The Pinnacle entrance plaza leads to the Schermerhorn Symphony Center and the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge. |Photography: Bill LaFevor The Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge takes pedestrians from the east bank to The Pinnacle. |Photography: Bill LaFevor The Pinnacle, viewed from the east bank of the Cumberland River. |Kyle Dreier Photography The Pinnacle, looking north to the Downtown Nashville skyline. | Photography: Bill LaFevor Durable Portuguese limestone on the base of the structure gives way to the glass and concrete structure rising upward. |Kyle Dreier Photography Renowned architect Pickard Chilton worked with Nashville-based EOA Architects to design the award-winning building. |Kyle Dreier Photography The angled glass crown of the skyscraper creates dramatic interior spaces on the upper floors. |Kyle Dreier Photography The Pinnacle's green roof sits atop the parking garage and offers stunning views of the river and downtown Nashville. |Photography: Bill LaFevor The one-acre green roof terrace garden offers a unique and sustainable feature to The Pinnacle's tenants, customers and guests. A variety of gathering areas are positioned throughout the terrace garden. |Photography: Bill LaFevor The white concrete surfaces are reflective to reduce the heat island effect. |Photography: Bill LaFevor Irrigation water demand is reduced 50%+ through a combination of native and adaptive plants and a high efficiency irrigation system. Ample seating areas and Wi-Fi encourage employees to enjoy lunch and fresh-air breaks on the terrace. |Photography: Bass,Berry & Sims /ASD. The 3rd Avenue entrance plaza faces the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. |Kyle Dreier Photography The Pinnacle enriches Nashville's skyline and offers tenants stunning, 360-degree views of the city and surrounding hills. |Kyle Dreier Photography Nashville nightlife is just steps away with world-class music, theater, museums, and Music City's famous honky tonks. |Kyle Dreier Photography
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