The so-called grand penthouse of the future Four Seasons Private Residences in SoBro has been offered for $25 million.
The 9,300-square-foot interior living quarters will be accompanied by 1,500 square feet of private exterior space via the entire 40th floor of the under-construction high-rise, according to a release. The asking price is the equivalent of $2,688 per foot based on the interior space and $2,314 when the exterior space is added. Both likely are records for the local market, along with the asking price. For comparison, most downtown and Midtown condominiums typically sell for no more than $500 per foot and condo sale of more than $3 million are uncommon.
The future owner will live more than 540 feet above street level — which would be the tallest occupiable space in the state were the building standing today —and be provided with 360-degree views of Midtown, East Nashville, Broadway, Germantown, the Cumberland River and Nissan Stadium.
Development partners Congress Group of Chicago and AECOM Capital of Los Angeles commissioned Brodin Design Build, led by designer and artist Gavin Brodin, to create the space. The release notes the penthouse interior can be built to multiple specifications.
“The Grand Penthouse will be an incredible address in Nashville, offering the buyer a space that they can truly customize and design to their unique needs,” Brodin said in the release. “Every designer, assistant designer and architectural professional at Brodin Design Build was involved in creating an extraordinary and luxurious space.”
The residence will offer multiple master bedrooms, fire pits, a theater, metal and wood features, paneled-leathered walls, hidden doors, wine and champagne displays and a three-sided bar.
In addition to the main penthouse, the Four Seasons residential project will feature six half-floor penthouses on floors 37 through 39. Brodin Design Build is overseeing the design of those, too.
Marie-Laure Frère serves as sales director of Four Seasons Private Residences, with a model located in the neighboring 222 2nd building. In its first release in March 2020, the project pre-sold $80 million collectively in residences in one day, according to the release.
The Four Seasons Private Residences will be joined by a Four Seasons hotel.