Why choose Nashville

OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE IN NASHVILLE

Nashville has seen a steady increase in office leasing activity in recent years, driven by its growing economy and attractive real estate market. 

18.2% Vacancy
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$33.84 FSG Asking Rent,
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Latest Office Space Listings in Nashville

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Gulch Union

1222 Demonbreun Street
Nashville, TN
United States

Total Available Space: 43,276 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

Nashville - Office
Multiple Spaces

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Castner Knott Building

618 Church Street
Nashville, TN 37203
United States

Total Available Space: 28,321 SF

Rental Price: $32.00 USD

Nashville - Office
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Office

One Belle Meade Place

4400 Harding Road
Nashville, TN 37205
United States

Available Space: 7,431 SF

Rental Price: $35.00 USD

Nashville - Office
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Circle South

410 8th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37203
United States

Available Space: 535,000 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

Nashville - Office
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Office

Neuhoff - Block 1

1320 Adams Street
Nashville, TN
United States

Available Space: 280,000 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

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Multiple Spaces

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One Franklin Park

6100 Tower Cir.
Franklin, TN 37067
United States

Total Available Space: 112,912 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

Nashville - Office
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Landings at River North

531 Cowan
Nashville, TN
United States

Available Space: 78,000 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

Nashville - Office
Available in Future

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Fifth Third Center

424 Church Street, #1100
Nashville, TN 37219
United States

Available Space: 16,926 SF

Rental Price: $35.50 - $37.50 USD

Why implement your office in Nashville?

Nashville has a thriving economy and a growing population, making it an attractive destination for businesses looking to lease office space. The city's strong business environment and supportive community have led to a steady increase in office leasing activity in recent years, with demand coming from both local and national companies. Nashville's central location in the Southeastern United States, along with its low cost of living and high quality of life, have also contributed to its appeal as a business hub. The city offers a diverse range of office spaces, from historic buildings to modern high-rises, catering to the needs of businesses of all sizes and industries. With a growing number of industries calling Nashville home, including healthcare, music, and technology, the city's real estate market is expected to continue to see steady growth and development in the coming years.


How much does it cost to rent an office in Nashville?

The cost to rent an office in Nashville can vary widely depending on several factors such as location, size, amenities, and lease terms. 

To read: our Nashville MarketBeat Office report analyzes quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.


Are office space rents likely to increase in Nashville? 

The rental market in Nashville is subject to change, but the city is continuing to experience strong economic growth and increasing demand for commercial real estate. While rent increases can't be predicted with certainty, it's important to keep an eye on market trends when considering an office space for lease in Nashville.
 









Popular neighborhoods in Nashville

Nashville has many popular neighborhoods, each with its own unique character and charm. Here are a few of the most well-known: 

  • Downtown: Nashville's bustling city center, known for its live music venues, restaurants, and bars. 
  • East Nashville: A trendy neighborhood with a vibrant arts scene, featuring a mix of historic homes and modern developments. 
  • Germantown: A historic neighborhood just north of downtown, known for its beautiful architecture, restaurants, and shops. 
  • The Gulch: A popular destination for nightlife and dining, with a mix of high-rise condos and trendy lofts. 
  • 12 South: A pedestrian-friendly neighborhood with a mix of vintage homes and new developments, known for its trendy shops and restaurants. 
  • Hillsboro Village: A vibrant neighborhood near Vanderbilt University, featuring a mix of shops, restaurants, and entertainment options. 
  • Sylvan Park: A quiet neighborhood with a mix of bungalows and new developments, known for its local restaurants and small businesses. 

 

Getting to and from Nashville

Nashville is a popular destination in the Southeastern United States, with several options for getting to and from the city. Here are a few ways to get to Nashville: 

  • By air: Nashville International Airport (BNA) is located just a few miles east of downtown Nashville and serves many major airlines with both domestic and international flights. 
  • By car: Nashville is located at the intersection of several major highways, including Interstate 40, Interstate 24, and Interstate 65, making it easily accessible by car. 
  • By bus: Several bus companies, including Greyhound and Megabus, offer service to Nashville from other cities in the region. 
  • By train: Amtrak's "City of New Orleans" train stops in Nashville, providing service to and from New Orleans, Memphis, and Chicago. 

Commercial Real Estate Services in Nashville, Tennessee

Cushman & Wakefield’s Nashville office has grown more than 215 team members in the Middle Tennessee area and surrounding Southeast region, providing expertise in all sectors of the commercial real estate industry. 

Nashville Related Insights

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