onecitynashville

Ryan C. Doyle

General Manager
ryan@oneC1TYnashville.com
855.313.0542

 

Chase Davidson

Leasing Inquiries
chase@oneC1TYnashville.com
706.424.1654

 

Keith Gregg

Science & Technology Advisor
keith@oneC1TYnashville.com
615.312.8233

 

 

 

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oneC1TY is a vibrant urban community under construction in Nashville,  Tennessee that will serve as a center of commercial, residential, research and  retail activity catering to the healthcare,   life sciences and technology sectors of   the global economy.

Surrounded by accretive thought with access to nationally recognized teaching hospitals, medical schools and    healthcare institutions, and synergistic proximity to the center of Nashville’s urban core; oneC1TY is the natural hub for celebrated advancements in the areas of health and longevity.

oneC1TY’s sustainable design features abundant green space and a community lawn and encourages walking, biking and enjoyment of the outdoors, music and art.

The retail plan includes inventive farm-to-table dining and an exceptional pedestrian shopping experience that will unite C1TY residents, workers and visitors in shared appreciation of a healthy and mindful way of life, made easy.
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“This project will directly improve the physical landscape, but the work that oneC1TY is doing on healthy living initiatives can have, and I believe will have, an even greater impact on this community.

“I often say Nashville’s best days are still ahead of us…as we think forward to the hundreds of bright minds who will work and live here and the five acres of new green space, it’s easy to see why.”
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  • oneC1TY Groundbreaking

  • C1TYblox features food, fitness and event spaces

    Cambridge Holdings Inc. announced today its OneC1TY health care and technology-focused mixed-use project under construction on Nashville’s west side will feature retail spaces made of repurposed shipping containers — which is the first of its kind in the city.
     
    To be called C1TYblox, the collection of 21 repurposed shipping containers will be assembled and arranged to create a mini retail district spotlighting food, fitness and event spaces…

     

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  • oneC1TY project begins

    Officials broke ground Thursday on the oneC1TY project, a technology innovation campus catering to the health care, life sciences and health related technology sectors.

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