Nashville’s Best Kept Secret…
Resting on the East Bank of the Cumberland River and adjacent to the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, The Lucius E. Burch III River Center at the Cumberland River Compact offers green amenities, a versatile event space, and an unparalleled view of Downtown Nashville and the Cumberland River. Only a 5-minute walk to Lower Broadway, The River Center has all the urban appeal without the parking hassle.
Conveniently located next to the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge in Downtown Nashville, the River Center at the Cumberland River Compact is the prime place to host your event. A short walk across the bridge from Lower Broadway and only a few minutes drive from all of Nashville’s most popular neighborhoods, we’re the ideal and most budget-conscious event space for those looking to host in style.
We offer a 25% discount for all non-profits
Weekday: $1,000 (Monday – Friday) | 10 hours | 8:00am-6:00pm
Evening: $1,500 (non-saturday), $2,500 (saturday) 12 hours | 11:00am-11:00pm every day
Additional time available for a fee*
50% deposit and contract secure a date
3% processing fee for all credit card payments
- 2,400 Sf Event Space
- In-house Audio/Visual
- High-def Projection
- BYO Alcohol
- Free Wifi
- Facility Manager
- Tables (37)
- Chairs (110)
- Onsite Ice / Trash
- Open Vendor Policy
- Capacity For 150 Seated
If event is cancelled more than 30 days before the event date, Cumberland River Compact will refund all payments made less a $500 cancellation fee. If Cumberland River Compact cancels your event for any reason other than for your contract non-performance, all payments made will be refunded. The total limit of Cumberland River Compact liability in the event of a cancellation by Cumberland River Compact is the amount of all payments made by you to Cumberland River Compact at the time of cancellation. Under no circumstances will Cumberland River Compact be liable for damages of any kind resulting from any event cancellation by Cumberland River Compact.
HISTORY OF THE BRIDGE BUILDING
The Nashville Bridge Company
The Bridge Building
The Nashville Bridge Company was organized in 1902 by Mr. Arthur J. Dyer. Through the years, the Company experienced a continuous and expanding development, with main operations of fabricating and erecting structural steel for buildings, bridges and towers. The Marine Department of the Nashville Bridge Company built barges and towboats. As early as WWI, they filled contracts for the United States Navy, building ships and barges. During World War II, there was increased production of combat vessels and barges for the Army and Navy. Vultee and Nashville Bridge Company accounted for 72% of the city’s war supply contracts.
The historic Nashville Bridge Company Building (NABRICO) was awarded LEED-Platinum Certification. LEED, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the foremost rating system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council for distinguishing buildings that excel in being designed, constructed, maintained and operated for improved environmental and human health performance.
The platinum rating makes the Nashville Bridge Building the world’s highest-rated building within the Core and Shell category and the first building in the state of Tennessee to receive a platinum rating.
The building renovations began in 2010 as part of the riverfront redevelopment initiative led by the offices of Mayor Karl Dean, Metro Development and Housing Agency (MDHA) and the Metro Parks Department. Key green features include: a geothermal heat pump mechanical system, LED lighting, solar water heating system, rainwater harvesting system and high-efficiency windows.
Prior to the Bridge Building earning its score, the structure with the highest LEED Core and Shell ranking was the Dockside Building in Victoria, British Columbia. There are 4,467 total structures within the LEED Core and Shell category. NABRICO is now regarded as one of the most sustainable buildings in the world as well as a key structure in Nashville’s expansive riverfront redevelopment plan to add green spaces, greenways, public gathering places, outdoor event venues and community health and wellness opportunities to the public.