Nashville’s Newest Urban Village on Tech Hill
Alloy From $217,400 | Alloy 10/10* From $259,900
Experience the best of city living at Alloy, Nashville’s first modern, affordable urban community. Alloy, an 82-residence condo community, and Alloy 10/10 consisting of 20-units commercial and residential mixed — offer a range of studio flat, one-, and two- bedroom units. Situated on a rise, Alloy has unparalleled panoramic views of downtown Nashville.
Alloy offers comfortable, contemporary living in a convenient location, located in a private cul-de-sac on Herron Drive, south of downtown Nashville. In addition, Alloy’s amenities fit into your urbanite lifestyle. Its state-of-the-art community spaces inspire creativity, encourage get-togethers among friends, provide outlets for relaxation, and cultivate a strong sense of community among residents — all steps from your front door.
*Alloy 10/10 allows non-owner occupied short term rentals (STRP)
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Nashville’s first prefab condo complex opens on industrial hill
Sam Blackman recently moved into a new home overlooking The Fairgrounds Nashville in the city’s first prefab condo complex, Alloy on Tech Hill.
Modern and pristine, the studio off Nolensville Pike looks nearly identical to new apartments built from the ground up in the heart of trendy neighboring Wedgewood-Houston.
But it was crafted on an assembly line inside a Pennsylvania warehouse.
The 28-year-old medical software specialist said he can’t tell the difference between the factory-built community and more traditionally constructed developments.
The Food Biz: Work continues on Bongo space
Progress is being made toward creating a new home for Bongo Java Roasting Co., as a permit has been issued related for the project.
The future headquarters of Bongo Productions’ coffee bean roasting operations will be located at 372 Herron Drive at Tech Hill in South Nashville.
Phase two work on Tech Hill set to start
Core Development is prepared to start on the 20-residences second phase of its Tech Hill project in South Nashville.
Similarly, the locally based company is targeting a November opening for the two buildings comprising phase one. Called Alloy 82, those residential structures offer a collective number of condominiums from which the name is derived. Of the 82 units, 66 have been presold, according to Kent Campbell, Core vice president.
Stackable Condos: A First in Nashville
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As construction never ceases to end in the growing city of Nashville, development for residential properties has recently taken a creative approach.
Alloy is an 82-unit condominium development on Herron Drive near the Fairgrounds. It is developed by Kent Campbell, Vice President of Nashville-based Core Development.
Real estate notes: Work continues at Alloy
Core Development has landed three permits related to its Alloy on Tech Hill project under construction in South Nashville. The permits have a collective value of about $6.4 million. Nashville-based The Carter Group is handling the job.
New Nashville condos expand affordable options across city
Chris Prisco believes he got a great deal when he purchased his condo at Solo East, the new development along a once-ignored stretch of Gallatin Pike. He thinks he did it again with Alloy condos under construction on Tech Hill, a rapidly emerging neighborhood close to the Nashville Fairgrounds.
Work to start on 100-plus condos near Fairgrounds
A local infill developer plans to break ground next month on a mixed-use development that will bring more than 100 residential condos off Nolensville Pike just beyond The Fairgrounds Nashville.
Core Development’s Alloy on Tech Hill will also include the new home of Bongo Java Roasting Co. along with 8,000 square feet of “maker” condos targeting up to eight artisan businesses.