrian pathway along the water.

Society Nashville, 915 Division St.

Arriving in the Gulch later this year, the residential tower will feature 502 units, 82,000 sqft of retail space, and a parking garage + a pool, fitness space, coworking area, and other amenities.

A rendering of a hotel with a rooftop pool located at the Nashville International Airport

Nashville International Airport’s first on-site hotel arrives this winter. | Rendering via Nashville International Airport

Hotels

Hilton BNA Nashville Airport Terminal, 2 Terminal Dr.

Nashville International Airport’s first on-site hotel is nearing completion, with reservations open beginning March 17. Guests will have access to a rooftop pool and lobby-level restaurant Aviators. A pedestrian bridge connects the hotel to the airport.

Tempo by Hilton Nashville Downtown, 127 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.

The Hilton property rises 16 stories with multiple dining options, 10,000 sqft of indoor and outdoor meeting spaces, a fitness center, outdoor pool and bar, event lawn, and sky lobby on the 5th floor. The 306-room hotel is accepting reservations for Feb. 15 and later. Bonus: A second Tempo by Hilton property broke ground in Midtown last year.

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Modera McGavock will be positioned along positioned along McGavock Street and 13th Avenue South. | Photo via Mill Creek Residential

Residential

Modera McGavock, 1212 McGavock St.

First move-ins are anticipated in late 2024 for this 396-unit building with apartments ranging in size from studios to three-bedrooms. Multifamily real estate company Mill Creek Residential broke ground on the 29-story apartment in August 2022.

Prime, 805 Church St.

Located near Nashville Yards, this mixed-use, 38-story building will house ~350 residential units, multiple retail spaces, a 511-space parking garage. Plus, look out for the pool, lounge, and fitness center on the building’s 11th floor. It’s expected to open in summer 2024.

900 at Cleveland Park, 900 Dickerson Pk.

The 256-unit development, located on the border of East Nashville’s Cleveland Park neighborhood, is on track to open in summer 2024.

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