The Tennessee Tower — the modernist skyscraper that anchors downtown’s Nashville’s western fringe and looms over the city’s fast-changing Midtown — is slated to see its third-floor food court area updated.
DWC Construction Co. Inc. will oversee the upgrades, with the permit valued at $90,000.
The building (also known as the William R. Snodgrass Tennessee Tower) has undergone various upgrades during the past few years. In January 2013, about $5.6 million worth of construction permits were issued for renovations, including the removal and replacement of interior finishes, the remodeling of elevator lobbies and public restrooms, and the updating of mechanical and electrical systems. D.F. Chase Inc. handled that work.
At 452 feet tall and bathed in a travertine skin, the Tennessee Tower is Nashville’s third tallest building.
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