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March 8, 2019 / News

Capitol View first downtown district to earn Green Globe certification

The developers of Capitol View in the North Gulch have announced that the mixed-use urban district is the first in downtown Nashville to earn the Green Globe certification for new construction. Capitol View earned the certification for the reduction of environmental impacts and use of environmental efficiency practices, particularly for mixed-use building The Residences at

February 13, 2019 / News

North Gulch lands N.C.-based juice bar

Clean Juice is latest to take retail space at The Residences at Capitol View A Clean Juice is slated for Capitol View, with the North Carolina-based franchisor seemingly prepping to establish a major presence in the local market. A permit valued at $245,000 notes the organic juice and smoothie bar will have an address of

January 16, 2019 / News

Images, name released for Capitol View park

Additional images and a name have been released related to the future public greenspace for which work remains underway at Capitol View. In addition, the space will be called Frankie Pierce Park, named for the late and influential African-American suffrage movement leader Juno Frankie Pierce. Pierce Park will open in the spring as part of

November 12, 2018 / News

Want to live above Publix with views of the Capitol? Take a tour of this downtown development

Everything about the new apartments within the $750 million Capitol View development in downtown Nashville attests to the arms race that has consumed developers as they jockey for renters. You’ll find, in no particular order: a wine cellar, poker room, songwriters’ room, golf simulator, yoga studio, a “zen courtyard,” a turf volleyball court and a

November 1, 2018 / News

Clarksville bank to move office to North Gulch

First Advantage will open retail branch, operations center in early 2019 First Advantage Bank will relocate its lone Davidson County branch to Capitol View from the West End corridor. A February 2019 opening is eyed, with the bank to take space in the mixed-use building home to The Residences at Capitol View and to be