The Stahlman Building, designed by native Tennessean James Carpenter and built by newspaper publisher Edward Stahlman, was completed in 1907 making it the second “skyscraper” in Nashville. Originally, it housed the Fourth National Bank and has since been used for offices and courtrooms. Now, the redevelopment of this historic 12-story Beaux Arts style building brings a unique urban living opportunity to downtown Nashville.
The building provides 142 rental apartments, 11,000 s.f. of retail space and a rooftop deck. Courthouse Plaza, located across the street, provides resident parking as well as a dynamic landscaped urban park literally at the front door. Many historical details and features such as oak flooring, tile mosaics, marble wainscoting, crotch mahogany doors, plaster walls and ceilings that were once concealed are revealed and renewed.