Broadwest 21-Story Office Tower Tops Out

Broadwest 21-Story
Office Tower Tops Out

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — July 2, 2020 — Propst Development and Turner Construction topped out the Broadwest office tower today, raising an evergreen tree to the top of the 21-story structure. A large American flag, marking the Fourth of July weekend, was also unfurled and raised by a tower crane.

“Topping out” is a construction rite celebrating the building’s highest beam being placed. Raising a tree dates back to early Scandinavian tradition.

The Broadwest office tower is part of a new, vibrant, mixed-use community combining Class AA and creative office space, 196 elegantly appointed condominium residences, a Conrad Nashville hotel, and restaurant and retail space. Broadwest sits on a full city block where Broadway and West End avenues meet in Nashville’s growing downtown core.

Designed by Cooper Carry, the office tower features 525,000 square feet of Class AA office space, a two-story atrium lobby, stunning 10-foot, floor-to-ceiling vision glass, 10 high-speed destination dispatch elevators and a dedicated freight elevator. The 25,500-square-foot floor plates offer flexibility to accommodate layouts from open-floor plan to traditional workstation and office.

Companies that have already signed leases for Broadwest include Baker Donelson, ServisFirst, Robert W. Baird, and Parks Realty. The office tower will open in 2021. JLL’s Bill Adair and Ashley Albright are handling office leasing for Broadwest and inquiries can be directed to [email protected].