commercial space

March 2019 Listing Availability At The Cauble Group

March 2019 Listing Availability At The Cauble Group

The Cauble Group is growing exponentially, which means so are the number of listings we have for lease or sale.

Once a month we will be posting our listings, compiled into a blog post such as this one, for you to quickly see without having to scroll through the whole website.

East Nashville Commercial Real Estate for Sale: The Edison

East Nashville Commercial Real Estate for Sale: The Edison

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.

New vs. Second-Generation Space in Nashville

New vs. Second-Generation Space in Nashville

I get that questions all the time when we first start working on behalf of a client.

And this applies equally to all aspects of Nashville commercial real estate - office, retail, industrial, etc.

Nashville Retail Market Update Q1 2018

Nashville Retail Market Update Q1 2018

Nationally, we’re experiencing strong consumption, despite sluggish income growth. After all, it’s much easier to consume products nowadays thanks to Amazon and online retail.

Nashville Industrial Market Update Q1 2018

Nashville Industrial Market Update Q1 2018

Nationally, industrial property, and particularly distribution warehousing, is in high demand. As more retailers shift to serve online shoppers, same day / next day delivery is paramount. That means retailers are adding more distribution warehousing in strategic hubs.

Nashville Multifamily Market Update Q1 2018

Nashville Multifamily Market Update Q1 2018

Nashville saw a slight decrease in vacancy rates in 2017 – 2016 was a peak year of delivery for Nashville multifamily.

Open Floor Plan vs. Private Offices: What These Nashville Entrepreneurs Had to Say

Open Floor Plan vs. Private Offices: What These Nashville Entrepreneurs Had to Say

The Great Recession had a massive impact on how we think about office space.Businesses cut back on unnecessary expenses from lavish dinners to locations. By lowering the square footage per employee, businesses also realized unexpected benefits. But is the open floor plan really as amazing as it’s made out to be?

Will This Emerging Trend Benefit Nashville Entrepreneurs?

Business owners these days don’t care to have an oversized corner office sheltered from their team.They want to be in the trenches, working side-by-side with employees. And the open floorplan is no longer the solution.

Why the Most Successful Dentists Have Abandoned Traditional Offices

No, I don’t mean the design, décor, or even the technology.What’s making its way out of the dental industry? The traditional locations for dental offices, which are often tucked away in an office park or hidden away inside a large office building. In recent years, especially since the downturn, dentists have decided to bury the office; not let the office bury them. But where are they moving?