Building Tours

Tour Behind the Scenes of Some of Nashville's Most Remarkable Buildings

Advance Sign-Up Required. Space is limited. Sign up is on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is no additional cost to participate in the building tours, however, conference registration is required. You may sign-up when you register for the conference or by adding tours to your existing registration. Tour will depart from the BOMA Registration Desk, Level 2 Lobby.

One Tour, Two Buildings: Pinnacle Building and Trolley Barns*
Monday, 2:30 - 4:30 pm

Pinnacle Building

The Pinnacle at Symphony Place is a 29-story office and retail skyscraper located in Nashville's SoBro (South of Broadway) district. Located adjacent to the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, the building officially opened on February 10, 2010 and includes 520,000 square feet of Class A office space and 23,000 square feet of retail space.

The Pinnacle is home to Nashville-based Pinnacle Financial Partners, as well as several law firms. It is the first office tower in downtown Nashville to gain Gold LEED Certification due to its energy-efficient design. The building features a one-acre green roof terrace garden over the parking garage and other environmentally friendly amenities.

Trolley Barns

Following the tour of the Pinnacle Building, attendees will make a short walk to the Trolley Barns, a historic site originally home to some of Nashville’s earliest mills. In the 1940s the Trolley Barns became a bastion of Nashville’s urban power structure and were used by city government until being put out to bid for alternative use in 2008.  Renovation began in 2009 with historic tax credits used to finance the redevelopment.  

This means all renovation had to meet the Historic Preservation standards set by and approved by the US Department of the Interior/ National Park Service.  The buildings show original roof and structure design with a bowed roof line (no equipment is placed on the roof).  The six buildings (from 8,800 sf to 20,000 sf in size) have tenants ranging from non-profit services, technology companies, architecture firms, restaurants, and government offices.  It was fully leased before occupancy of the first building.  


*This is a walking tour.  Registered participants must gather at the BOMA Registration Desk, Level 2 Lobby by 2:30 pm to depart for the tour.


Go behind the scenes of Music City Center

Music City Center

Tuesday, 2:30 - 5:00 pm

Music City Center, Nashville’s 2.1 million square foot convention center, opened in 2013 and is LEED Gold certified for New Construction. With key features such as a four-acre green roof, a 360,000 gallon rainwater collector, and an array of 845 solar panels, MCC is a showcase example of sustainable design. Go behind the scenes to learn about the solutions MCC has implemented to reduce their environmental impact while maintaining the high-performance of one of the most high-profile buildings in Nashville.


*This is a walking tour.  Registered participants must gather at the BOMA Registration Desk, Level 2 Lobby by 2:30 pm to depart for the tour.