New Development "River North" Coming To East Bank Of Cumberland River In Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A new development featuring skyscrapers and green space was announced on Tuesday with plans to bring the development into the area just north of downtown in the coming years.

First look: Massive 'River North' project could finally juice East Bank's revitalization

An investor from Chicago has emerged with a revamped vision, plan and a name for what Nashville's leaders have long pined for: A high-rise development of offices, hotels, shopping, dining and residential units that would extend downtown's growth to the east bank of the Cumberland River.

Name, plans unveiled for huge project on Cumberland River's East Bank

The biggest property owner on Nashville's East Bank is eyeing a spring start to construction of what eventually is expected to be a 105-acre mixed-use development that's being called River North.

Genuine connection.

With River North, Nashville's waterfront is coming to life and connecting the city's dynamic urban neighborhoods.

Ushering in a new era of waterfront life and commerce with Nashville’s first and only mixed-use riverfront development
The Landings is River North’s 40-acre first phase, set to include office, retail, multifamily, and hospitality. Construction begins Spring 2017.
Inspired by the need and opportunity to further connect Nashville’s unique and dynamic neighborhoods.
Committed to Nashville’s long-term priority of green space and park development
Delivering the much-anticipated opportunity for the community to engage with Nashville’s most underrepresented asset: the Cumberland River
River North will create an extraordinary and unprecedented epicenter on the Cumberland River – and usher in a new era of urban living, connectivity and commerce. Construction begins 2017.

The 125-acre River North district is located on the Cumberland River’s east bank – across the river from Germantown, between Jefferson Street and the I-65 bridge.
“River North begins an exciting new era in Nashville’s relationship with the Cumberland River by strategically orienting civic life along the riverfront.”
— Mayor Megan Barry

The Landings is the 40-acre first phase of the redevelopment and features: