The changing face of how we work has created new options for where we work - Nashville coworking.
Coworking spaces are working environments shared by people employed by different organizations.
AlphaGraphics Music City, a leading Nashville based printing, sign, design, and direct mail company announced that they will be moving their headquarters and production facility to 858 Dickerson Pike, Nashville, TN 37207 from their current location at 921 Main Street. Both locations are in East Nashville. The move is expected to be completed before this year’s end.
Retailers are learning that when you couple in-store and online purchases together, they are seeing a higher total sales volume. A study done by the International Council of Shopping Centers discovered a synergistic relationship between online and in-store shopping, and retailers and malls are adjusting their methods of attracting customers into their stores.
Leasing office space in Nashville is expensive. From established small business owners to young start ups, businesses that have outgrown their kitchen tables often feel they are left with little options.
Many small Nashville businesses have taken advantage of the widespread popularity in coworking spaces. Similar to coworking spaces, executive offices are a collection of offices that can be individually leased. The main benefits of executive offices are affordability, privacy, and flexibility.
Alleviant Health Center provides a safe and professional environment for patients to address their mental health. Owner Crystal Koss relies on both traditional and holistic methods in order to treat a multitude of mental health issues.
There’s certainly an office affordability crisis forming within our city – so how can we keep from pushing out the entrepreneurs that have helped make Nashville great?
The answer, I’m beginning to think, is commercial condominiums.
3641 Trousdale Drive Suite 3639 is a 1,260 square foot flex warehouse space located minutes from I-65. The suite features two roll-up / drive-in doors, two walk-in doors, tall ceilings, and a private restroom. This fully-conditioned space also has a security system in place and two or three parking spaces with signage potential on Trousdale Drive.
Commercial real estate, much like other industries, is rampant with its own unique lingo. Words like “triple net” and “cap rate” are thrown around as if they’re common knowledge, but if you’re not in commercial real estate, you likely won’t be able to keep up with the various terms. Calculating commercial rent can be just the same.
Once a year, The Nashville Business Journal releases a “Top 25 List” in different industries such as real estate, marketing, health care, and more.
This year, The Cauble Group was ranked 23rd in Lease Volume and 24th in Sales Volume, earning a spot in the Top 25 Commercial Real Estate Brokerages in Nashville.
Commercial real estate in Nashville has seen a massive expansion of value during this economic growth cycle. Office rents have risen a cumulative 45% in metro Nashville since 2010, and while the city leads the country in office construction, vacancies remain below 6% (far below the 20-year average of 9.8%). Here are three affordable office spaces available for lease around Nashville:
69 Trimble Street is a creative, adaptive-reuse building converted into office and event space from a previously industrial building. Originally constructed in 1955, the solid block building was renovated in 2018 and now features approximately 2,500 square feet of office and 2,500 square feet of event space.
Founded in 2012 by owner and artist Ian White, Safe House’s mission is simple yet bold in living up to its namesake. “Our ultimate goal is to provide an inclusive studio where both artists and clients have a safe place to enjoy the process of tattooing,” states White. White is confident his new location at 4303 Gallatin Pike provides such an environment. Yet White’s new dream studio was found somewhat serendipitously.
Little Gourmand is a French Bakery/market currently located in Green Hills and is looking to expand to a their Nashville presence. Guenievre Milliner, CEO and Owner of Little Gourmand, is currently seeking out this second location.
Thanks to the work of pioneering investors and developers, this once downtrodden thoroughfare is now seeing an intense revitalization. Developers are bringing new construction and remodeled affordable housing, old motels are getting new life thanks to established hospitality groups, the neighborhood has a place to gather and drink coffee at Retrograde, and hundreds of residential units are under construction (such as Bristol Developments 205-unit apartment complex).
Cycle Haus will be opening its first location in East Nashville. With dedicated and high energy trainers, Cycle Haus is set to be the East side’s go-to-cycling studio.