The North Gulch Gateway in Nashville is a ten acre redevelopment site currently occupied by a Gannett printing and distribution plant. The Gulch is the western approach to downtown Nashville from Interstate 40 but is depressed two stories from the street level of downtown, being the abandoned former right of way for eight rail lines. Redevelopment presented a challenge with the main arterials from the interstate, Broadway and Chruch street being raised twenty feet above the older street grid. This presented an opportunity for a two level boulevard, each lined with retail, residential, office, entertainment and hospitality venues, with parking sandwiched in between. A large atrium containing escalators and elevators connects the two streets where they overlap, and adjoining a new pocket park.