Mayor Karl Dean presents the LEED Silver building marker to developer Bill Barkley
Nashville Mayor Karl Dean today toured Terrazzo’s green features and presented the US Green Building Council’s LEED Silver certification building marker to the development team. He praised Terrazzo’s achievement as the first LEED certified high-rise in downtown Nashville and the largest LEED certified mixed-use residential high-rise in the Southeast.
Terrazzo incorporates a high level of regional and renewable material, and its floor-to-ceiling glass provides abundant natural light. Terrazzo’s other eco-friendly benefits include reduced water and energy consumption, better indoor air quality, and reduced ozone pollution and heat island effect.
LEED certified projects are internationally recognized for being environmentally responsible and healthy places to live and work. View Terrazzo’s green features.
Photograph by Robert McCurley
Terrazzo will host a juried exhibition of 60 photographs depicting the Harpeth River Watershed. Presented by the Brentwood Photography Group, the exhibit is Saturday, March 16 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Terrazzo, on the 14th floor penthouse level. There is no charge to attend and free parking is available in the Terrazzo garage.
This unique exhibit is the culmination of a 7-month project in support of the Harpeth River Watershed Association (HRWA) and its conservation efforts.
John Guider, noted Nashville photographer and author of the book “The River Inside,” juried the exhibit. The photographs are available for purchase. Proceeds support the fundraising efforts of the HRWA, which is dedicated to preserving and restoring the ecological health of the Harpeth River and its Watershed.
For more information, contact Terrazzo at 615.256.2003.