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Nashville YMCA Tower to be Tallest in State

Pleated glass will run the height of the new residential tower, which will sit across from Nashville Yards; rendering courtesy of Goettsch Partners.

Downtown Nashville, Tennessee, will become home to the city and state’s tallest tower, as the YMCA of Middle Tennessee revealed plans to build a 100,000-ft2, 60-story residential tower at its 0.9-acre property on Church Street, The Architect’s Newspaper reports. The existing YMCA completed in 1973 will be developed and connected with the new project, while a newer 2008 building at the site will be similarly integrated. The new tower will hit 750 ft tall, beating the 1994 AT&T Tower for the title. Renderings for the new tower, designed by Chicago-based Goettsch Partners, show a pleated glass curtain wall that terminates at a crystalline peak backed by a flat wall of glass. The residential tower portion will reportedly hold 500 total units, with a mixture of condos and apartments. The US$350-million project is being developed and overseen by Giarratana Development. The 2008 building will be kept open during construction. Construction on both portions is reportedly expected to begin in 2023, with work on the renovation finishing by June 2024 and the tower by January 2026.

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