Nashville, Tenn. — Brookfield Properties has opened the retail and dining component of Fifth + Broadway, a six-acre mixed-use project in downtown Nashville. Brookfield and local developer Pat Emery partnered on the development.
Designed by Gresham Smith and Gensler, the newly opened portion of Fifth + Broadway features 200,000 square feet of restaurants and retail space, along with parking garages that hold 2,145 cars. Retail tenants include Nash Collection, REVV, Ariat, Ray-Ban, Free People, The Dry House, Veseo Lingerie & Swimwear, Molly Green and others. Restaurant tenants include Hattie B’s Hot Chicken, Eddie V’s, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream and Shake Shack, among others.
The retail center also includes the 56,000-square-foot National Museum of African American Music. Later this spring, Fifth + Broadway’s Assembly Food Hall will debut 15 new eateries dubbed collectively as “South Hall.” The expanded food hall will also include a rooftop concert venue and a full-service restaurant from FB Society (formerly Front Burner Society).
Fifth + Broadway also includes The Place at Fifth + Broadway, a 386-unit apartment tower, and 501 Commerce, a Class A office tower and the future global headquarters of New York-based AllianceBernstein.