About the Site
Greenline Partners’ latest East Nashville commercial project has been delivered in 37206.
The Edison, named for the American inventor, is located on one of the east side’s busiest thoroughfares: East Trinity Lane.
The site, which was formerly home to a church, neighbors the Checkers just off the Gallatin Pike intersection.
Ideally situated along easily navigated corridors, The Edison is only 2 miles to Five Points and 4 miles from downtown Nashville.
If you’re looking to invest in East Nashville commercial real estate, then it doesn’t get much better than this.
About the Building
The building, which is mostly brick, rises four-stories - enough for a view of the Nashville skyline.
This mixed-use project offers both commercial (office, retail) on the ground floor with for-sale residential condos above.
Large sidewalks in the front of the property add to the walkability of the Trinity Lane corridor.
This development truly epitomizes live, work, play.
About East Trinity
Trinity Lane is a hotbed for East Nashville commercial real estate.
Development is happening all along the corridor - from Gallatin across Ellington Parkway to Dickerson.
Upcoming developments include The Edison (mixed-use), The Vibe (townhomes), and Core Development’s 11.3 acre residential project.
The corridor’s connectivity to major arteries in and out of Nashville make it highly desirable for investors, especially as traffic continues to rise.
Up to 5,000 square feet of commercial condo is available on the ground floor of The Edison.
The space, which may be demised, has 14’ ceilings and abundant natural light from the tall windows.
Surface parking is provided in the rear of the building - access to over 50 spots.
Signage is available on the facade of the building, which fronts the highly trafficked East Trinity Lane.
East Nashville Investment
It’s no secret that East Nashville commercial real estate is on the rise.
Many new developments, from The Cleo to WeWork, have proven the viability of projects on the east side.
It would be a wise decision to invest sooner than later.
After all, as I’ve said again and again - Gallatin Pike has all the potential to be a cooler, more eclectic West End.