Nashville’s Newest Urban Village on Tech Hill
Experience the best of city living at Alloy, Nashville’s first modern, affordable urban community. Alloy, an 82-residence condo community, offers a range of studio flat, one-, and two- bedroom units. Situated on a rise, Alloy has unparalleled panoramic views of downtown Nashville.
Alloy offers comfortable, contemporary living in a convenient location, located in a private cul-de-sac on Herron Drive, south of downtown Nashville. In addition, Alloy’s amenities fit into your urbanite lifestyle. Its state-of-the-art community spaces inspire creativity, encourage get-togethers among friends, provide outlets for relaxation, and cultivate a strong sense of community among residents — all steps from your front door.
Convenience Is Key At Alloy
Conveniently located off Nolensville Pike in one of Nashville’s newest up-and-coming neighborhoods, Alloy will have easy access to all of Nashville’s major thoroughfares and neighborhoods. Commute to neighboring Wedgewood Houston in less than five minutes or to downtown Nashville in less than 15 minutes. At Alloy, you will have easy access to retail shopping, international markets, restaurants, hip coffee shops, and a myriad of modern amenities.
Greenways and Trails Out Your Front Door
In the coming years, several improvements have been slated for the Nolensville Corridor and the surrounding area. In addition, several new bikeways and pathways will be installed along Nashville’s trails and greenways. The proposed Browns Creek Greenway (BCG) concept would connect the downtown greenway system to several of the city’s most popular neighborhoods. Proposed northern sections of BCG begin adjacent to the existing Rolling Mill Hill Greenway, running east to Browns Creek before turning southwest through Chestnut Hill toward Alloy and the Tennessee State Fairgrounds.
Everything You Need in a Connected Community
• Exquisite Views of Downtown Nashville
• Outdoor Entertainment Venue
• On-site Retail
• Club Room
• Dog Run
Alloy Build Process
Alloy will be constructed using an innovative process called modular construction. Permanent modular construction offers what other construction methods cannot: accelerated project timelines, more economical pricing, and less disruption. Indistinguishable from other buildings, modular permanent housing can be constructed to any architectural specifications using traditional building materials such as wood, steel, and concrete.