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The Pinnacle at Symphony Place is off the market! Almost every square foot of the most expensive office building in Nashville is leased. It costs $34 per square foot to lease Pinnacle’s top-grade Class A office space. But don’t worry if your company is looking for comparable office space then there will soon be two […]

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The music industry is more than a little shook up by the fear that Music Row will no longer be home to the dozens of independent music-related businesses in Nashville. This neighborhood is home to some of the country’s oldest working recording studios and the thought of condos, housing and mixed-use developments replacing these iconic […]

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Have you noticed more construction around Music City than ever? Well it’s only just beginning… Nashville has officially broken the previous record set back during the 2006-2007 fiscal year, which was $1.83 billion, for the total value of all building permits issued. The new record is a two percent, 40 million dollar increase. The value […]

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John Norwood made the hit of his lifetime at last night’s deciding game of the College World Series in Omaha with his tie-breaking homer in the eighth inning. The Commodores ended Wednesday night’s game defeating Virginia 3-2 in the national championship series. This marks Vandy’s first men’s national title and, overall, second national title in […]

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It has been a busy week for Ben McKnight and Mike Russell in our office. Since Monday four spaces have been taken off the market! To kick off the week on Monday 5028 Harding Place leased to Communications Test Design Inc., this business conducts freight handling and warehouse distribution. On Wednesday suite A at 409 […]

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An industrial property located in the central business district at 337 Hill Ave sold last Friday, May 30 for $695,000. The 7,600 square foot building is located on a .54 acre lot and was previously purchased in 2005 for $295,850. The buyer was Adam Ingram, who was represented by Chas Hawkins Co., Inc., and the […]

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Horrell Company’s Principal Broker, Steve Horrell, recently leased an industrial building to a Swedish company, MuoviTech, who plans to open its U.S. headquarters here in Nashville. MuoviTech leased nearly 66,000 square feet of industrial space at 1111 Foster Ave and plan to use the space as a sales showroom and its first manufacturing operation facility […]

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Walton Development and Management of Rosewell, Georgia are the new owners of Carothers Crossing Development east of Nolensville. The developers paid $4.6 million for three parcels totaling 388 acres and currently have a connecting fourth parcel under contract. The sellers of the three parcels were Capital Bank, Pinnacle Bank and Cadence Bank, which all foreclosed […]

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                                                                            As of this week Larry Connor, co-founder and managing partner of The Connor Group, holds the per-unit record in Nashville for purchasing Elliston […]

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The new stadium for the Nashville Sounds in Sulphur Dell has officially been given a name, First Tennessee Park. Yesterday, the Nashville Business Journal reported that Mayor Karl Dean called the naming rights sponsorship a “vital next step to the success of the project,” and said “Nashville is already starting to realize the economic development […]

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