nFocus. Remember last year when every news outlet in town was running something about Nashville’s growing condominium sector? Well, it’s been a while since we’ve heard what’s shaking on this hip front, so we visited Terrazzo, the first LEED-certified, green high-rise in town, to hear what’s been crack-a-lacking.
To date, Terrazzo has sold 60 percent of its units.* In April, Terrazzo unveiled its stunning, two-story penthouse collection that includes a furnished model home designed by Dana Goodman Interiors. Recognized as some of the largest condominiums in town, all seven penthouses feature at least one fireplace and multiple terraces.
With only 117 residences, there’s a most intimate feel to this building. Just bundle and enjoy the view of the Nashville skyline with your dog (yes, the building is pet friendly!). With 26 different floor plans available to choose from, we’re fairly certain there’s something to suit everyone’s taste.
[*Terrazzo update: As of July 20th, Terrazzo is 68% sold. Only 38 homes remain.]
Nashville Lifestyles. By Laura S. Holder. Who hasn’t imagined it? Living and entertaining high above the city, against the backdrop of a spectacular skyline. Sounds like New York or L.A., right? Not any more. The opportunity to live in a two-story penthouse, complete with luxurious amenities and breathtaking views, awaits you at Terrazzo in The Gulch.
Condominiums and high-rises have been going up all over town, but Terrazzo’s cosmopolitan style and environmentally friendly building philosophy set it apart. Premier amenities include a 24/7 concierge service, state-of-the-art workout facility and a wonderfully inviting rooftop pool with just a hint of Art Deco ambiance. But the penthouses that grace the top are Terrazzo’s crowning glory.
Michelle Maldonado, director of sales at Terrazzo and realtor with The Lipman Group/Sotheby’s International Realty, says, “Our penthouses are larger than most in town, and the price is more attractive — about 30 percent more space at the same price. These are not simply units on the top of the building – they offer really unique, two-story floorplans with fireplaces and multiple terraces.”
Amazing views are the focal point around which Dana Goodman Interiors designed the furnishings in the penthouse I visited (they are available furnished or unfurnished), showcasing contemporary style with a classic flair. The Nashville native’s career spans over 25 years, across Middle Tennessee and continuing as far as Deer Valley in Utah and Mexico. Goodman’s stylish furnishings and monochromatic color schemes beautifully enhance the space without compromising the view.
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Nashville Arts. More than a room with a view, the two-story penthouse on the fourteenth floor of Terrazzo is a view with a luscious home to accompany it. With soaring twenty-foot windows offering sweeping views of the city, views which transform with changing light from sunup to sundown, this urban home is the pinnacle of penthouse living in Nashville.
Dana Goodman Interiors created the design for the 3,173-square-foot home around these magnificent views. Walls wear soft shades of cream, which, akin to the views, meld with changing lights. Bamboo floors are sparingly covered, by design. The spacious living area — open and gracious with clean architectural lines — is accompanied by contemporary furnishings styled in classic fashion. See more.