FOR LEASE: The Station East Nashville

Small Sized Creative Suites – AVAILABLE FOR LEASE

We are so excited to offer East Nashville’s newest collaborative environment for Lease. Located at 1220 Gallatin Avenue, the newly renovated Firehall includes Retail and Office Creative Suites. The Station includes spaces ranging from 204 SF up to 2,306 SF when combined, with rents starting as low as +/-$15/SF NNN. Tenants can take one, or multiple suites as needed. We look forward to creating a leased environment where each tenant can leverage their one of a kind business with a community of others in The Station’s overall unique space. Learn more about the story of East Nashville’s historic fire station at TheStationNashville.com.

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Shugga Hi Bakery & Cafe East Nashville

We had the pleasure of working with Shugga Hi Bakery & Cafe on the design of their new East Nashville space located at 1000 Dickerson Pk. We hope you will go check them out and enjoy their incredibly delicious goodies, comfortable, and vibrant atmosphere. The owners are some of the sweetest and most giving women you will ever meet so we just know you will love getting Shugga Hi with them at their cool new space.

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FOR SALE: 31 Acre Nashville Development Opportunity

We have 31 Acres of Land available FOR SALE just 2 miles from the heart of Downtown Nashville. This 3 parcel portfolio is located in North Nashville’s Bordeaux neighborhood and is located right off of Clarksville Pike and White’s Creek Greenway.  Interested in more information? Download Our Real Estate Flyer – Curtis Land Portfolio.

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Sips N’ Strokes Nashville

Sips N Strokes was referred to us by one of our Real Estate Partners, The Southbound Group. We were excited to bring the growing Franchise to East Nashville where Sips N’ Strokes LEASED the perfect private studio location at The Station.

Later, we were able to find them a more permanent home at The Wabash Building in East Nashville, saving our client a total of $78,407 over the term of their new lease. That equals a savings of 30% Off the original asking terms by the Landlord simply by using our Tenant Representative services, and our client didn’t have to pay us a dime to do it!

One of the key factors in getting Sips N’ Strokes this large amount of savings was our great working relationship with both the Tenant as a repeat client, and the Landlord representatives Jeremiah Pyron and Trent Yates. Liz’s knowledge of Architectural considerations streamlined their buildout timelines and budgets, and helped shave off some RSF that wouldn’t technically be accessible to the tenant in it’s technical capacity.

 

 

 

Buying a Home After Cancer – Radon and the Unknown

As many of you have heard, the Nashville real estate market is not for the faint of heart right now. This is the story of one family and our recent journey navigating the home buying process that began with all of the cards stacked against us. We were starting in the most competitive price range, under the $250K mark and we had to overcome the market itself – constant bidding wars, frenzied negotiations, so-so school systems, and property with a median home age of 1974. To top it off, both husband and wife were also self employed, 1st time home buyers, and needed to run their business out of their soon to be home. This was going to be tough. When we started, I was working to help a friend; as he, his wife and son looked forward to the opportunities of home ownership. If someone could make this impossible scenario happen, I could.Continue Reading →