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24,000 sq. ft., 5-Stories
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Turner provided preconstruction and construction management services for the renovation/conversion of the historic Broadway Nashville Bank building, creating an upscale restaurant, bar, and live-music venue in the heart of the city’s downtown tourist district.
Ole Red Nashville, a collaboration with country music artist Blake Shelton, is as a modern, five-floor, 24,000-sq. ft. entertainment venue. The building includes a restaurant and bar on the first and second floors, private event space with a mezzanine support level on the third and fourth floors, a 6,000-sq. ft. rooftop bar and restaurant on the new fifth floor, and an expanded basement. Ole Red Nashville also features a retail area, performance space, and a dance floor.c
The Ole Red Nashville entertainment venue was built within the 300 Broadway building, located at the corner of Broadway and Third Avenue in Nashville—one of the busiest corners of the city’s entertainment district. The building, some sections of which date back to the 1880s, housed the Broadway National Bank beginning in 1910. This project completely replaced the building’s structure while leaving its 130-year-old brick façade/shell fully intact.