ABOUT

ABOUT

THE QUARTER

Located in the heart of downtown Nashville's Second Avenue Historic District, The Quarter is the city's newest event space.

With exposed brick and hardwood floors, the newly renovated space exudes historic charm while offering modern amenities. Tall, arched windows overlooking the Cumberland River offer a scenic view, and the downtown location offers an urban vibe.

CUSTOM EVENTS

The Quarter offers services from Infinity Events & Catering, a full-service, event planning and design company that provides catering services for their six venues: The Quarter, OZ Arts Nashville, The Bridge Building Event Spaces, The Bell Tower, The Harding House, and 12th & Porter.

Led by owner and certified executive chef, Tabor Luckey, Infinity Events & Catering will create a custom menu for your special occasion at The Quarter.  Your event specialist will work hand-in-hand with our culinary team to provide you with one of the best dining experiences in Nashville.

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CUSTOM EVENTS

The Quarter offers services from Infinity Events & Catering, a full-service, event planning and design company that provides catering services for their six venues: The Quarter, OZ Arts Nashville, The Bridge Building Event Spaces, The Bell Tower, The Harding House, and 12th & Porter.

Led by owner and certified executive chef, Tabor Luckey, Infinity Events & Catering will create a custom menu for your special occasion at The Quarter.  Your event specialist will work hand-in-hand with our culinary team to provide you with one of the best dining experiences in Nashville.

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HISTORY

Constructed in 1879, the building at 126 2nd Avenue North is on the National Register of Historic Places and originally served as a warehouse and store for T.M. DeMoss & Sons Hardware and Machinery Wholesalers. The original building had a hydraulic elevator, a water-powered elevator which would rise as a drum filled with water and lower as it drained.

In 2007 the building was purchased by Rodney French and the first floor soon became home to French’s Shoes and Boots.