PURCHASED/BUILT: Under Construction with delivery in Summer 2017
SIZE: 362,000 square feet of office, 29,000 square feet of ground floor retail and 1,100 car parking garage
OCCUPANCY: Under construction/Lease-up
TENANT(S): Gresham Smith and Partners, Burr & Forman
OVERVIEW: Joint Venture Development with Hines (https://www.hines.com) and institutional clients advised by JP Morgan on land purchased by the Company in 2004 and 2011.
SIZE: 42,787 square feet- 5-stories
TENANT(S): Asurion, LLC
OVERVIEW: The Company initially redeveloped the former warehouse space in 1995 into The Music City Mix Factory, which at that time was one of the largest mixed-use entertainment facilities in the southeast. In 2010, the building was redeveloped into speculative Class “A” office space.
SIZE: 44,163 square feet– 3-stories
TENANT(S): Asurion, LLC
OVERVIEW: The Company initially redeveloped the former warehouse space into creative office space for XO Communications (formerly NextLink). In 2010, along with the redevelopment of 300 2nd Ave, the building was leased to Asurion, LLC.
SIZE: 55,299 square feet – 2-stories
TENANT(S): XO Communications and Verizon
OVERVIEW: The Company redeveloped the former warehouse space in 1995 into office space and network switch space for XO Communications (formerly NextLink). In 1997, additional space was redeveloped and leased to Intermedia Communications for a network switch facility. The switch was later acquired by Verizon.
SIZE: 241,216 square feet
TENANT(S): Hester & Cook, Rocky City Machinery, The Pasta Shoppe, Southeastern Salvage, Eagle Foods, LLC, Conserv Group
SIZE: 6,867 square feet – single-story building sitting on 0.50 acres.
USE: Restaurant/Entertainment and future development site.
OVERVIEW: The site previously housed The Tire Department of the Company. In 1997, the Company performed an extensive core and shell renovation of the building and leased it to Have a Nice Day Café nightclub. Various restaurant/entertainment venues have operated in the building.
SIZE: 50,164 square foot 4-story building
TENANT(S): Kayne Prime, Google Fiber and Redlight Management
PURCHASED: between 1936-2006
SIZE: 1.82 acres
USE: Surface parking lot and future development site
OVERVIEW: Buildings on the site previously housed Fixturecraft. Inc., a subsidiary of the Company, which was sold in 1991. Buildings were removed and site was converted to an income producing surface parking lot between 1994-2006. Over the years adjacent properties were purchased and the site is now a full city block, boarded by Korean Veterans Blvd to the south, 2nd Avenue to the east, 3rd Avenue to the west and Molloy Street to the north. The site currently includes 304 parking spaces.