A University of Pennsylvania graduate, Caroline Rigsby has lived in Atlanta, London, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Boston, where she worked in investment banking and real estate development before returning to her hometown in 2005 to work with noted developer and visionary Tony Giarratana, pioneer of Nashville’s urban residential scene.
While working with Tony, Caroline sold the original thirty-three Cumberland Penthouses in downtown Nashville’s first new residential building built in a half century. She served as both construction manager and head-of-sales for the sixty-five luxury condominiums at Belle Meade Court.
As a friend of Shirley Zeitlin, another Nashville visionary, Caroline was invited to join Zeitlin Realtors in 2011. While she has sold an incredible range of property—investor condos to million dollar historic homes and cabins in Leiper’s Fork—Caroline specializes in urban luxury and Nashville’s walkable neighborhoods.
Caroline is an outdoor enthusiast and photographer. Her photos have been displayed at West Elm, The Red Bicycle Coffee & Crepes, and Music City Lofts.
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