1 week ago

rootARCH : architecture | interiors

Save the date!Save the date for a fundraiser at Topgolf on Sunday, March 25th to benefit Rebuilding Together Nashville!

We will be sharing details about how to purchase individual and team tickets soon. In the meantime, reach out to our Executive Director (kaitlin@rebuildingtogethernashville.org) to learn more about event sponsorship opportunities for your company or organization!
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Proud of our Escape game team that worked diligently to make it out of Prison Break(9 out of 10 difficulty)!!! We are excited to work with The Escape Game on their new Opry Mills location coming soon. ... See MoreSee Less

Proud of our Escape game team that worked diligently to make it out of Prison Break(9 out of 10 difficulty)!!! We are excited to work with The Escape Game on their new Opry Mills location coming soon.

 

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I guess that is to be expected when 3 architects and 2 engineers are locked up!

3 weeks ago

rootARCH : architecture | interiors

Checking in on the progress of our historic remodel on music row in Nashville just next door to our Music Row Modern project. Jeff is explaining some of the challenges with working with old buildings to our high school student that is shadowing our office today. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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What challenges did you find with that particular project?

1 month ago

rootARCH : architecture | interiors

Here are some new renderings of a single family renovation project in the highly desired Oak Hill neighborhood of Nashville, TN. It will be 4,000+/- sf and have 5 bedrooms, an extra large bonus/media room and a 3-car garage. It is currently for sale and intended to be a sister house to our "Oak Hill Modern" house that was completed a couple years back. If you would like more information on this home, please contact Mr. Grant Hammond with Metropolitan Brokers. The project is in permitting and is expected to be completed in the Fall. ... See MoreSee Less

Here are some new renderings of a single family renovation project in the highly desired Oak Hill neighborhood of Nashville, TN. It will be 4,000+/- sf and have 5 bedrooms, an extra large bonus/media room and a 3-car garage. It is currently for sale and intended to be a sister house to our Oak Hill Modern house that was completed a couple years back. If you would like more information on this home, please contact Mr. Grant Hammond with Metropolitan Brokers. The project is in permitting and is expected to be completed in the Fall.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Grant Hammond

Love it!

Floor plans?

Price tag?

4 months ago

rootARCH : architecture | interiors

Last night, our team presented for the third time an innovative concept for a mixed use building that stacks the overall massing and shifts it toward the heavily trafficked Main Street corridor, away from the 5 points district and Lockeland Springs Neighborhood in East Nashville. This 5-story proposal would provide more open space and offer 28 additional surface parking spaces for neighbors, residents and visitors. Although, this proposal is taller than the allowed 3-stories in the redevelopment guidelines, the developer is not requesting additional square footage than what could currently be built under current regulations. (The alternative option would be to spread a 3-story building out over the entire property as seen in the massing graphic below.) ... See MoreSee Less

 

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No brainer

Bill Johnson

Wow, look at all that ground floor retail space! That will really activate the other side of Marche Artisan Foods and make the area super walkable!! I want to start lobbying for a Taste of Belgium restaurant!

I want to start lobbying for creative solutions to challenging parcels and a clamp down on neighbors who use #fakenews to fight projects they have no clue about from a zoning standpoint. I sure hope you guys got what you were asking for because what you are proposing is SO much better than what you will put there if they don’t clue in.

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