The Nashville Warehouse Co. references the city’s industrial past

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Inspired by the city’s industrial history, the Nashville Warehouse Co. marks the first large-scale mass timber project in Music City. Designed by Chicago-based Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture, the three-building complex offers 200,000 square feet of Class A office space. Rising five stories, the structures are notable due to their floor-to-floor heights: 18 feet at ground level and 14 feet on intermediate floors. On the top level, the vaulted ceiling beneath the gabled roof reaches 30 feet in height.

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The complex’s massing was designed to represent the site’s former warehouses. (Lindsey Grace Photography)