Hill Center Five Points

On March 03, 2020 Nashville and our surrounding communities were hit with a devastating tornado. This event impacted our Nashville community, our friends and neighbors, as well as the businesses in East Nashville. This life-changing event especially impacted the Five Points area of East Nashville as well as the surrounding historical neighborhoods. EOA is working with H.G. Realty to reconstruct the two buildings that were previously located at 10th and Woodland. The previous retail building that housed Burger Up Restaurant was totally destroyed and the adjacent mixed-use building was partially destroyed and has since-been taken down to the first-floor structure. The new Hill Center at Five Points will include a two-story 11,500-square-foot office building and a new 3,350-square-foot restaurant building with a rooftop bar at 970 Woodland St.

Landscape architect and land-planning firm Hawkins Partner Inc. will return to occupy the top floor of the two-story office building, which is slated to be fully updated following the storm damage. The lower level will also serve as office space, after its previous iteration had been home to retail businesses prior to the tornado

As quoted by Gary and Kim Hawkins, whose office were located on the second floor of the mixed-use building, "We are building back, with resolve, returning to this place we call home! This is the vision we share of our 10th and Woodland corner — 110 South 10th Street — home of Hawkins Partners, Inc"

Reconstruction began in March 2021 with anticipated construction completion in January 2022.

Client

HG Hill Realty Company, LLC

Place

Nashville, Tennessee

Scale

11,500-square-foot Office Building and 3,350-square-foot Restaurant Building

Recognition

Photography

Photography by EOA Architects
Rendering by Frost Visualizations