Printers Alley Lofts: Nashville’s Neatest Vacation Rentals
Style Blueprint, Alex Hendrickson
Printers Alley Lofts have been the backdrop for television shows, bachelorette parties, family gatherings and even Steven Tyler’s birthday. The converted loft apartments are available as vacation rentals that promise a unique option for a place to stay in Music City. The 1890’s era lofts feature one-of-a-kind design that everyone can appreciate. Each loft boasts exposed brick, high ceilings and hardwood floors. If you are lucky, the loft will offer views of Printers Alley.
Open the curtains for unbeatable views, or close them and allow a purple glow to warm the space.
Gallery Loft – Spanning 4,600 square feet, this loft sits at street level between Third Avenue and Printers Alley. Past the private patio, the doors open to a living area, complete with pool table and large tv. A long hallway leads to the loft’s five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, additional seating area and second living space and kitchen. The Gallery Loft sleeps 10 to 12 guests and rents for $1,175 per night.