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5th & Broadway

Area : 628,000 sq. Ft.
Cost: $430 million
Developer: Brookfield Properties
Architect: Gresham Smith and Partners
General Contractor: Skanska
Mechanical Contractor: Lee Company

One of Nashville’s largest single mixed-use developments at Fifth and Broadway (adjacent the famous Ryman Auditorium – Grand Ole Opry House (1963–1974) . Following demolition of the outdated Nashville Convention Center; the project produced new construction of 235,000-SF of retail and entertainment; Class-A office covering 385,000-SF within a 25-story tower; 386 residential units within a 34-story tower and more than 2,000 parking spaces.

Driven by Nashville’s recent tourism boom, Fifth + Broadway helped fulfill downtown Nashville’s extensive need for additional retail, residential and entertainment space. Housing the pioneering National Museum of African American Music, 5th&B elevated Music City’s brand by delivering this prestigious project in the heart of downtown. In addition, the office space is targeting LEED Silver certification and offers tenants access to a 20,000-SF rooftop overlooking the city.

Utilizing smaller diameter pipes, higher efficiency and routing flat to chosen downpipe locations, Mifab HydroMax® siphonic drainage helped the project achieve its design objectives and helped meet budgets.

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