Actual property titan Iconiq Capital has paid an undisclosed sum for SoBro mixed-use tower Sixth South, seemingly the San Francisco-based firm’s first buy in Nashville.
Relatedly, the 12-story constructing — positioned at 530 Sixth Ave. S. and with its residential models solely lately having been out there for lease — has been rebranded as Sentral SoBro. The constructing affords 296 flats, some ground-level retail area and structured parking.
The vendor was an LLC affiliated with Charleston, S.C.-based The Seaside Co., which developed the location with the tower.
The Davidson County Register of Deeds has but to report the transaction, and the Publish has been unable to find out the acquisition worth. Iconiq officers couldn’t be reached for remark.
Relatedly, Iconiq (stylized as “ICONIQ”) has landed a mortgage for $83 million from Morgan Hills Capital LLC, a Metro doc notes. In keeping with its web site, Iconiq has roughly $83.5 billion in belongings below administration.
Iconiq has enlisted Denver-based Sentral to supervise administration of the flats. Since launching in July 2021, and along with Nashville and Denver, the corporate has established a presence in Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami and Seattle. The corporate affords each furnished and non-furnished for-rent residential product, together with at Sentral SoBro (at which nightly, month-to-month, quarterly or multiple-year stays are provided).
For instance, the furnished models embody, and concentrating on residents who earn a living from home, consoles that may double as a desk or eating desk and nightstands with energy plugs and built-in safes.
Sentral SoBro affords a fourth ground pool and deck with an out of doors kitchen and grills. Different facilities embody a health heart, a yoga and biking studio, a clubroom lounge, and a canine washing and grooming space.
“With a lot of the nation now not tied to a particular location, cities that had been beforehand unattainable for a lot of are actually an possibility,” Jon Slavet, Sentral CEO, stated in a launch. “Nashville is in a novel place the place the town’s stock can’t match the calls for of the inflow of latest residents; with SoBro, we hope to assist steadiness the scales by bringing the most effective of versatile residing to the town.”
The Seaside Co. closed on the $5.65 million acquisition of the property in early 2015 and, on the time, had focused a groundbreaking by that calendar 12 months’s finish. Numerous elements stalled the beginning, which happened in early 2019.