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The Icon in the Gulch



L.A. Jacksons Rooftop Bar

The premier rooftop bar in The Gulch with sweeping views Northeast towards the city. At night, this is a great space to relax under the stars and watch the city move beneath you. Diverse and well made menu and cocktail list.


Saint Anejo

If you are looking for phenomenal Mexican cuisine, and mixology with over 120+ tequila and mezcal options. Incredible ambiance and has options for patio seating as well. Saint Anejo's cocktail list features a wide range of flavor profiles and I'm willing to bet you will be back! 

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TruMav Fitness

Led by highly trained and motivated instructors, TruMav, a boot camp style experience is a great place to not only get your sweat on, but also build a community with some of the most influential people in the area. 



After being voted best place to live downtown by NashvilleScene in their 2010 reader’s poll, ICON and the surrounding area in the Gulch has only improved. The main initiative led by Jay Turner (MarketStreet Enterprises) and Charles Carlisle (Bristol Development Group), was to build out the Gulch neighborhood with urban designs that remembered its past but also reached into the future.

The roughly 60 acres making up The Gulch historically back to the 1980’s was a railroad and train depot area, with very few residents or other business. Today it has incorporated a few old themes, reusing much of the old steel all while catering to the environmentally conscious buyer of the now and future.

Today it boasts an incredibly fashionable, hip urban neighborhood with safe, easy to walk streets. Locally owned businesses dot the streets, including some favorites like Saint Anejo, Pins Mechanical Company, and the rooftop bar at LA Jacksons.

Once inside, you are greeted by a 24-hour concierge, and can step into the high-speed elevators to get to your room, or to the massive amenity deck. On the deck you will have access to the community grill, massive courtyard pool, fire pit, outdoor dining, and gym. The Icon on this level features an indoor/ outdoor courthouse with doors that roll up in nice weather. 

The condo units themselves (unless upgraded) feature floor to ceiling glass windows, quartz countertops, and polished concrete floors and partially unfinished concrete ceilings. Quirky is a word to use, but for the typical 20 to 40-year-old buyer at the ICON, it feels a lot like home.


Open Floorplans

Stained Exposed Concrete

Stainless Steel Appliances

Two Swimming Pools

Fitness Center

24-Hour Concierge 

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