SomeraRoad broke ground this week on its first tower named PRIMA, located within its mixed-use district Paseo South Gulch. SomeraRoad is a real estate investment and development firm based in New York and is now headquartered in Nashville. The development is located at the intersection of 8th Avenue South & Fogg Street.
Here is a short video of Prima At Paseo South Gulch.
Prima will offer a mix of multifamily residences, Class A office space, as well as retail. Once the Tower is complete it will complement and connect with the recently completed adaptive reuse of the Antiques Mall and Vorhees Buildings. It will also be joined by future towers within the Paseo South Gulch District, with a second tower expected to begin by early 2023. Here’s the development rundown:
- What’s Now: Cleared lot.
- What’s Next: Mixed-use Development
- Developer: SomeraRoad
- Location: 620 8th Avenue South
- Architect: ESa / Manuel Zeitlin Architects
- Landscape Architect: Hawkins Partners
- Civil: Kimley-Horn
- Capacity: 278 Units, 18,000 SF Office, 8,000SF Retail, Parking& Amenities
- Office Leasing: Cushman & Wakefield
- Retail Leasing: Ojas Partners
- Contractor: Clark Construction
Paseo, a name which speaks to the district’s interconnected walkways and terraces, emphasizes bringing people together with outdoor programming, exceptionally crafted residential, retailers, restaurants, and companies. Paseo South Gulch will provide a new destination within in the urban core of Nashville. SomeraRoad also announced tenants within the preserved buildings which include Maiz DLV, Two Hands, and GoodVets, with more exciting announcements to come.
Paseo South Gulch’s focus on connectivity extends beyond the project’s boundaries. The mixed-use campus is strategically located, promoting sustainable travel, such as biking or walking to other downtown commercial office destinations with ease, and presenting an unmatched opportunity for office and retail tenants, as well as future residents.
“Paseo South Gulch will be a premier, Live-Work-Play destination in Nashville, and the start of Prima is a significant step towards our transformational vision becoming reality. “We’ve worked tirelessly to craft every detail of Paseo South Gulch, to tie new towers into the adaptive reuse of historic structures and future phases, to ultimately create a district that feels authentic and vibrant. SomeraRoad is significantly committed to Nashville, and this is an exciting moment that further signifies our dedication to positively impacting the city.”Andrew Donchez, Principal and Head of Development at SomeraRoad.
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Paseo is gonna open up a new neighborhood.! Great design. Its getting harder and harder to think of cities to compare Nashville too. We’re
honky tonks and high end design. I look for a huge foreign tourist market comparable to Vegas in 20yrs. I hope we can get a Mandarin Hotel!