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Alina is situated on a hill just south of downtown Nashville in an area known as Gulch View, with sweeping views of the city. The 4-story residential building sits atop a raised concrete podium structure and has a total of 50 residences complete with a roof terrace, upper floor community lobby area, and an entry lobby and fitness area where the building meets the street. Large expansive windows are punched into the crisp white facade of the building to emphasize the panoramic views of downtown Nashville, historic Fort Negley Park, and the surrounding neighborhoods.
Luna is a 5-story mixed-use, multifamily that is perched at the 8th Avenue gateway into downtown Nashville. There are 108 residential units with tenant amenities and ground-level retail spaces. The project engages with a busy transit corridor at the street while the balance of the building steps back, shifts and opens as it rises to create private moments throughout the upper residential areas. The front and side elevations view the downtown skyline, Wedgewood Houston and Fort Negley. The interior spaces focus on the pool deck while a large, volumetric void in the project composition allows breathability.
Designed by The Bradley Projects, co-developed by Bradley Development Group, and constructed by Certified Construction Services, these 38 luxury row homes are located in Green Hills. Phase 1, consisting of 17 units, completed construction in December 2020, and Phase two of the project is slated to begin late spring 2022, for a total project value of $42 million.
The Bradley Projects and Certified Construction Services partnered with The 5th Street Group on Church & Union to design an artistic and welcoming space that showcases Nashville’s dynamic spirit. With one-of-a-kind art pieces and a layout that encourages vibrant social interaction, the team took an approach to design that’s as unique and playful as the New American menu by Top Chef Allstar Alum Jamie Lynch.
Located in the Gulch, this multifamily project was designed by The Bradley Projects, co-developed by Bradley Development Group, and constructed by Certified Construction Services. The development consists of 78 condominium units and was completed in December 2019 for a total project value of $34.5 million.
Designed by The Bradley Projects, developed by Bradley Development Group, and constructed by Certified Construction Services, the 63-unit residential development will feature varied floor plates creating unique indoor and outdoor environments for residents to enjoy throughout the building.
Eve is one of the most exciting sites in downtown Nashville because it embraces the river as a premium amenity. Eve also celebrates Nashville’s rich history. The Bradley Projects designed all of Eve’s units to showcase stunning views of the river. Cantilevered decks seamlessly look over the river to make residents feel like they are right on top of it. Further, the building itself is cantilevered off the river bank’s edge, bringing the building that much closer to the river. The building blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor spaces by welcoming fresh air and offering numerous outdoor spaces and amenities. Residents can also enjoy the city and their surroundings without leaving their homes, thanks to the skyline, capitol hill, river, and Nissan Stadium views.
Ophelia’s is a neo-Italian, lounge, restaurant, bar and neighborhood-gathering space located in the heart of Nashville’s evolving financial district that is quickly transforming to a high-end entertainment area of downtown Nashville, both day and night.
The project reuses the existing retail area at the base of the historical L&C Building and transforms it into a modern, yet comfortable and familiar space. Materials chosen for this project were intentionally curated to create a classic Italian cafe vibe while fitting seamlessly into the vibrant urban streetscape of the downtown scene. Rustic but clean white ceiling boards, simple plaster walls with intentionally over-crowded choreographed art work floor-to-ceiling is combined with clean walnut wood flooring that is carefully carved out to allow Italian tile to be laced in for unexpected yet functional moments. A glass facade is incorporated across the entire building face with sliding panels to blur the edges between indoors and outdoors.
This project is the second for the client, just across the street from their first Nashville restaurant, Church & Union.
The Fisk University Allied Science Building is a new project near the heart of the central campus that will provide a state-of-the-art new science building. The new building will capture the requirements of the University and imagines the changing needs for the future by providing flexible laboratory space and teaching labs as well as a divisible and multi-purpose auditorium.
The project has been envisioned with the assistance of the professors and administration, research of other exemplary science buildings across the country as well as expanding on programmatic and contextual elements provided by the University and the site itself. Some key architectural elements of this project include sculptural and double-height fluid spaces, atrium-like areas, catwalks, and transparency throughout to display the student and faculty work.
The building’s architecture marries a dynamic spatial experience with a pragmatic science laboratory and research areas, all serving as demonstrations to passersby and the surrounding campus and community.
The Boyd House is a historic renovation and adaptive reuse project of the historic Boyd House on the Fisk University campus.
This project required the project team to initiate initial interior demolition to expose structural elements, and areas where the structure could be improved or modified for future Fisk University office and administration space. The primary goal of this project was to capture and utilize the contextual significance of the historical structure while updating some of the spaces to accommodate the University’s requested programmatic uses.
The Boyd House was owned by Dr. Henry Allen Boyd (1876-1959) and his wife Georgia Bradford Boyd (1884-1952). Fisk University acquired it on October 11, 1938, and it is currently listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Dr. Boyd was a Fisk Trustee and part of the group of influential black men who convinced the Tennessee General Assembly to bring Tennessee State University to Nashville. Mrs. Georgia Boyd was a suffragist and a prominent figure in Nashville’s Colored Women’s Club movement who dedicated her life to serving Nashville’s poorest Black residents. – www.rhboyd.com
The Bradley Projects and Certified Construction Services oversaw the design, development, and construction of an outdoor learning initiative for the Linden Waldorf School in Nashville, Tennessee. In the face of Covid-19, the outdoor learning initiative created nine structures with roofs and partitions to control sunlight, creating classrooms that provide tree stump chairs, mulch flooring, hand-cleansing stations, and nearby portable sinks and restrooms.
Designed by The Bradley Projects and constructed by Certified Construction Services, Fairfax Flats is a 21-unit, 14,000-square-foot multifamily project atop a concrete podium parking structure.
This artisan bakery was designed and constructed by The Bradley Projects and The Bradley Development Group to accommodate and feature the custom Italian oven, seen through the glass box.
The Bradley Development Group built this gallery which features an impressive array of innovative and diverse artists working across disciplines, including painting, sculpture, photography, and video.
Dapper Owl is an adaptive reuse retail project located near Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
The project utilizes an old traditional residential house that was converted into office space in the 2000s, reimagining the structure as a British-inspired pub, coffee shop, and bakery.
With the demographic target primarily being students and faculty, the transformed space makes a perfect spot for anyone in the community to gather anytime, day or night.
Architectural highlights include an open floor plan to accommodate spatial transparency and flow and an overall aesthetic update to the interiors, lighting, and finishes. A state-of-the-art commercial kitchen, complete with grease traps, kitchen exhaust hoods, bakery equipment, and other infrastructural items, was also included in the project scope.
Located in Clarksville, Tennessee, this housing project was designed by The Bradley Projects and built by Certified Construction Services to accommodate Austin Peay State University students. The development offers a 156-bed dormitory, including a roof terrace, and common space for students at the street level.