Nashville may be getting a "Skyline Changer" a few years from now. According to the Nashville Post, the Metro Development and Housing Agency unanimously approved a 547-foot tall skyscraper called 505 to be built at the corner of Fifth and Church. When complete, 505 will be the second-tallest structure in Nashville behind the AT&T Building. However the AT&T Building is only taller because of the antennae which make up the top 165 feet of the structure, according to Emporis. The actual building is only 452 feet high and 33 stories. That means while technically not the tallest building in Nashville, 505 will definitely offer the best views as it will be 45 stories.
We've been fans of the Nashville condo scene for years and are glad to see it expanding yet again. We love when we see these 40+ story towers going into cities not typically associated with high-rise living, like The Austonian in Austin and The Vue Apartments in Charlotte. High-rise living is catching on all across the country.
If you want to discover high-rise living in Nashville and don't want to wait for 505 to be built, contact LIsa Peebles and she can help. There are plenty of condos on the market right now.