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Sales have doubled at Horrell Company, despite downward trend in Nashville’s commercial real estate market. According to the Nashville Business Journal, a new report released by Chas. Hawkins Co. Inc./CORFAC International shows commercial real estate sales are down in the first quarter.  The report cites a 62 percent drop in sales activity compared to the […]

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We had a closing yesterday afternoon!  Precision Field Services, a Nashville-based mortgage field service provider, purchased the 15,000 Square foot industrial building at 801 5th Ave. South for $1,040,000.  The seller, Durrell Sports, LLC, is still operating and occupying a portion of this property.

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We, at Horrell Company, are eager to welcome a new addition to the Sidco Drive community! Nashville’s newest brewery, Black Abbey Brewing, will open this fall on Sidco Drive.  According to The Tennessean, Black Abbey Brewing will focus not only on beer, but also the surrounding community. “The thing I’m most excited about is the idea […]

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As Nashville’s new convention center reaches completion plans for the old site are underway Organizers of the National Museum of African-American Music have shifted focus from once planned facility near Jefferson Street and are now attempting to secure Nashville’s old convention center downtown. Museum executives are seeking Mayor Karl Dean’s help in securing the convention […]

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Why Butch Spyridon rejects ‘It city’ label for Nashville Nashville Business Journal interviews president of Nashville Convention Center.  Butch Spyridon, president of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp., loves the national media attention and travel rankings Nashville has been receiving in the past year. But don’t call Nashville the next “it” city, he said in […]

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“Mixed use” office space is becoming more common as businesses seek out spaces with shops, restaurants and apartments on the premises. According to the Nashville Business Journal several new office campuses are planned for Nashville that includes stores, restaurants, homes, park space and even an amphitheater. The latest plan will develop a mixed-use premesis on […]

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In the commercial real estate world, technology typically moves at a far slower pace than in residential real estate, however, according to a recent study by inMotion Real Estate, commercial real estate professionals are expected to double their incorporation of mobile tools into their business within the next few years. More than ever before people […]

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  A recent study predicts huge growth for downtown Nashville, especially in retail and office spaces. The new study commissioned by the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency projects demand for about 400,000 square feet of new office space and 500,000 square feet of retail space over the next several years.  The growing national trend favoring […]

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Nashville’s Olive and Sinclair Chocolate Company will relocate from its Riverside Village in East Nashville to a former grocery store at the corner of 17th Street and Fatherland. Owner Scoot Witherow told the Tennessean that the new space will allow for a better layout, larger factory and “an actual storefront with consistent hours and tours.” […]

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A great honor for one of our own at Horrell Company! In recognition of their impact, yesterday Belmont University announced the naming of its newest residence hall in honor of the Horrell family. The relationship between the Horrell family and Belmont began in 1963 when then President Herbert Gabhart requested advice and assistance from Henry […]

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