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Getting to know Paseo South Gulch

You’ve likely passed by this portion of the Gulch, but are you up to date with the SomeraRoad project? It’s ever-changing and new updates just dropped this week.

A rendering of downtown Nashville and the Gulch neighborhood with a focus on the Paseo South Gulch project, which features three tall buildings and several shorter ones + a rooftop pool.

Paseo South Gulch is becoming a destination to live, work, and play. | Rendering by SomeraRoad + ESa

Keeping up with Nashville development can be a real crane in the neck sometimes. That said, it’s hard to miss all of the updates coming out of the city’s newest neighborhood, Paseo South Gulch. If you missed the recent block party introducing you to the vibrant area, let’s play a game of catch up.

Rewind a bit

For those unfamiliar with this slice of Nashville history, a portion of the project consists of two repurposed historic structures: the Voorhees and Antiques buildings. The Vorhees Building was initially constructed as a John Deere distribution center before housing heating and cooling business Bill Voorhees Co. The Downtown Antique Mall set up shop in the Antiques Building for nearly 30 years until its closure in 2019.

It’s a date

Believe it or not, there’s even more expansion on the horizon. Paseo South Gulch’s Hotel and Residences featuring 180 rooms and 146 for-sale units arrives in 2026, in addition to One Paseo, a mixed-use component offering nearly 4,000 sqft of office and retail space.

On the retail side of things, The Catbird Seat and The Patterson House will relocate to the Voorhees Building’s rooftop this summer. Maiz de la Vida, a popular food truck outside of East Nashville’s Chopper, is working on opening its brick-and-mortar + Malibu-based health store and eatery SunLife Organics is expanding to the area. Stay tuned for exact opening dates.

An empty room with hardwood flooring, seven windows, several columns, and an exposed ceiling.

Meet Carter Studios: A blank slate where you can let your creativity run wild. | Photo provided

Newly announced

Today, Carter Vintage Guitars unveiled its newest space, Carter Studios. The showroom, which opened in April, dedicated a multi-use event and creative space within the store designed for content creation, music videos, rehearsals, yoga classes, bespoke chef-led dinners, secret music gigs, and more. Pssst, it’s also now open for booking and the calendar is stacked.

In addition to wellness and fitness classes, the studio partnered with nonprofit organization Nashville Basement Stage to provide a free space for local talent to create or share their art with the community.

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