Structure in General
- Viridian Towers is the first large-scale owner-occupied housing development in downtown Nashville, and the tallest residential building in the city.
- It also includes the downtown area's first grocery store.
- The Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency provided $6 million in TIF money for the development.
- Forty-five of the planned 225 residences were affordable to households making up to 80% of the area's median income.
- The building's design takes cues from The Metropolis, a twin-tower complex in Atlanta, designed by the same architects.
- The rooftop contains a sundeck and two swimming pools.
- Upon completion, Viridian became the tallest residential building in the State of Tennessee.
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Features & Amenities
- Balconies are available