As we approach the opening of 2022 Four Seasons Hotel and Private Homes in NashvilleWe thought it was a great time to let you know about the most desirable and iconic residence in town. The Grand Penthouse takes over the entire 40th floor of the skyscraper under construction in downtown Nashville and is officially on the market for $ 25 million.
While the 9,300 square meter penthouse interior (with an additional 1,500 square meters of outside space) can be built to any specifications desired by the owner, development partners Congress Group Inc. and AECOM Capital have commissioned Brodin Design Build, by the world-famous designer and artist Gavin Brodin to create a breathtaking, unique and authentic vision for the Grand Penthouse to inspire or guide the construction by its buyer if so desired.
“The Grand Penthouse will be an incredible Nashville address and give the buyer a space that they can truly customize and customize,” said Brodin. “When we were approached about this project, our entire team wanted to work on it. Every designer, designer assistant and architect at Brodin Design Build was involved in creating an extraordinary and luxurious space for the Grand Penthouse. “
The dream is to split the penthouse evenly between entertainment and living spaces, with gorgeous master bedrooms, fire pits and a theater. It will be adorned with wood elements, shadow gaps, metals, paneled leather walls, secret hidden doors, wine and champagne displays, and a sprawling three-sided bar.
In addition to the Grand Penthouse, the project will also create six penthouses on half-floor on floors 37 to 39, which will be built according to Brodin’s design specifications.
Sales of Four Seasons Private Residences in Nashville are being led by Sales Manager Marie-Laure Frère from a 4,500 SF sales gallery in the neighboring 222 building. In its first release in March 2020, the project sold private residences worth $ 80 million in one day. The spring release, the second release, has now started. Private tours are now planned through February. Guided tours are planned for those interested via Frère ([email protected] | 615.749.9772).