Nashville’s tallest tower will rise as part of a YMCA redevelopment

Downtown Nashville will become home to the city’s tallest tower, as the YMCA of Middle Tennessee revealed plans on October 4 to build a 100,000-square-foot, 60-story residential tower at its .9-acre property on Church Street. The existing YMCA completed in 1973 will be developed and connected with the new project, while a newer 2008 building at the site will be similarly integrated.

The new tower will hit 750 feet tall, eclipsing the 1994 AT&T Building for the title of tallest in the city (and the entire state of Tennessee). The postmodern AT&T Building was designed by the local Earl Swensson Associates and frequently draws comparisons to Batman for the

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