Mixed-use urban district Capitol View has earned a gold award, the highest possible honor, via the 2021 ICSC Global Design and Development Awards.
Developed by Boyle Investment Company, Northwood Ravin and Northwestern Mutual, Capitol View anchors downtown’s North Gulch. Cooper Carry was the architect, with The Lighting Practice having designed the lighting. Hoar Construction providing general contracting and Barge Design oversaw civil engineering. Kiser Vogrin was the architect for the landscaping and public realm.
“We sought to truly build community at Capitol View, to create a neighborhood that would blend with and enhance the surrounding area and serve the Nashville community,” Mark Traylor, Boyle partner, said in the release. “From the width of the sidewalks to retailer patios, to free parking and ease of access, Capitol View was designed with the user’s experience in mind.”
Capitol View brought the first full-service grocery store to downtown Nashville when Publix opened in October 2019. The district also offers Frankie Pierce Park and the Trolley Park green space while connecting to the city’s greenway system.
ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers) is headquartered in New York.
Originally published by Nashville Post