We’re in a mixed use community at Terrazzo, in The Gulch. We have retail at the ground level, three levels of office space above that and then 10 floors of condominiums. A couple of very significant features relative to Terrazzo that makes it different from any other building in Nashville is that it is Nashville’s first pre-certified LEED (silver) highrise. And it’s mixed use. The combination of those two makes it very unique. What does that mean to a buyer? We’ve paid attention to air quality and health standards by managing the kind of materials we used, which are very low in chemicals. We have sustainable countertops and bamboo floors. During construction we recycled over 50% of our construction debris. All of our cabinetry is made in Italy, and we have four different styles. We have lots of natural light and fantastic views, operable windows, terraces – some have two or three balconies per home—big walk-in closets, soaking tubs, and separate showers that are all glassed. When you’re at home at Terrazzo, it’s a feeling of spaciousness, lots of natural light. What I really think Terrazzo means to Nashville is that, stylistically, it is a beautiful contemporary piece of architecture that will stand the test of time. Excerpt from an interview with Bill Barkley, president, Crosland Tennessee.
Luxury urban living has reached new heights in The Gulch thanks to the opening of the highly anticipated Terrazzo. Italian-made wood and glass-front kitchen cabinetry, eco-friendly solid surface and granite countertops, top-of-the-line appliances, wide-plank bamboo floors, Italian tiled bathrooms with separate soaking tubs and showers, and roomy walk-in closets are just a few of the upscale amenities standard to Terrazzo condominiums. “I think this is for people who really appreciate the tops in quality, finish, materials and design,” says Shirley Zeitlin of Zeitlin InTown. “This product is really targeted to people who have a high standard of excellence.”