The Bennie Dillon building, located at the corner of 7th Avenue and Church Street is an historic landmark. Built in 1927 by George Bennie and William Dillon of Nashville, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The architectural firm of Asmus and Clark designed the building with “Italian Renaissance Revival” based upon the building’s Gothic arching at the roofline and floriated series of corbel tables.
The Bennie Dillon building was developed to provide working space for doctors, lawyers, and financial companies, in the downtown Nashville central business district. It was renovated into residential dwellings in 1999 and converted in condominiums in 2005. The lobby and amenities are in the splendor of marble surroundings, with meeting rooms and a state-of-the-art 24-hour fitness center. At each elevator lobby you’ll find edgy design details such as wall-size art or eclectic downtown Nashville art.
Bennie Dillon dwellings offer a loft-like vibe with terrazzo floors at the entry, then continues with hardwood floors that platform the living with brick walls and operable windows.
Bennie Dillon kitchens are galley kitchens with KraftMaid cabinetry and ambient lighting for maximum efficiency and enhanced space. Countertops are Uba Tuba granite -rare materials that combine strength and durability with exquisite beauty. Also included are subway tile backsplash and Quality Whirlpool stainless steel appliances.
In Bennie Dillon baths you will find preserved terrazzo floors, white pedestal sinks, and some offer peek a boo door showers.
What We Like
- A Boutique Art Dec Icon
- Just a hop, skip and a jump to Morton’s Steakhouse
What to Know
- Preserved original terrazzo floors.
- Adjacent building parking included in purchase price.
- Same-floor storage units available for sale (from time to time).
In the Area
The Bennie Dillon Building is conveniently located to all the exciting activities and sights the city has to offer. From Seventh Avenue, set out into the downtown Nashville neighborhood to discover the iconic Buildings The Tennessee Tower, War Memorial Building and The Hermitage Hotel, a Beaux-Arts style architecture that blends old world classical Italian and French Renaissance features. Inside is The Capitol Grille a Forbes Four Star and AAA Four Diamond-rated restaurant, then Adjacent, you have the Oak Bar a lively and chic places to hang. You’re also well-located for visual art with the 24,000-square-foot Frist Center for the Visual Arts just down the street.
- Original terrazzo floors
- Operable windows
- sliding barn doors
- exposed-brick walls
- uba-tuba granite countertops
- subway tile backsplash
- exposed ductwork and brick
- Amenities in the splendor of marble surroundings
- There’s a historic lobby
- Conference Room with Full Kitchen
- Reserved parking and visitor
- State-of-the-art fitness center on 24-hours
- Plan A1 / One Bedroom Original Loft / 600 square feet
- Plan A2 / One Bedroom Original Loft / 752 square feet
- Plan A3-1A / One Bedroom Original Loft / 786 square feet
- Plan A3-1B / One Bedroom Original Loft / 786 square feet
- Plan A3-2 / One Bedroom Original Loft / 819 square feet
- Plan A4 / One Bedroom Original Loft / 596 square feet
- Plan B1 / One Bedroom Original Loft / 778 square feet
- Plan E2 / One Bedroom Original Loft / 744 square feet
- Plan C1 / Two Bedroom Original Loft / 1198 square feet
- Plan C2-1 / Two Bedroom Original Loft / 941 square feet
- Plan C2-2 / Two Bedroom Original Loft / 940 square feet
- Plan C3 / Two Bedroom Original Loft / 1067 square feet – main floor / 298 square feet – loft
- Plan C4 / Two Bedroom Original Loft / 834 square feet
- Plan C5 / Two Bedroom Original Loft / 903 square feet