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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Nashville Arcade

Nashville Arcade

The Arcade in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, is a covered shopping arcade built in 1902 and modeled after an arcade in Italy. Developed by David C. Buntin and designed by the Edgefield and Nashville Manufacturing Company, the Arcade opened as Nashville's first shopping center, replacing the former Overton Alley. Located between Fourth and Fifth avenues, the entrances consist of identical Palladian facades. The most famous tenant is probably The Peanut Shop.

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