Gresham, Smith and Partners recently revealed its design of the forthcoming Moore Building 15-story office tower in Nashville. The firm is providing architecture and interior design for the 214,000-square-foot space in the city’s Midtown/West End district, planned to complete in late 2020. The project will feature nearly 9,000-square-feet of retail on the first floor followed by five floors of parking and eight floors of office space. Three levels of below-grade parking are also included. The top floor can be allocated to office or retail offering incredible views. The design team, along with developer Creed Investment Company, are committed to creating an amenity-rich building for tenants, guests and pedestrians.
“Both David and I are outdoorsmen, so we wanted to bring an element of nature to each floor of the project and make the entire space a place where people want to be, not just look at,” said Brian Hubbard, AIA, architect at Gresham, Smith and Partners. “We used humble materials that are contextual to the site and that fit within the residential aesthetic without sacrificing the exterior glass craved by many office tenants. Our team applied a high level of care and attention to every element of the project, with a real focus on user experience. I believe it’s the unexpected features – like a luxury motor court, an offset core that provide tenants with greater layout flexibility, and interoperable glass doors on each floor that connect to the outdoors – that will set this building apart.”
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“As Nashville’s rapid growth continues, we recognize that the most successful communities have a complete mix of uses including residential, office and retail,” commented David W. Creed, Creed Investment Company. “Class-A office space was something that was missing in this very dense, urban area of Midtown, so we’re excited to fulfill that need by creating an inviting space for building tenants, neighborhood residents, and visitors. GS&P’s design insight, as well as their knowledge of walkable, mixed-use projects and rezoning regulations, has been invaluable throughout the planning and design process. They’ve been able to collaborate with the city and marry everyone’s wishes to make the project work. We look forward to beginning construction and welcoming tenants into this dynamic, top-quality space.”
GS&P’s Corporate and Urban Design expertise has been honed with decades of project experience and continues to be a cornerstone service. The firm’s recent office projects include LifeWay Christian Resources’ new 277,000-square-foot headquarters in downtown Nashville, a 204,000-square-foot corporate headquarters and 15,000-square-foot connector currently under construction in Franklin, Tenn., for Ramsey Solutions, and the award-winning 16-story 1100 Charlotte Avenue office tower in downtown Nashville.