Despite Weather, COVID-19 & Massive Shutdowns, Business Continues to Boom in Nashville

Commercial window & door replacement company, Window City, contributes to Nashville’s growing industrial demand.

Nashville, TN — Despite being in the midst of a worldwide pandemic, business shutdowns and constant weather obstacles including deadly tornados and flash floods, Tennessee is still the number one state to which people are relocating. According to a recent U-Haul report, more people moved to Tennessee in 2020 than any other U.S. state.

Based out of Nashville, Tennessee, commercial window and door replacement company, Window City, is working to keep up with rising construction demands emanating from the constant flow of new Tennessee dwellers.
Among the variety of projects taking place, Window City is pleased to announce their involvement in the $7.9 million apartment development, Alta Union, located in west Nashville on Centennial Boulevard.

Window City is working with Atlanta-based developer, Wood Partners, to complete a turnkey process
throughout the 283-unit, four-building development. The buildings will offer 7,500 square feet of interior
amenities, a 6,500 square foot pool courtyard and 1,600 square feet of rooftop terraces overlooking Centennial.

The construction schedule at Alta Union is set to be complete by summer 2021. This development will
generate more jobs, expand a growing community and bring new business to the west side of Nashville.
President, Michael Mastroberti, stated,

We are extremely honored to assist in Nashville’s mission to renovate & restore its west side of town. I am
pleased with how swiftly our installation crew is working and look forward to seeing Alta Union upon
completion. The booming demand for new developments and adaptive restoration amidst the pandemic offers a
sense of hope to normalcy after a year of small businesses struggling to survive.

Nashville is expected only to continue to grow. According to a report published by the state of Tennessee, future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 48.3%, which is higher than the US average of 33.5%.
Window City is proud to be a part of the development occurring within the great state of Tennessee and looks forward to meeting continuously the demands of each and every new project.

Window City has been specializing in custom window replacement projects & new construction supply &
installation for over 35 years. Their nationwide platform and strong working relationships within Tennessee allows them to meet and exceed special requirements for each and every project throughout the state.

To learn more about Window City check out their website at

Window City is an industry leading, full service window supplier & contractor specializing in commercial window replacement. Window City supplies and installs numerous reputable and financially stable fenestration
manufacturers, providing turnkey replacement solutions nationwide. Fully licensed, bonded and insured,
Window City’s job portfolio of more than one million windows and doors installed is the result of a tireless commitment to quality service and installation.

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