With the ever-growing East Nashville, it can be tough to keep up with the latest arrivals. Here’s a few of our favorite new East Nashville businesses:
Q2, 2018 saw a lot of change and growth for the nation and Nashville. Starbucks made a commitment to completely eliminate the use of plastic straws in their locations by 2020. Here at home, Cushman & Wakefield brokered the Regions/WeWork deal, leading to the building’s closing for $139.5 million in the fall of 2018.
The second quarter, 2018, saw some exciting moments. Incredibles 2 was released -- 14 years after the original. The Rare Bird rooftop bar saw its opening week, located atop the Noelle Hotel on 4th and Church St. The Big Band Dance in Centennial Park saw another phenomenal season, made possible by local bands and dance instructors.
Quarter 2, 2018, was a great season for the country and Nashville. Nationally, Dropbox -- the sensational online file-sharing company -- soared after it’s first ever public earnings report after its IPO in Q1 2018. At home in Nashville, Char Restaurant was declared the hottest restaurant opened in the last seven months in Music City.
The second quarter, 2018, was a season of great excitement across the USA and here in Nashville. The summer wedding season was kicked off as the nation watched on in support of the Royal Wedding between the UK’s Prince Harry and his now wife, Meghan Markle. In the final weeks of the quarter, offices across the US took lunch in the conference room in order to watch and cheer for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. At home in Music City, we enjoyed the opening of the Five Points Pizza on Charlotte, Bonnaroo Music Festival, and the opening of the newest bar in East Nashville -- Walden.
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.
Growing up in Nashville, I’ve witnessed this city change quite a bit over the years. We’ve come a long way from the small town where everyone knew each other but have been able to maintain that small-town feel. I’ve always loved this city and how people you haven’t met yet are quick to treat you like family. There truly is no place like home. My passion for Nashville lead me to a career in real estate, where I am able to positively impact our city’s growth every day.
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.
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?