A Look Inside: Fifth + Broadway

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Fifth + Broadway is Nashville’s largest mixed-use development ever created, combining restaurants, shops, office space, a museum, and residential units on a large city block of Downtown Nashville. The Broadway destination has restaurants like local favorites Slim + Husky’s and Hattie B’s as well as nationally-known eateries like Shake Shack and Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams. On the retail side, visitors can purchase Nashville-centric apparel at The Nash Collection or shop at one of the only brick-and-mortar Ariat stores in the world. Guests can explore the 55,000-square-foot National Museum of African American Music, or stay indefinitely at The Place. Scroll down to learn more and get a look inside Fifth + Broadway.


Fifth + Broadway

Restaurants and Retailers

Fifth + Broadway is a multi-level, pedestrian-friendly block of restaurants and retail. It’s easy to walk from place to place with little effort. Grab a coffee at Elixr, then do a little shopping at Molly Green, Free People, Revv, or Tecovas. Browse the art at Swipe Right, or get your hair styled at The Dry House. For a quick bite, there’s Slim + Husky’s and Hattie B’s, or for a more robust dinner, check out Blanco. Afterward, satiate your sweet tooth at Jeni’s and Le Macaron, and get photos with the murals by Nathan Brown and Tarabella Aversa.

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Assembly Food Hall

Numerous Eateries In One Space

Make your way up to the second floor to scope out Nashville’s largest dining room, Assembly Food Hall. There are numerous eateries all in one space, ranging from Thai Esane to Nobaked Cookie Dough to Desano Pizzeria. There are large group tables, comfy leather chairs, and an exterior patio overlooking the ground level. Grab a seat at one of the standalone bars for a glass of wine or a fresh draft brew.

There are two sections to the Assembly Food Hall—North and South. Both halls have numerous eateries. The South Hall also features a rooftop concert venue and a full-service concept called Sixty Vines.

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Assembly Food Hall North

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Assembly Food Hall South Rooftop


501 Commerce

Creative Class-A Office Space

501 Commerce is the office portion of the Fifth + Broadway development. The 24-story office tower has 372,000 square feet of office space with floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic views of Downtown. The 11th floor amenity deck has a full kitchen, a lookout deck with fire pits, and a variety of seating options. Office tenants can also enjoy premier parking and access to the state-of-the-art fitness center.

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The Place

Residential Apartment Community

The Place is Fifth + Broadway’s luxury apartment community offering studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans, as well as penthouse options. The building’s amenities are first-class, including a resort-style pool, recording room, a guest suite, work hub, fitness center, and more. See Nashville Guru’s Apartment Tour for more photos and details on this top-notch living option Downtown.

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National Museum of African American Music

Museum

The National Museum of African American Music features 55,000 square feet highlighting some of the most influential musicians of all time. Over 50 music genres are explored, including jazz, blues, hip hop, and gospel, showcasing the impact African Americans have had on music and art. Plan your visit! 

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Fifth + Broadway is must-visit for locals and visitors alike. If you’re in the Downtown area, it’s the most convenient place to have a meal—and easily one of the most sophisticated places to reside and work. For more information, visit fifthandb.com.

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