The Dickerson Pike corridor is one of Nashville’s largest arteries in and out of downtown Nashville. Before the arrival of our interstate system, Dickerson Pike was the primary means to travel to Kentucky - one of the many reasons the pike was thriving in the mid-century.
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).
Dickerson Pike is certainly an intriguing frontier for Nashville. Unlike many of Nashville’s other corridors, like West End / Charlotte / Nolensville, commercial real estate along Dickerson Pike hasn’t seen much development in the last few decades. Opportunists, driven by Nashville’s massive expansion, have recognized the value this corridor delivers thanks to its proximity to downtown, connectivity to the county via I-65 / Ellington Parkway / Briley Parkway, and highly prized skyline views.
Attracting the attention of investors means buildings are getting renovated and re-positioned, making them available for new tenants. Here are three buildings that just hit the market for lease on Dickerson Pike (click on each for more information):
This 5,175 square foot warehouse features two roll-up doors, 16’+ ceilings, and a wide open floor plan ready for customization. With onsite parking and a soon-to-be four-story, mixed-use neighbor, this property is positioned well for office, retail, and flex users.
This 1,887 square foot building is currently used as an auto garage with a roll-up door and office. It sits on 2.34 acres with brand new fencing down the street from the newly renovated 2809 Dickerson Pike, which landed Life & Limb Printing earlier this year.
This three-story office building is undergoing renovations, which include updates to the exterior, common areas (including lobbies, hallways, restrooms), and newly renovated office space. Located just off Briley Parkway, the connectivity to downtown, BNA, and West Nashville is unparalleled.