In 2019, New City Properties acquired the 14-acre Neuhoff site in Nashville, TN. The distinctive Neuhoff site is located on the west bank of the Cumberland River in the eastern section of Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood. The property was constructed in the early 1920’s as a meat-packing facility and later served as mixed-use space, housing the Nashville Jazz Workshop and the Nashville Cultural Arts Project, among others.
New City has partnered with world-class architects to reinvent the site as a mixed-use waterfront development with city-defining architecture as a key feature. New York-based S9 Architects is the project’s design architect and master planner, Smith Gee is adaptive reuse component’s architect of record, and HKS Architects serve as the site’s architect of record.