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The Next Era

The Tennessee Titans will have a new, enclosed stadium in Nashville nestled along the East Bank of the Cumberland River. The new stadium will host Titans games, TSU football games, and community activities, while also attracting the world's largest and most prestigious events such as Super Bowls and Final Four tournaments. It will encompass 1.8 million sf with a capacity of approximately 60,000. The project will also include a 12,000 sf community space to host classes for local schools, job trainings, and other community-minded events.

Rendering of a crowded concert at New Nissan Stadium

Inspiration

The stadium architecture is inspired by the city of Nashville and is complementary to the broader East Bank development plan led by the City of Nashville. The design gives attention to multi-purpose function in order to maximize the number and types of events that will take place in the building. The new stadium design will maximize sustainability to minimize waste, net energy and net water status while pursuing U.S. Green Building Council LEED Gold certification.

Community

CAA ICON is proud to team with Don Hardin Group, a local business with in-market development expertise. Local and diverse business participation and minority contracting is a key priority for the entire project team, with commitments to meet and exceed participation goals set by the Nashville Business Assistance Office.

Rendering of people hanging out on the lawn outside of New Nissan Stadium
Rendering of the exterior of New Nissan Stadium at night

Team Effort

CAA ICON’s Strategic Advisory Group was critical to early stadium decision making through a market and financial feasibility study. This work provided the team with market-specific data that was used to help define the stadium program and pricing associated with premium products and other revenue generating spaces.