One Hundred Oaks, which opened in 1968, was Nashville's first indoor mall. 100 Oaks has had several cycles of decline and rebirth. The retail space on the bottom level remains while more than half of 100 Oaks Mall is transformed by Vanderbilt Medical Center into 20 medical clinics, doctors' offices and business offices. This expanded the Medical Center's size by almost 440,000 square feet.
Ten sections of the mall needed new roofs or repairs. Seven roofs required a partial tear-off and roof over with the Carlisle Sure-Weld system. Repairs were made on the other roof areas, which involved removal of the old roof in the damaged sections and replacement with compatible materials.