8 C1TY Blvd. Awarded ULI Nashville’s Building Healthy Places Award

Nashville, TN – oneC1TY is pleased to announce that oneC1TY Nashville’s 8 C1TY Blvd. has been honored with Urban Land Institute’s Excellence in Development Building Healthy Places award.

On Monday evening, over 600 Urban Land Institute Nashville members and their guests gathered downtown to attend the nonprofit organization, Urban Land Institute Excellence in Development awards gala. Each year, ULI Nashville honors local projects for excellence in the areas of land use, design, construction and economics along with collaboration among development team members.

“The projects recognized tonight represent the ways we are building our city and how that makes Nashville special and not ‘Anytown USA’,” Jimmy Granbery, chairman of ULI Nashville, said in a release. “We’re building for our creative folks, our growing diversity, for affordability, our livability and the health of our community.”

8 C1TY Blvd. is situated in the heart of the oneC1TY community. Through thoughtful tenant cultivation with interior design that celebrates “building for health”, 8 C1TY Blvd. strives to connect with the adjacent neighborhoods and engage the community.

8 C1TY Blvd. celebrated the honor with representatives from oneC1TY/Cambridge Healthcare Properties Inc., Cambridge Nashville Medical Center LP, Earl Swensson Associates Inc., JE Dunn Construction, Civil Site Design Group, Amegy Bank, RPM Transportation Consultants LLC, TTL Inc., Structural Affiliates International, Smith Seckman Reid Inc., SSRCx, Facility Diagnostics, Interface Engineering, 505 Design and Raimi + Associates.


Click here to watch ULI Nashville’s interview with oneC1TY’s Ryan Doyle.


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