• 1316 Adams St.
  • 1320 Adams St.
The most exciting historic re-use project in Nashville is here—riverside, in east Germantown. Introducing the Neuhoff District.
  • 1316 Adams St.
  • 1320 Adams St.
The most exciting historic re-use project in Nashville is here—riverside, in east Germantown. Introducing the Neuhoff District.

Mixed-use Neuhoff is a transformation of Nashville's early-1900s meatpacking district, totaling more than 914,000 square feet along the Cumberland River.

  • Block 1

    New 14-Floor Office with First-Floor Retail

  • Block 2

    “The Curve,” Adaptive Reuse Office and Retail (revamp of a series of buildings and additions circa 1905 to 1950)

  • Blocks 3 & 4

    Two multifamily apartment residences, totaling 194 units and 348 units, respectively, over 3,000 SF of ground-floor retail. Five stories of subterraneous parking deck offer more than 2,100 spaces to be shared across the district. A future-phase office tower will connect with the Block One office tower via a sky-bridge.

NEUHOFF PROJECT

New, with the backbone of history. Neuhoff.

The Neuhoff District’s original brick buildings on the Cumberland River evolved alongside Nashville. The former Neuhoff Packing Company (est. 1905) brought cattle, people and jobs to the riverfront and became a Nashville landmark. And in the decades after the plant’s closing in the 1970s, owners kept the abandoned site intact and protected—attracting the attention of artists and musicians as home to the Nashville Jazz Workshop and Nashville Cultural Arts Project, multiple recording and photography groups, and as a personal studio for country-folk legend John Prine. Neuhoff is reusing salvaged brick, stone and other remnants of the original plant buildings, and will feature cultural arts at its event spaces and riverfront amphitheater.

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Neuhoff
NEIGHBORHOOD OVERVIEW

Just north of downtown and lauded as the most walkable neighborhood in the city, Historic Germantown was Nashville’s first true suburb, founded in the 1850s by European immigrants. The neighborhood’s architectural character makes it a favorite locale for the city’s top restaurants, and the hottest corner of Nashville’s burgeoning, urban residential market—outperforming its peers locally, regionally and nationally. Germantown’s resurgence epitomizes the renaissance underway in Nashville, and the neighborhood’s leafy, family-friendly streets have been designated a city arboretum by the Nashville Tree Foundation.

  • Located on just over nine acres between the Cumberland River Greenway and the river itself, Neuhoff is literally on the same blocks as some of Germantown’s best restaurants.
  • Downtown live music and sports venues, Nissan Stadium, Ryman Auditorium and the Bridgestone Arena are all within two miles—whether traveling by car, ride-share or the extensive Greenway network. Three hospitals are within a 10-minute drive, and Vanderbilt University is less than six miles southwest of Neuhoff.
  • A new pedestrian bridge will be steps away, linking Germantown and the waterfront near Oracle Corp.’s new 60-acre tech campus just across the river. A 2025 bridge opening is planned.
  • Access to I-24 / I-65 is within minutes, so residents and tenants can easily get to and from Neuhoff—and to anywhere in Nashville and beyond. The Nashville International Airport (BNA) is within 10 miles.
  • And Neuhoff is a destination itself. Neighborhood mainstay Monday Night Brewing has been open and pouring ales since 2021, and the district is gearing up to welcome several restaurants and retailers in 2024, including Sid & Ann Mashburn, E+Rose, Fishmonger, Close Company (a new concept from the team behind Death & Co), two new concepts from the groups behind local award-winning restaurants Kisser and Peninsula, and many more.

New City Properties

The developer of Neuhoff is New City Properties, an Atlanta-based firm that focuses on developing unique, non-commodity projects that fit within the context of the surrounding environment. Whether space for the community to work, shop, eat, or live, New City believes each property should include an interesting mix of uses, the latest innovations in technology and sustainability, and encourage walkability.

New City is helmed by Jim Irwin, who has been directly responsible for over $1 billion of real estate development across the U.S., including management of two notable projects in Atlanta, GA: Ponce City Market, a 2.1M square foot, award winning adaptive reuse project, and 725 Ponce, a 470,000 SF mixed-use development, the largest new construction project along the Atlanta BeltLine to-date.

S9 Architecture
S9 Architecture is a NYC-based team of 70 designers with a unique design approach rooted in "modern contextualism" and inspired by urban narratives. Rejecting pre-conceived ideas and stylistic preoccupations, each design solution is informed by specific programmatic, physical, environmental, economic, and contextual forces. S9 Architecture believes its projects are part of a larger urban eco-system and local community, acting as glue that helps bind and reinforce the context for human experiences.
Smith Gee Studio, LLC
Smith Gee Studio, LLC of Nashville is a full-service architectural, interior design, and planning firm that consistently produces designs that enhance the end-user’s experience, inspire interaction, and bring communities together. From master planning to interiors, from public sector to private development, from ground up to adaptive reuse, Smith Gee Studio has broad project experience with one common thread — a passion for placemaking while focusing on the client’s success.

“If the architecture is any good, a person who looks and listens will feel its good effects without noticing.”

Carlo Scarpa,
Bauhaus Architect

The factory-complex heritage of the site inspires Neuhoff’s design. Two new office buildings and the iconic curved Neuhoff building differ in form and materials, but all share the same industrial DNA. A concrete office tower features the Neuhoff plant's original, massive columns, now integrated with green plantings. And a second office building of blackened metal is designed as a series of stacked boxes that will eventually extend across Germantown’s Adams Street to rest on the concrete tower—tying the two together, and giving office tenants extraordinary elevated views of Nashville and the Cumberland River.

A LOOK TOWARDS THE FUTURE

Building Specs

Neuhoff is a LEED-certified project designed with interest and texture at every turn. Salvaged bricks, stone and original columns are being reused. Pathways, patios and green areas lead to building entrances and river views. A primary building, “The Curve,” retains the facade of the early 1900s Neuhoff Packing Plant. Other buildings and features include two 14-story office towers, 542 apartment residences, first-floor retail, restaurant spaces, a rooftop pool with skyline views and an amphitheater along the river. The major, multi-year project is comprised of mixed-use buildings totaling 914,000 square feet, and future plans include a riverside boutique hotel. Neuhoff is a prime location for corporate headquarters, Class-A offices, retail shops, cafes and restaurants. Site tours available now, and initial features and blocks opening in 2023 and 2024.

Building Stacking Plan

Available
Leased
BLOCK 1
OFFICE LOBBY
BLOCK 2
CORE LOBBY
BLOCK 2
FIFTH FLOOR AMENITY SPACE

Block 1

288,000 square feet of Class-A office space above 8,000 square-feet of ground-floor retail seamlessly connected to retail space in adjacent buildings.

Block 2

108,000 square feet of rehabilitated Class-A loft office space on stories 2-5. 43,000 square feet of retail and amenity space on the ground-floor and basement levels. These stories will include a state-of-the-art tenant amenity lounge, dynamic destination retail offerings, and access to “The Barge” amenity space on the river—including a pool and amphitheater.

Blocks 3 & 4

Two multifamily apartment residences, totaling 194 units and 348 units, respectively, over 3,000 SF of ground-floor retail. Five stories of subterraneous parking deck offer more than 2,100 spaces to be shared across the district. A future-phase office tower will connect with the Block One office tower via a sky- bridge.

Where Nashville is happening.

Germantown, the Greenway and River Neuhoff's at the center of everything.
SWEEPING VIEWS OF NASHVILLE
CONCIERGE SERVICES
GREEN PLANTINGS, TERRACES
CONFERENCE AND CLUB LOUNGES FOR MEETINGS & EVENTS
CONTROLLED ACCESS
ONSITE PARKING & ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS
FITNESS STUDIO & GYM
GROUND-LEVEL RETAIL AND RESTAURANT SPACES (MONDAY NIGHT BREWING OPEN NOW)
VEHICLE AND BICYCLE VALET SERVICES
DIRECT ACCESS TO THE GREENWAY AND RIVER
RIVERFRONT AMPHITHEATER WITH OUTDOOR ENTERTAINMENT SPACE

GERMANTOWN

Creative, delicious Germantown.

Within a mile or two of most downtown destinations, the 1800s-founded neighborhood of Germantown has architectural and cultural character all its own—attracting the creative class, millennials, urban pioneers and now, young professionals and families. Historic homes are refreshed, and neighborhood buildings are converted to inventive local retail.

The neighborhood is also a food mecca. Germantown restaurants inspire an outsized share of James Beard Award-recognized chefs and culinary destinations, including Rolf and Daughters, Henrietta Red and City House. And now there’s Chef Ford Fry’s “Germantown Trifecta” of the Optimist, Le Loup, and Star Rover Sound—all next door to Neuhoff on Adams Street.

  • Hotels & Multifamily
  • restaurants
  • Bars & Coffee Shops
  • Retail, Arts, & Entertainment
  • Starling
  • Modera Germantown
  • The Griff
  • The Hamilton and Hume House
  • Flats at Taylor Place
  • Station Lofts
  • LC Germantown
  • The Monroe
  • Vista Germantown
  • Germantown Inn
  • Peyton Stakes
Location DriveTime
  • Interstate 65 6 Min
  • Interstate 40 7 Min
  • Interstate 440 9 Min
  • Sylvan Park 13 Min
  • East Nashville 6 Min
  • Interstate 24 6 Min
  • Germantown 1 Min
  • Jefferson Street Bridge 4 Min
  • Downtown 6 Min
  • Wedgewood-Houston 6 Min

Leasing

Office
Jenna Muller Cushman & Wakefield t: 615.301.2809 e: jenna.muller@cushwake.com
Office
Rob Lowe Stream Realty t: 615.476.2910 e: rob.lowe@streamrealty.com
Office
Robby Davis Stream Realty t: 615.618.3967 e: robby.davis@streamrealty.com
Retail
Elam Freeman Ojas Partners t: 615.219.5174 e: elam@ojaspartners.com
Retail
Elliott Kyle The McDevitt Company t: 615.577.9030 e: ekyle@mcdevitt.com

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