The Neuhoff Slaughterhouse once sat on the outskirts of a booming Nashville, smack dab in the middle of the now upscale Germantown neighborhood. It was built in 1906 and closed in 1977, leaving a shattered group of buildings totaling over 700,000 square feet on the north side of the city. There have been multiple plans for reworking the place into condos or work space, but the city has yet to see them come to fruition. What, with its location right on the Cumberland? It would make a beautiful spot.

Until then, take a look at the plant as it looks now – eerily beautiful, full of untold stories.

What a beautiful spot, what a strange place.

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