Nashville is in a crisis. There have been numerous reports and studies to find that Nashville is an affordable housing disaster, but few have started talking about Nashville’s Office Affordability Crisis. Rarely will you hear about it, but obvious to small business owners in the market to buy or lease office space.
162 4th Avenue North sits on the ground floor of The Ambrose Building adjacent to Chile Burrito and Cafe Le Crumbs with The Music City Lofts above. Originally constructed in 1890, the property underwent conversion renovations to lofts in 2005. The building exits to historic Printer’s Alley in the rear.
1301 Dickerson Pike sits on the corner of Douglas and Dickerson and its renovation has helped spark a new nerve center on the corridor. Originally constructed in 1975, the current owner renovated the building in 2015, adding an exterior mural and a modern industrial interior. Situated next door to an East Nashville favorite, Retrograde Coffee.
Originally constructed in 1968 as a single-family home, the property has seen several additions and renovations, which added on a garage / showroom in the front and warehousing towards the rear. Most recently home to Bongo Java’s roasting facility, this building is the epitome of East Nashville creative space.