Nashville Projects Honored with Awards from ULI

Station 40 – Sylvan Heights Project

Urban Land Institute (ULI) Nashville chapter recently honored several KCI projects at their 10th Anniversary Excellence in Development Gala in May. Awards are presented to outstanding real estate projects that demonstrate exemplary design, creativity in land use, sustainability and commitment to the community.

Using criteria that supports the mission and values of ULI, the out of town judges selected three KCI projects – Hill Center Brentwood, Station 40 – Sylvan Heights and 1201 Demonbreun – to receive awards in the Private Sector – Large Project category. Hill Center Brentwood was also awarded a people’s choice award based on votes from the audience. Our team provided traffic and parking analysis for each project as well as off-site access improvements for the Hill Center Brentwood development.

 

Hill Center Brentwood

Hill Center Brentwood. This 17-acre project sits on the edge of Nashville in the city of Brentwood and resulted in the transformation of a 30-year-old strip mall development into a vibrant mixed-use development of 600,000 square feet of office and retail space as well as restaurants with outdoor dining and open space amenities.

 

 

 

 

Station 40 Building

Station 40 – Sylvan Heights. Surrounded by retail shops and restaurants and located along one of Nashville’s key radial pikes, this 7.39-acre project includes 240 apartments that promote community, walkability, affordability and sustainability.

 

 

 

 

1201 Demonbreun

1201 Demonbreun.  Serving as a gateway to downtown Nashville, this 15-story office building incorporates ground-floor restaurants, a “green roof” and a variety of amenities for employees to utilize. Parking for the structure is wrapped by leasable space which has enhanced pedestrian activity along the street.