Nashville, Tenn. — Northwestern Mutual has provided $73 million in construction financing for Capitol View, a $750 million, 32-acre mixed-use development underway in Nashville’s North Gulch area.
Upon completion the project will feature 1.1 million square feet of Class A office space, 130,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, 600 multifamily residences, 410 hotel rooms and a 2.5-acre urban park connected to Nashville’s greenway system.
The co-developers, Boyle Investment Co. and Northwood Ravin, will begin construction this month on the next phase of Capitol View. Known as Block D, the $115 million phase will encompass seven city blocks at the intersection of I-40/Charlotte Avenue and 11th Avenue North and feature a mixed-use structure with 60,000 square feet of ground-level retail space, 40,000 square feet of second-floor loft office space and 378 residential units.
With Northwestern Mutual’s financing, Capitol View’s total capital investment is now 70 percent committed. The development is anchored by Hospital Corp. of America and Lifeway, which will bring more than 3,000 employees to Capitol View combined. A portion of Nelson Merry Street will be designated as “Festival Street,” which can be closed off for festivals and other events.