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The Cumberland Penthouse #2100
Corner penthouse location with city views! Two stories of living with two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Soaring 18-foot ceilings along with floor-to-ceiling windows. Penthouse 2100 at 555 Church Street blends elegance and tradition with modern style. Elegantly designed, curved almond cream granite counter tops in the kitchen and hand-cut, designed wood flooring adds exceptional warmth and character!
Bridgestone Arena opened in December 1996 and has hosted more than 13 million guests. It is Nashville’s number one venue for large scale musical productions, as well as one of the nation’s most highly acclaimed entertainment and sports venues. Seating capacity is approximately 20,000 for concerts, 19,395 for basketball games, and 17,113 for Nashville Predators games.
Formerly known as the Nashville Arena, the building became Bridgestone Arena in 2010 after Bridgestone Americas Inc. entered into a multi year naming rights and marketing partnership with the Predators and Powers Management. Bridgetone Americas, Inc. (BSAM) is the U.S. subsidiary of Bridgestone Corporation, the world’s largest tire and rubber company.
Bridgestone Arena also hosts a variety of non-traditional functions for Davidson County, the city of Nashville, and local residents. Bridgestone Arena tower is home to the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, an XM Radio studio, and the Nashville Convention and Visitors Bereau, which hosts more than 500,000 tourists annually.
Bridgestone Arena features The Patron Platinumn Club, a 260 seat fine dining experience located on the building’s suite level, is open before and after games and concerts and hosts a number of banquets and receptions.
Film Screening Double Feature: Christmas the Cowboy Way & Keep Christmas with You
Date: Sunday, December 1, 2pm
Where: Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
What: Grammy award-winning group Riders in the Sky celebrate Christmas western style in the holiday special “Christmas the Cowboy Way.”
Go behind the scenes of Kenny Rogers 1992 Christmas show in Branson Missouri in “Keep Christmas with You.” The Country Music Hall of Fame member performs the classic carols “Silent Night,” “The First Noel,” and “O, Holy Night.”
ARTini: American Chronicles the Art of Normal Rockwell
Date: Friday, December 6, 7pm
Where: The Frist Center
What: Join Megan Robertson associate curator of interpretation at the Frist Center as she examines Norman Rockwell’s working process and his ability to convey a narrative in a single image.