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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 a […]

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Nashville take’s its turn in the spotlight” as the nation’s next “it” city says New York Times article published yesterday, following in the footsteps of Austin, Las Vegas and Portland. “Portland knows the feeling. Austin had it once, too. So did Dallas. Even Las Vegas enjoyed a brief moment as the nation’s ‘it’ city. Now, […]

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In terms of online marketing the commercial real estate industry has typically  lagged behind the residential real estate business.  This is no longer the case, acccording to New York Time’s.  Commercial brokers and developers are changing their ad campaign strategy to reflect current trends. New York’s Office Builders Raise Their Online Voices In terms of […]

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Conde Nast Traveler magazine’s The Daily Traveler blog, named Nashville as one of the five best cities to visit in 2013. What makes Nashville so appealing?  According to Conde Nast: “The new Nashville offers two things worth traveling for: a hot, trendy new food scene and its famous, funky music scene. The ‘haute southern’ cuisine […]

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Nashville’s City Paper outlined the top commercial and residential real estate activity over 2012.  Read the full article here.  Or see below for commercial real estate news of 2012. “On the commercial real estate front, the top news involved Alex S. Palmer & Co.’s announcement that HCA entities Parallon and Sarah Cannon Research Institute have […]

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  Iconic guitar shop, Gruhn Guitars, will soon relocate from their longtime home on lower Broadway to the up-and-coming Eighth Ave South neighborhood.  Owner, George Gruhn, has sold guitars from his shop at 400 Broadway for 42 years.  According the Nashville Business Journal, Gruhn sold the property to Ruble and Brenda Sanderson for $4.8 million […]

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Real Estate Investors Scramble to Close Deals Before 2013 The countdown to the new year, a typically busy time for those of us in commercial real estate, has taken on a new urgency.  Read the full Nashville Business Journal article here. 

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In a growing trend toward an open-plan workplace, many companies are dramatically reducing the amount of space allotted to individual workers.  Companies are knocking down walls, dismantling cubicles to create a free-flowing layout to encourage collaboration.    USA Today article from earlier this year attributes this trend to the millennial generation entering the workforce.  “Technology, the […]

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  A study released by the Wall Street Journal reveals that people who are the most productive are also the happiest at work.  According to the study employees who are happiest at work are: Twice as productive Stay at their jobs five times longer Are six times more energized Take 10 times less sick leave […]

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