The Gateway Village was designed to create a destination for people to live, work, and shop. With retail, restaurants, office, and residential uses it will become a destination location. The development has been designed with a streetscape to promote pedestrians circulation and more specifically with outdoor shopping comforts in mind.
All irrigation will use reclaimed water. Also unique to LEED-certified buildings is that all toilets will operate with this water that is supplied by the city of Murfreesboro, thus saving our potable water resources.
A first for Murfreesboro and a part of LEED (Leadership in Energy Environment Design), The Gateway Villages provides bathing facilities for runners and cyclists who work on-site and run or bicycle to work.
The Gateway Village has been designed with the highest level energy efficiency and durability in mind. By exceeding minimum established energy saving criteria of the U. S. Green Building Council’s LEED Core & Shell program,