Printers Alley Lofts have been the backdrop for television shows, bachelorette parties, family gatherings and even Steven Tyler’s birthday. The converted loft apartments are available as vacation rentals that promise a unique option for a place to stay in Music City. The 1890s era lofts feature one-of-a-kind design that everyone can appreciate. Each loft boasts exposed brick, high ceilings and hardwood floors. If you are lucky, the loft will offer views of Printers Alley.

Gallery Loft

Spanning 4,600 square feet, this loft sits at street level between Third Avenue and Printers Alley. Past the private patio, the doors open to a living area, complete with pool table and large tv. A long hallway leads to the loft’s five bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, additional seating area and second living space and kitchen. The Gallery Loft sleeps 10 to 12 guests and rents for $1,175 per night.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

A private patio sits on Third Avenue and leads to the loft. Inside, you will be greeted by a spacious living area.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

No design detail is overlooked in the lofts.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

An additional sitting area is tucked away in the hallway.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

Five bedrooms feature four queen size beds and one king size bed.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

The playful art adds personality.

We love the combination of textures and colors in the bathroom.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

Exposed brick and original hardwood floors are found in each of the units.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

With cushions fashioned from two twin mattresses this living area doubles as an extra bedroom.

Urban Loft

This fourth-floor loft overlooks Printers Alley and Third Avenue. Its 4,800 square feet feature four ensuite bedrooms, a powder bathroom, living room and upper lounge and kitchen with dining area. If this loft was good enough for Steven Tyler to spend his 69th birthday, it is good enough for us! The loft sleeps 8 to 12 guests and rents for $995-$1,725 per night.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

Creativity continues in the bedroom, where old doors act as a headboard.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

Open the curtains for unbeatable views, or close them and allow a purple glow to warm the space.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

It was unintentional that the shape happens to be nearly identical to the shape of Tennessee — what a happy accident!

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

Wallpaper with gold detailing and lacquer green chests give this room a welcomed air of elegance.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

Complete with two sitting areas and a piano, the main living space is ideal for entertaining.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

The living room opens to the kitchen and dining area.

City Loft Penthouse

Sleeping four to six guests, the City Loft Penthouse is one of the smaller lofts. The 1,200 square foot space boasts two bedrooms and one-and-a-half baths, plus an open living room and kitchen. The cozy corner unit overlooks Printers Alley. This unit rents for $425-$625 per night.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

Large windows bring light into the living room and kitchen, and they offer views of Printers Alley.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

The bedrooms are small, but there is plenty of room in the closets to store all of your stuff!

Grand Loft

The most notable feature of the Grand Loft is the large balcony that overlooks Printers Alley. French doors open to the balcony, which expands the living space. An elevator opens to the main living room and lounge that connects to the kitchen and dining area. At the back of the loft, you will find four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. The 4,872-square-foot loft sits on the third floor and sleeps 8 to 12 guests for $995-$1,725 per night.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

Open the doors and enjoy the large patio and views of Printers Alley.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

The design details in this loft stood out. Art, décor and furniture come together to add interest to the historic space.

You must see these Printers Alley Lofts!

A fireplace is an added bonus in this loft.

Thanks to four bedrooms (plus couches), this loft sleeps 8 to 12 guests.

Thanks to four bedrooms (plus couches), this loft sleeps 8 to 12 guests.

Thanks to four bedrooms (plus couches), this loft sleeps 8 to 12 guests.

Nothing makes a place feel like home more than a color-coded library.

Exposed brick speaks to the rich history of the building.

Exposed brick speaks to the rich history of the building.

Happy vacationing (or staycation-ing!). 

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