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OVERVIEW

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BUSINESS ALMANAC

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BUSINESS CLIMATE

Works Well With Others

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Regional cooperation creates another year of big successes in the Nashville area. TR ANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS

Distribution Solution

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Geography, cost beneďŹ ts drive increase in warehousing activity.

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EDUCATION

Wealth of Knowledge

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Tennessee State University is a star player in education.

Singing Its Praises

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HEALTH CARE

Strong Medicine

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A legacy of innovation, entrepreneurship cultivates a dynamic health-care industry. MANUFACTURING

Industrial Strength

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Transportation access, skilled workforce build success in the manufacturing sector. LIVABILITY

Professionally Speaking

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The Nashville area has an allure for younger people on a career track.

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ECONOMIC PROFILE

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ACREAGE INDEX

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SITE GUIDE MAP

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MIDDLE TENNESSEE – TRULY IN THE MIDST One of the Nashville area’s greatest advantages is geographic, as the map at right shows.

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business almanac WILLIAMSON COUNTY

DIALED INTO BRENTWOOD A company based in the Czech Republic that provides callrecording and related services will use a site in Brentwood to market to and service its North American customers. Prague-based Zoom International develops and markets IP infrastructure and tools, including multi-media recording, workforce-management technology and quality assurance. Zoom’s applications are used in a variety of industries with high customer call-in traffic, including service centers, financial trading floors and emergency services to capture communications and provide analysis while delivering critical business information to support an organization’s decision-making processes. For more, go to www.zoomint.com.

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TAKING ITS CUES Before starting Olhausen Billiard Manufacturing, Butch and Don Olhausen worked for their father setting up and re-covering pool tables. The brothers started a company in California in 1972 moving and refinishing pool tables. In 1973, the owner of the manufacturing company with which the Olhausens were affiliated offered to sell them the business for $1,000. From just 35 tables a year at its start, Olhausen has grown into 250,000 square feet of manufacturing space in Portland in Robertson County, turning out 30,000 billiard tables and accessories each year sold through a network of dealers. In addition to several models of pool tables and accessories, the company now offers a Webbased application that lets buyers custom design their tables. Go to www.olhausenbilliards.com for more information.

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The American Bus Association has named the Rivers & Spires Festival a Top 100 event for 2009, the third time the annual event has received that designation. Research studies show that one overnight visit by a motorcoach group generates between $5,000 and $13,000 for a local economy in food, lodging, entertainment, shopping and tax revenues. The Rivers & Spires Festival features live music, interactive entertainment, activities for children and food on every street corner in downtown Clarksville. Rivers & Spires started in 2003 as a tribute to the returning soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division and has continued that heritage, with special tributes for the many soldiers from nearby Fort Campbell deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Go to www.riversandspires.com for more information.

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CHARGED UP ON LEBANON North America’s leading manufacturer of electrical and electronic wiring devices has plugged into Wilson County. Leviton has opened a 450,000-square-foot, fully automated warehousing and distribution operation in Lebanon that will employ 160. The facility will service U.S. customers east of the Mississippi River and be a regional showcase for Leviton’s distribution technology and products. The company cited the location, quality workforce and available incentives as factors in its decision. Go to www.leviton.com for more on the company.

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RECIPE FOR SUCCESS Bakery Technology Enterprises is turning up the heat. The Columbia-based company designs and builds equipment such as mixers, blenders and ovens used by commercial baking and snackplant customers. Its manufacturing facilities include an independent design and engineering area, and its research facility is equipped with the latest engineering technology, including CAD systems, 2-D drafting, solid modeling, assembly modeling, solid manufacturing and machining software. The company also refurbishes and upgrades existing equipment and sells preowned equipment. Go to www.bakerytechnologyent.com for more.

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BREAKFAST IS SERVED Odom’s Tennessee Pride has been a family-owned food business since 1943. The Madison, Tenn.-based company, which makes a full line of breakfast sausage, breakfast sandwiches, appetizers and gravy, employs 700 people, including 350 at Tennessee Quality Foods in Dickson. Odom’s products are sold in major grocery chains, including Kroger and WalMart. Go to www.tnpride.com for more.

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SEEING WHAT IT LIKES Novitá, a manufacturer and supplier of Tridon flashers and side-object detection systems for the auto market, has opened a manufacturing complex in Hendersonville. The company also has located its corporate headquarters at the site in the city’s Freehill Industrial Park. The privately held electronics manufacturer and automotive industry supplier created 60 high-tech jobs. The company’s patented SideEyes Object Detection technology enables drivers to see objects that don’t appear in side-view mirrors. Go to www.novitatech.com for more.

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BUILDER OF BRANDS George P. Johnson Co. has expanded its La Vergne operations to include a 300,000-square-foot, worldclass fabrication and storage facility. The Auburn Hills, Mich.-based experience-marketing agency’s suite of relationship-building event, exhibit and live-experience offerings helps clients in such areas as technology, automotive, financial services and health care showcase their brands, services and products. The La Vergne facility will employ up to 100 people. For more, go to www.gpjco.com.

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n the Nashville area, 2008 will be remembered for ushering in a challenging economic climate and for record-breaking corporate relocations and expansions spawned by regional cooperation. That was demonstrably the case when ClarksvilleMontgomery County successfully landed Dow Corning Corp. and Hemlock Semiconductor LLC’s new solar-grade, polysilicon manufacturing facility. The $1.2 billion investment will create at least 500 jobs at the facility, which will be built in Commerce Park, a TVA-certified megasite. It also will serve as an anchor for the region’s efforts to create green-technology enterprise and jobs.

Dean Solon, left, is CEO of Shoals Technology Group, and John Maros is vice president of business development.

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In Portland in Robertson County, Shoals Technology Group is building a new manufacturing facility to produce solar panels. The company is relocating its headquarters to Gallatin in Sumner County and will eventually employ at least 300 people in the region. “We searched in Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky, and ended up being very impressed with the people of Sumner County and how they all worked together,” says John Maros, vice president of business development. “They all acted as true partners with each other, and with us. That made them stand head and shoulders above most of the other areas that we spoke to. The people at the state, county and local level have all been very accommodating.” The Hemlock news came on top of a year that also included Sanderson Pipe Corp.’s $29 million investment in the ClarksvilleMontgomery County Corporate Business Park and Avanti Manufacturing and Panattoni Construction Co.’s plans to develop facilities there. For James Chavez, the Hemlock announcement came after a two-year search process that he says was one of the most exhaustive in which he has ever participated. “For reasons that included security, availability of labor and cost, they looked at sites on nearly every continent,” says Chavez, president and CEO of the Clarksville-Montgomery County Economic Development Council. “It was an incredibly detailed search, and we got to the table because we had survived the process of becoming a certified megasite through TVA, because it’s an incredibly rigorous process,” he says. “It took us three tries to be certified, and going through all that benefited us.” Other factors, including proximity to the power grid, also kept Clarksville-Montgomery County in the game, but being able to draw in reinforcements from the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and other economic development organizations was of immeasurable help as well. “When you talk to corporate investors in this area, they’ll tell you that the region works well together, and that we have a high level of trust with each other,” Chavez says. – Joe Morris

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eography, interstate access and a stable workforce are helping to make the Nashville area a distribution and warehousing hub. Even during the recent downturn, Wilson County attracted two major projects. Leviton, a manufacturer of electrical and electronic wiring devices, opened a 450,000-square-foot distribution facility in Lebanon earlier this year. It is one of the company’s two U.S. distribution and warehousing centers. In 2008, Vi-Jon, maker of Germ-X hand sanitizer, opened a 700,000-square-foot distribution center in Mt. Juliet. “When you compare what is happening here with what is happening with other cities, we are in great shape,” says Tom Frye, managing director of CB Richard Ellis in Nashville. Interstates 24, 40 and 65 converge in Nashville, which is about 200 miles from the FedEx hub in Memphis and the UPS hub in Louisville. Regulations that limit the hours truck drivers can spend behind the wheel also make the region more attractive for companies needing large building sites. “The trucking industry has realized the geographic location of Nashville is superior to just about anywhere else in country,” Frye says. G.C. Hixson, director of the Joint Economic & Community

Development Board of Wilson County, credits the decision to extend sewer lines to the Nashville Superspeedway race track near Lebanon for industrial growth along the I-840 corridor. “You only think of it three or four times a year, but the economic impact has been tremendous,” Hixson says. More than 5 million square feet of new industrial space followed the racetrack, which opened in 2000. In early 2009, developers had 300-plus acres under contract for future development, he says. “We have plenty of flat land,” he says. The metro region was absorbing about 2 million square feet of industrial space annually until mid-decade, when the figures more than doubled. They settled back to 2.5 million in 2007 and 1 million in 2008. Still, experts see the potential for more growth as fuel costs fluctuate and big companies re-evaluate the trend toward consolidating their logistics operations at a few massive sites. “They may revisit the model and decide they need more of them nearer their customer base,” says Terry W. Smith, a principal at Nashville Commercial Real Estate Services/ Cushman & Wakefield. Such a trend, he says, “will tend to give us some favor in Middle Tennessee.” – Pamela Coyle

With major highways I-24, I-40 and I-65 intersecting in Nashville, the region has a distinct distribution advantage.

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education

Tennessee State University in Nashville has added a masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s program in physical therapy to its academic offerings.

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Singing Its Praises

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Knowledge Tennessee State University is a star player in education

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ennessee State University may be able to count Oprah Winfrey among its most-accomplished alumni, but the school has plenty of other stars on its mind – BD +20 307, for example. More than 300 light years from Earth, the numerically known star recently yielded an exciting find as Tennessee State’s Gregory Henry and several other astronomers discovered evidence that two planets in its orbit had collided, reducing each other to dust. “It would be like Mercury or Venus colliding in our system,” Henry says. “There’s nothing else like it that’s been discovered so far.” The rare find is one of the successes stemming from the 9,000-student TSU, the only public historically black college in Tennessee, and one of 21 four-year colleges and universities in the Nashville area, including Vanderbilt University. Of course, most of TSU’s other successes are distinctly more earthbound than Henry’s focus, like Darrell Freeman, who developed Zycron Inc. in the school’s business incubator on its downtown campus. The information technology business is now of the largest minority-owned companies in the state, with Freeman showing his gratitude in 2008 by making a large donation to the center, which provides resources and expertise to fledgling businesses.

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“He’s a mega-supporter,” says Mildred Walters, the incubator’s executive director, inviting others to follow his path to success. “We’re open to anyone with a good idea that is viable and feasible.” The university offers more than 40 undergraduate and 20 graduate degrees with doctorates available in a half-dozen fields. TSU also provides an array of continuing-education classes geared to nontraditional students, as well as degree programs that are aligned with workforce needs. According to TSU, the average class size is 19 students. TSU’s most popular majors include business administration, biology, nursing and psychology. The university recently received validation of its work in the form of its largest private gift ever – $1 million from Charles and Edith Duvall, a 1966 graduate who ran on the track team and won gold and silver medals in the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo. “When I look back at Tennessee State, it has done so much for so many different people,” Edith Duvall told the school. “If I can continue to help some other people, then I want to be able to do that.” – Sam Scott SEE MORE ONLINE For more on education, go to nashvilleareaeconomic guide.com.

FISK’S REPUTATION EXTENDS AROUND THE WORLD In 2007, the U.S. Embassy invited the Fisk Jubilee Singers to the 50th anniversary of Ghana’s independence, just another chapter in more than 130 years of international appearances by the famed student singing group. But the Jubilee Singers are far from the only mark of distinction for Fisk, the first U.S. university to offer a liberal arts education to “young men and women irrespective of color” and the first university in Nashville of any kind. Founded in 1866, the 1,000-student Fisk has played a prominent role in AfricanAmerican history ever since. Fisk was the first private, black college accredited for its music programs by the National Association of Schools of Music. In 2008, U.S. News & World Report ranked Fisk as the nation’s fifth-best historically black college. Fisk was recognized by the National Science Foundation for graduating more AfricanAmericans who go on to earn doctoral degrees in natural sciences than any other college in the nation, says Ken West, communications and public relations vice president at Fisk. About 70 percent of entering students at Fisk are ranked in the top fifth of their high school classes. More than 70 percent of the university’s alums go on to graduate or professional school, Fisk officials say. – Sam Scott

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ith more than 300 companies operating on a multi-state, national or international basis, and more than 250 professional service firms supplying them with everything from banking and finance to legal, architectural and other services, it’s no secret that the Nashville area is a healthcare hub. Intellectual property spinoffs from local universities and other sources of research are generating new health-care enterprise despite the national economic downturn, says Caroline Young, president of the Nashville Health Care Council. “Over the last 40 years, probably no city has brought as much innovation and entrepreneurial energy to the health-care industry as Nashville,” she says. Emdeon, a provider of revenue and payment-cycle solutions, has consoli-

dated its local operations into a unified headquarters in Nashville’s Donelson neighborhood. This put more than half of the company’s 2,000 employees in a two-building, 165,000-square-foot space, says Susanne Powell, the company’s director of corporate communications. The firm chose to remain in Nashville for two main reasons: First, it is a central location for more than 20 other facilities as well as Emdeon’s U.S. customer base, Second, the region enjoys a vibrant health-care climate. “It really is a hub of health-care innovation here, and that long history of involvement in health-care technology was very important to us,” Powell says. Having a deep bench of like-minded companies is invaluable in terms of networking and shared opportunities for growth, says Thomas Cigarran,

chairman of the Nashville Health Care Council and chairman of Healthways Inc., a provider of customized care plans for individuals and health-plan sponsors and a pioneer in disease-management services. Cigarran notes that the venturecapital clearinghouse Nashville Capital Network saw more than 100 different pitches from entrepreneurs across a wide spectrum of health-care endeavors who sought funding for their ideas. “The fundamental dynamic in Nashville really is the entrepreneurial spirit, the people who’ve come to Nashville from all over the country,” Cigarran says. “Some came here to work for other companies, had an idea and began their own company, and that’s never been more true than it is today.” – Joe Morris

The Nashville area is home to a lengthy roster of health-care enterprises, including Franklin-based Healthways Inc.

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The company’s distribution warehouse also is located in La Vergne and serves customers in the United States, Europe and Asia. All in all, its expansion in La Vergne finds Chromalox in good company with other manufacturers that have made similar moves. “Middle Tennessee has proven to be a great location for many manufacturing and logistics operations, including Chromalox, for a number of reasons,” says Mark Copeland, vice president of operations. “First and foremost is the availability of a flexible, well-trained

workforce. The second reasons would have to be location.” “It is evident that local and state governmental agencies are committed to making it easy for businesses to settle in Tennessee,” Copeland says. “These agencies have proven to be helpful in many ways.” – Carol Cowan SEE MORE ONLINE See more on manufacturing at nashvilleareaeconomic guide.com.

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here’s a good reason why so many manufacturing companies choose to locate their operations in the Nashville area. Actually, there are plenty of good reasons. “When businesses look at site selection, the top three considerations are going to be location, workforce and existing industrial development,” says Holly S. Weber, vice president of economic development at the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce. With proximity to major interstates and population centers, an ample supply of skilled workers and millions of square feet of industrial space, the Nashville area has attributes that score well with manufacturers. Pittsburgh-based Chromalox Inc. manufactures electric heat and temperature-control products used in industries as diverse as biodiesel and alternativefuels processing, plastics, pharmaceuticals manufacturing and commercial food equipment. The company has had a presence in the Nashville area since 1957, but recently decided to move production from four smaller Chromalox facilities to a new plant in Tennessee. Designed and built to embrace the concepts of LEAN manufacturing, the new, 142,000-square-foot, state-of-theart facility is on Heil-Quaker Boulevard in La Vergne in Rutherford County. Full-capacity operations began in spring 2009, with peak employment ranging from 300 to 350.

An employee works with a wire element winding machine at Chromalox, which has built a new facility in La Vergne in Rutherford County.

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shape the future of the region, Myers says. “The presidents of these organizations meet on a quarterly basis to think of additional ways to help YPs network around town,” she says. YP Nashville can also help young professionals who want to get involved and make a difference in the community. Several national publications have been recognizing the Nashville area for its attractiveness to young professionals. For example, Forbes.com ranked the region in its top 20 major metros for economic opportunity for up-and-comers on a career track. “Money magazine recently spoke highly of Nashville, as did Working Mother magazine,” says Nancy Eisenbrandt, chief workforce development officer and chief operating officer of the Nashville chamber. “There has been a lot of recent external confirmation that Nashville is a very good place to start and grow your career.” – Kevin Litwin

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eff Schwartzenberg, 35, and his wife, Jennifer, visited Nashville in 2003 and again in 2005, and were impressed with the incredible momentum that appeared to be taking shape in the region. With further visits in 2006, it became harder and harder for the couple to return to New York, so they decided to put their house on the market and look for jobs in Nashville. They ultimately moved to Music City in January 2007, where Jeff is now senior marketing manager at Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management. Meanwhile, Jennifer is now the director of NowPlaying Nashville.com, an all-inclusive, one-stop online arts-andentertainment event calendar. “While New York will always be special to us, we were ready for a change of pace and a better lifestyle,” Jeff Schwartzenberg says. “Nashville is an incredibly dynamic place for young professionals to cultivate and enhance their careers. It offers entertainment, dining, culture, affordability and hospitality, just to name a few. We really couldn’t be happier here.” Such is the story with many young professionals in Music City, and dozens of them are networking with one another thanks to the efforts of groups such as YP Nashville, an umbrella organization sponsored by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce. “We define young professionals as being ages 25-40, but we also include the young at heart,” says Rebecca Myers, director of talent, recruitment and retention for the Nashville chamber. “We want YPs to stay in Nashville, and YP Nashville can help.” A few years ago, the Nashville chamber hired a consulting firm to see what factors would attract younger professionals to the area. Those factors included a low cost of living, a wide array of activities, availability of colleges and lifelong learning, potential to secure high-quality jobs with good compensation, and the ability to grow careers. YP Nashville was formed as a partnership between nearly 30 young professional organizations, all working together to

Jeff and Jennifer Schwartzenberg relocated to Nashville from New York for a change of pace and a better lifestyle.

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ECONOMIC PROFILE BUSINESS CLIMATE

MAJOR INDUSTRY SECTORS Manufacturing, 10.9%

Booming businesses, an expanding workforce and a strong economy are characteristics of the 10 Middle Tennessee counties that comprise the Nashville Economic Market. Large companies in the region include Nissan, Bridgestone, Louisiana-Pacific, HCA and Dell.

Trade Transportation & Utilities, 20.5% Information, 2.6% Financial Activities, 6.1% Professional and Business Services, 13%

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569,891

619,626

+8.7

Cheatham Davidson

Education and Health, 13.9%

Dickson

43,156

47,366

+9.8

Leisure & Hospitality, 10.3%

Maury

69,498

79,966

+6.8

Montgomery

134,768

154,460

+5.5

Robertson

54,433

63,333

+16.4

Rutherford

182,023

241,462

+32.7

Sumner

130,449

152,721

+17.1

Williamson

126,638

166,128

+31.2

Government, 13%

HOUSING MARKET Average Home Price, $218,657 Average Apartment Rental, $753

COST OF LIVING COMPARISON

Wilson

88,809

106,356

+19.8

1,435,577

1,671,530

+14.9

5,689,283

6,156,719

+8.2

Nashville Eco. Market Tennessee

Nashville, 91.8 Dallas, 90.7 Charlotte, 93.7

Wilson, $54,172

Cheatham, $30,884

Raleigh, 104.8

Nashville Economic Market, $47,908

Davidson, $42,092

Atlanta, 96.1

Dickson, $27,738

St. Louis, 90.2 Phoenix, 99.8 Denver, 103.5

Maury, $29,046

LABOR FORCE STATISTICS

Montgomery $35,232

Cleveland, 95.7 Philadelphia, 123.5 San Diego, 135.0 Source: ACCRA Cost of Living Index, Second Quarter 2008 (Composite Index=100)

MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME

Robertson, $30,764

Nashville MSA Nonagricultural employment (2007), 760,258

Rutherford, $30,519 Sumner, $32,710

2002-2007 Nonagricultural Employment Growth Percentage, 13%

Williamson, $51,841 Wilson, $35,644

Unemployment Rate (2007), 4.0%

Tennessee, $32,172

Per Capita Personal Income (2007)

U.S., $36,714 Source: www.nashvilleareainfo.com

Cheatham, $50,284 Davidson, $43,392 Dickson, $42,837 Maury, $45,697

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Montgomery, $42,654 Robertson, $47,005 Rutherford, $50,352 Sumner, $50,069

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Williamson, $76,723

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Nashville Area Economic & Site Guide

Acreage Index The following properties are available for sale in the Nashville area. The Acreage Index is organized in ascending order of property size. The Site Guide is organized first by type of property, then county (in alphabetical order), then by property size (in ascending order). Columns should be read down first, rather than left to right. Note: These listings were provided by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and were considered correct at the time of publication (April 2009). However, due to the nature of real estate, the information and availability may change during the lifetime of this publication, and accuracy cannot be guaranteed. We suggest you contact the agent listed to verify availability or to request further information.

OFFICE 1 1.26 to 5.28 , Davidson .................................. 21 2 1.5 to 4.2 , Davidson ...................................... 22 3 1.72 , Davidson ................................................ 22 4 3, Davidson ..................................................... 22 5 4.5, Davidson ................................................. 22 6 4.66, Davidson ............................................... 22 7 5.3, Davidson ................................................. 23 8 6.54 to 30.63 acre lots, Davidson ............ 23 9 6.6, Davidson ................................................. 23 10 6.95, Davidson ............................................... 23 11 9.14, Davidson ................................................ 23 12 9.14, Davidson ................................................ 23 13 11.11, Davidson ................................................ 24 14 12.5, Davidson ................................................ 24 15 13.52 to 29, Davidson ................................... 24 16 14, Davidson ................................................... 24 17 19, Davidson ................................................... 24 18 20.63, Davidson ............................................ 25 19 1.38 , Rutherford ............................................ 25 20 1.5, Rutherford ............................................... 26 21 100, Rutherford ............................................. 26 22 1.2 , Sumner ..................................................... 26 23 35, Sumner ...................................................... 26 24 42.31, Sumner ................................................ 26 25 425; office from 1 to 150 acre lots, Sumner 27 26 1 to 40 of office/ retail, Williamson ......... 27

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32 18.6, Williamson ............................................ 24 33 21.78 , Williamson .......................................... 28 34 6.03, Wilson .................................................... 29 35 12.5, Wilson ..................................................... 29

INDUSTRIAL/LAND LESS THAN 10 ACRES 38 0.91 to 22.36, Davidson ............................. 30 39 1 to 7, Davidson ............................................. 30 40 2.218 , Davidson ............................................ 30 41 3.37, Davidson ............................................... 30 42 3.66, Davidson .............................................. 30 43 3.9, Davidson .................................................. 31 44 4.01, Davidson ................................................ 31 45 4.1, Davidson ................................................... 31 46 4.64, Davidson ................................................ 31 47 4.85, Davidson ................................................ 31 48 4.9, Davidson .................................................. 31 49 5.5, Davidson ................................................. 32 50 6.29, Davidson ............................................... 32 51 6.4, Davidson ................................................. 32 52 7.13, Davidson ................................................ 32 53 9.44, Davidson ............................................... 32 54 9.86, Davidson ............................................... 33 75 6 to 41, Robertson ........................................ 37 83 1, Rutherford .................................................. 39 84 2.38 , Rutherford ............................................ 39 85 3.27, Rutherford ............................................ 39 86 5.27, Rutherford ............................................ 39 87 8.41, Rutherford ............................................ 39 106 9.06, Wilson ................................................. 44

10-25 ACRES

107 10, Wilson ...................................................... 44 108 10-120, Wilson ............................................. 44 109 18.74, Wilson ................................................ 44 110 22.8 , Wilson ................................................... 44 111 24, Wilson ...................................................... 44

26-50 ACRES 36 31, Cheatham .................................................. 29 37 40.5, Cheatham ............................................. 29 62 27.81, Davidson .............................................. 34 70 30 to 90, Maury ............................................. 36 92 44, Rutherford .............................................. 40 98 32 , Sumner ...................................................... 42 99 35, Sumner ...................................................... 42 100 43.66, Sumner .............................................. 42 112 35, Wilson ...................................................... 45 113 40.94, Wilson ................................................ 45 114 48 , Wilson ...................................................... 45

51-100 ACRES 63 64.23, Davidson ............................................ 34 64 65.37, Davidson ............................................. 34 73 100, Montgomery ......................................... 37 79 65, Robertson ................................................ 38 93 90, Rutherford .............................................. 40 94 95, Rutherford .............................................. 40 95 100, Rutherford .............................................. 41 101 66.8 , Sumner ................................................. 43 102 100, Sumner ................................................... 43 115 53, Wilson ...................................................... 45 116 100, Wilson ................................................... 46

OVER 100 ACRES

55 10.01, Davidson .............................................. 33 56 10.63, Davidson ............................................. 33 57 12.8 , Davidson ................................................ 33

65 120, Davidson ................................................. 34 66 174, Davidson ................................................. 35 69 600, Dickson .................................................. 36 71 261, Maury ....................................................... 36

58 13.37, Davidson .............................................. 33 59 16.73, Davidson .............................................. 33 60 21.58 , Davidson ............................................. 34 61 22.4, Davidson ............................................... 34

72 422 , Maury ...................................................... 36 74 660, Montgomery ......................................... 37 80 110, Robertson ............................................... 38 81 270, Robertson .............................................. 38

67 22 to 125, Dickson ......................................... 35 68 22 , Dickson ..................................................... 35 76 10 to 650, Robertson ................................... 37 77 10 to 47, Robertson ...................................... 37

82 550, Robertson .............................................. 38 103 207, Sumner .................................................. 43 104 380, Sumner .................................................. 43 105 600, Sumner .................................................. 43

78 21, Robertson ................................................. 38 88 10 to 50, Rutherford .................................... 39 89 10.68 , Rutherford ......................................... 40

117 102 , Wilson ................................................... 46 118 103.9, Wilson ................................................ 46 119 158 , Wilson .................................................... 46 120 164, Wilson ................................................... 46

27 1.15, Williamson ............................................. 27 28 2.9 to 8.7, Williamson .................................. 27 29 6 to 30, Williamson ...................................... 28 30 6 to 10, Williamson ....................................... 28

90 17, Rutherford ............................................... 40 91 20, Rutherford .............................................. 40 96 15, Sumner ........................................................ 41

31 17.88 , Williamson .......................................... 28

97 18.9, Sumner .................................................... 41

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2 Myatt Drive

NASHVILLE , 37214 Acreage: 1.26 to 5.28

NASHVILLE , 37115 Acreage: 1.5 to 4.2

Price: $7 psf

Description: Topography – Level site. Access – 1 mile to I-65 . Utilities – water, sewer, gas .

Description: Zoning – ORI. Have preliminary sight and grading plan . Contact: Axson West, (615) 833-8716, awest@southeast venture.com , Southeast Venture

Contact: Ben Goodwin, (615) 346-0290, bgoodwin@knestrick.com , Knestrick Properties

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3 Fesslers Lane NASHVILLE , 37201 Acreage: 1.72 Price: $696,000 Description: Zoning – Commercial, environmentally clean. Utilities – All utilities at site. Contact: Larry Beadle, (615) 850-2700, lbeadle@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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5 Briley Corners 10 BRIDGESTONE PARK NASHVILLE , 37214 Acreage: 4.5 Description: Zoning – Office limited. Access – Visibility and quick access to Briley Parkway, site can accommodate office user up to 90,000 SF. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Jeff Haynes, (615) 550-5578, jhaynes@boyle.com; Thomas McDaniel, (615) 550-5579, tmcdaniel@boyle.com , Boyle

DAVIDSON

7 200 Main Street NASHVILLE , 37213 Acreage: 5.3 Price: $14,000,000 Description: Topography – Redeveloped property near the Titans Stadium . Contact: John Gifford, (615) 850-2700, jgifford@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

DAVIDSON

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4 Jackson Property MURFREESBORO ROAD N OF COUCHVILLE PIKE ANTIOCH , 37013 Acreage: 3 Price: $350,000 Description: Topography – Commercial potential. Utilities – Nearby. Contact: Larry Beadle, (615) 850-2700, lbeadle@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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8 Briley & I-40 NASHVILLE , 37214 Acreage: 6.54 to 30.63 acre lots 6 2338 Murfreesboro Road NASHVILLE , 37217 Acreage: 4.66 Price: $850,000 Description: Topography – Commercial PUD, Nashboro Village area. Contact: Tony Vaughn, (615) 850-2700, tvaughn@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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Price: $875,000 to $1,500,000 Description: Topography – Sloping. Zoning – CS and IWD. Access – In place. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Gilbert Smith, (615) 833-8716, gsmith@southeastventure.com , Southeast Venture

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9 5200 Hickory Hollow Pkwy NASHVILLE , 37201 Acreage: 6.6 Price: $795,000 Description: Zoning – Adjacent properties zoned commercial and RM20. Contact: Catherine Collins, (615) 850-2700, ccollins@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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DAVIDSON

11 Lakeview Place

13 Percy Priest Drive

16 CENTURY BLVD. NASHVILLE , 37214 Acreage: 9.14

NASHVILLE , 37214 Acreage: 11.11 Description: Topography – Level site. Utilities – at site.

Description: Zoning – Office/ Residential Intensive. Access – Excellent access to I-40 & Briley Parkway.

Contact: Radley Hendrixson, (615) 850-2700, rhendrixson@nainashville.com, NAI Nashville

Contact: David McGahren, SIOR, (615) 301-2810, dmcgahren@ctmt.com, Doug Howard, SIOR, (615) 301-2818, dhoward@ctmt.com , Colliers Turley Martin Tucker

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14 1450 Bell Road NASHVILLE , 37201 Acreage: 12.5

10 Metropolitan Airport Ctr. ROYAL PKWY NASHVILLE , 37214 Acreage: 6.95 Description: Topography – Flat. Zoning – CS . Access – 1/2 mile from I-40, 2 miles from BNA . Utilities – Electric, gas, water and sewer. Contact: Coleman Aycock, (615) 884-2302, coleman.aycock@dukereatly.com , Duke Realty Corporation

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Price: $3,750,000 Description: Topography – Pad ready site zoned SP.

12 Century City CENTURY BOULEVARD NASHVILLE , 37214 Acreage: 9.14 Description: Topography – Sloping. Zoning – ORI . Access – 1 mile from I-40, 2 miles from BNA . Utilities – Electric, gas, water and sewer.

Contact: John Gifford, (615) 850-2700, jgifford@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

Contact: Coleman Aycock, (615) 884-2302, coleman.aycock@dukerealty.com , Duke Realty Corporation

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17 Commerce Center East

ANTIOCH , 37013 Acreage: 13.52 to 29

STEWARTS FERRY PIKE NASHVILLE , 37214 Acreage: 19

Price: $3.25 psf Description: Zoning – C-PUD. Great for Distribution . Access – Easy access to I-24 . Contact: Todd Alexander, (615) 250-8672, talexander@southeastventure.com , Southeast Venture

DAVIDSON

RUTHERFORD

Price: $10-$14 / sf Description: Zoning – Office and retail. Access – Immediately off I-40 at Stewarts Ferry Pike, site can accommodate office user from 30,000 SF up to 180,000 SF. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Rob Lowe (615) 301-2910, rlowe@ctmt.com; Whit McCrary (615) 301-2908, wmccrary@ctmt.com , Colliers Turley Martin Tucker 19 Sam Ridley Parkway & Expo Drive

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SMYRNA , 37138 Acreage: 1.38 Price: $1,200,000 Description: Topography – Flat, cleared land, good location, pad ready lot. Utilities – All at site. Contact: Larry Beadle, (615) 850-2700, lbeadle@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

16 Murfreesboro Road NASHVILLE , 37013 Acreage: 14 Price: $3,300,000 Description: Topography – Gently rolling, borders Nashboro Golf & Country Club. Contact: Tony Vaughn, (615) 850-2700, tvaughn@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

18 Ashland City Highway & Clarksville Pike NASHVILLE , 37201 Acreage: 20.63 Price: $1,200,000 Description: Topography – Large tract of land that borders 2 major highways, all utilities at site. Contact: Larry Beadle, (615) 850-2700, lbeadle@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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20 1801 Memorial Blvd. MURFREESBORO, 37129 Acreage: 1.5 Price: $900,000 Description: Topography – Flat land. Zoning – Commercial. Contact: Tony Vaughn, (615) 850-2700, tvaughn@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

RUTHERFORD

21 Murfreesboro Gateway MURFREESBORO, 37219 Acreage: 100 Description: Zoning – Class A office, Headquarters, R&D. Access – 1 mile from I-24 .

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HENDERSONVILLE , 37075 Acreage: 35

SR 386 & INDIAN LAKE ROAD HENDERSONVILLE , 37075 Acreage: 425; office from 1 to 150 acre lots

Price: 7.50 psf Description: Topography – Divisible, great location . Utilities – All at site. Contact: Terry Smith, (615) 850-2724, tsmith@mathewspartners.com , NAI Nashville

SUMNER 22 Publix Outparcel 110 INDIAN LAKES BLVD. HENDERSONVILLE , 37075 Acreage: 1.2

Description: Zoning – Commercial PUD,Office, Retail, Luxury Residential. Access – Visibility and quick access via 2 full exits to SR 386 . Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric, fiber. Contact: Dean Jacobs, (615) 822-3509/(615) 424-4411, djacobs@haloprop.com, Halo Properties

Price: Lease $60,000 per year Description: Topography – Paved lot in front of Publix anchored shopping center, 5,000 sf building possible, NNN ground lease, 25 yr term with 12.5% escalation every 5 years . Contact: Rick Helton, (615) 221-6603, rhelton@pvcre.com , Proventure

24 The Fountains of Glenbrook VIETNAM VETERANS BOULEVARD (SR 386) AND NEW SHACKLE ISLAND ROAD HENDERSONVILLE , 37075 Acreage: 42.31 Description: Zoning – Commercial PUD. Access – Vietnam Veterans at New Shackle Island Road. Contact: Stuart Wiston, (615) 239-0102, stuart@wistondev.com, Tiffany Pruett, (615) 370-8381, tiffany@pgmproperties.com , PGM Properties

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BRENTWOOD, 37027 Acreage: 1.15

I-65 & MCEWEN FRANKLIN , 37067 Acreage: 6 to 30

Price: $1.263 M Description: Zoning – C-1 . Access – approved for 15,500 SF building last 1 acre tract in established office park .

Description: Zoning – Commercial: office, hotel or retail. Access – I-65 at McEwen, new high volume interchange. Contact: Pat Emery, (615) 771-0440, pgemery@crescent-resources.com , Crescent Resources, LLC

Contact: Chris Grear, (615) 850-2700, cgrear@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville 26 Berry Farms I-65 & GOOSE CREEK BYPASS FRANKLIN , 37064 Acreage: 1 to 40 of office/ retail

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Description: Topography – Rolling. Zoning – Commercial PUD. Access – Visibility and quick access to I-65 and Goose Creek Bypass . Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric, fiber. Contact: Phil Fawcett, (615) 550-5580, pfawcett@boyle.com; Jeff Haynes, (615) 550-5578, jhaynes@boyle.com; Thomas McDaniel, (615) 550-5579, tmcdaniel@boyle.com , Boyle

30 Resource Centre East

28 Mallory Business Park BRENTWOOD, 37027 Acreage: 2.9 to 8.7

MCEWEN & CAROTHERS FRANKLIN , 37067 Acreage: 6 to 10

Price: $9 to $10 psf Description: Zoning – C3. Business park with all the utilities and infrastructure provided to right of way adjacent to the site. Contact: Wood Caldwell, (615) 250-8676, wcaldwell@southeastventure.com , Southeast Venture

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Description: Zoning – Commercial: office, hotel or retail. Access – I-65 at McEwen, new high volume interchange. Contact: Pat Emery, (615) 771-0440, pgemery@crescent-resources.com , Crescent Resources, LLC

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32 7007 Moores Lane

MALLORY AND JORDAN ROAD FRANKLIN , 37067 Acreage: 17.88

FRANKLIN , 37220 Acreage: 18.6

Description: Topography – Sloping. Zoning – GC . Access – 0.5 mile from I-65 McEwen Interchange. Utilities – Electric, gas, water and sewer. Contact: Coleman Aycock, (615) 884-2302, coleman.aycock@dukerealty.com , Duke Realty Corporation

Price: $3,500,000 Description: Zoning – Potential for rezoned mixed-use development. Contact: Tony Vaughn, (615) 850-2700, tvaughn@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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34 1 Glide Path Way LEBANON , 37087 Acreage: 6.03 Price: 12.00/psf Description: Topography – 4 lots . Zoning – B-3 . Access – interstate frontage, easy access . Contact: Catherine Collins, (615) 850-2700, ccollins@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

33 Carothers Crossing LIBERTY PIKE AND CAROTHERS FRANKLIN , 37067 Acreage: 21.78 Description: Topography – Sloping. Zoning – GC . Access – 1 mile from I-65 McEwen Interchange. Utilities – Electric, gas, water and sewer. Contact: Coleman Aycock, (615) 884-2302, coleman.aycock@dukerealty.com , Duke Realty Corporation

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Industrial Park HWY 12 SOUTH ASHLAND CITY, 37015 Acreage: 31

Price: $1,350,000 Description: Zoning – Commercial. Access – interstate visibility. Utilities – At at site. Contact: Larry Beadle, (615) 850-2700, lbeadle@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

Industrial/ Land Listings The following sites are industrial or land listings. For more information on the properties, use the number to find the corresponding listing in the following pages.

Price: $1,400,000 Description: Zoning – Industrial Light Mfg.. Access – Located on 4-lane highway. Utilities – All present, Industrial Wast Water system in park. Contact: James Fenton, Dir. Economic Development, (615) 418-1535, jamesfenton@cheatham connect.com , JECDB

38 MetroCenter NASHVILLE , 37228 Acreage: 0.91 to 22.36

CHEATHAM

Description: Topography – Flat. Zoning – IWD. Access – In place. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Jimmy Pickel, (615) 833-8716, jpickel@southeastventure.com , Southeast Venture

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37 6292 Highway 41-A PLEASANT VIEW, 37146 Acreage: 40.5 Price: $3,000,000 40

Description: Zoning – Commerical Development Opportunity. Access – 1660 feet of frontage on Hwy 41A . Utilities – Water/sewer, electrical available. Contact: Bill Hawkins, SIOR, (615) 256-3189, bhawkins@chco.com, Chas. Hawkins Company, Inc.

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39 Royal Park Business Center Airport North NASHVILLE , 37214 Acreage: 1 to 7 Description: Topography – Flat. Zoning – IWD. Access – In place. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Axson West, (615) 833-8716, awest@southeast venture.com , Southeast Venture

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41 916 Fourth Avenue North

43 3341 Whites Creek Pike

NASHVILLE , 37219 Acreage: 3.37

WHITES CREEK , 37189 Acreage: 3.9

Price: $3,370,000

Price: $1,400,000

Description: Topography – +3.37 acres or 146649 sf, previously approved for MUG, Geotech and Survey updated in 2007.

Description: Topography – Great visibility. Utilities – Water and sewer at site.

Contact: Martin Meyer, (615) 221-6610, mmeyer@pvcre.com, Proventure

Contact: Charlotte Ford, (615) 850-2700, cford@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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40 700 Benton Avenue NASHVILLE , 37204 Acreage: 2.218 Price: $950,000 Description: Topography – Major interstate exit on hill overlooking Downtown Nashville. Contact: Larry Beadle, (615) 850-2700, lbeadle@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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44 Myatt & Fant Industrial Drive

LESS THAN 1/2 MILE FROM I-65N NASHVILLE , 37207 Acreage: 3.66

LOT 4 NASHVILLE , 37115 Acreage: 4.01

Price: $750,000

Price: $500,000/$111,111 per acre

Description: Topography – Level. Utilities – All are available to the site.

Description: Topography – Relatively flat site. Access – I-65, Myatt Drive. Utilities – All utilities to site.

Contact: Alan Treadway, (615) 833-8716, atreadway@southeastventure.com , Southeast Venture

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DAVIDSON

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45 923 & 928 Myatt Industrial Drive

47 Waller Buick Building

49 Bethel Road & Cycle Lane

MADISON , 37115 Acreage: 4.1

176 LAFAYETTE NASHVILLE , 37210 Acreage: 4.85

GOODLETTSVILLE , 37072 Acreage: 5.5

Price: $330,000 Description: Utilities – All utilities at site. Contact: Tom Davis, (615) 850-2700, tdavis@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

DAVIDSON

Price: $250,000

Price: $2,200,000 Description: Topography – Level. Zoning – IWD. Access – 1/2 Mile to I-40W, 1 Mile to I-24/I-40. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Mike Russell, SIOR, (615) 300-7114, mrussell@horrellcompany.com; Ben McKnight, (615) 300-7545, bmcknight@horrellcompany.com , Horrell Company

Description: Topography – Vacant land located on the Davidson/ Robertson County line. Contact: John Gifford, (615) 850-2700, jgifford@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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DAVIDSON

46 1415 Lebanon Pike NASHVILLE , 37210 Acreage: 4.64

50 718 Murfreesboro Road NASHVILLE , 37210 Acreage: 6.29

Price: $875,000 Description: Topography – Perfect for Trailer/Truck/Equipment Storage Facility, BTS possible. Access – +1.5 miles from I-24 & I-40. Contact: Bo Fulk, (615) 221-6650, bfulk@pvcre.com , Proventure

48 4280 Sidco Drive

Price: $4,200,000 Description: Topography – Gently Sloping. Zoning – IR . Access – 1/10 Mile to Harding I-65 Interchange. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Mike Russell, SIOR, (615) 300-7114, mrussell@horrellcompany.com; Ben McKnight, (615) 300-7545, bmcknight@horrellcompany.com , Horrell Company

NASHVILLE

Price: $2,500,000/$397,456 per acre

NASHVILLE , 37204 Acreage: 4.9

Description: Topography – Level. Zoning – IR . Access – 915 ft. frontage along I-24 at I-40, Arlington Avenue, frontage on Murfreesboro Road. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Mike Russell, SIOR, (615) 300-7114, mrussell@horrell company.com; Ben McKnight, (615) 300-7545, bmcknight@horrell company.com , Horrell Company

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DAVIDSON

51 Cripple Turkey

53 2300 Clifton Ave.

55 Murfreesboro Road

900 RIVER BLUFF DRIVE MADISON , 37115 Acreage: 6.4

NASHVILLE , 37209 Acreage: 9.44

OLD HICKORY BLVD & WALDRON ROAD LA VERGNE , 37086 Acreage: 10.01

Price: $434,400 Description: Topography – Site ready. Zoning – IR-Industrial Restrictive, build-to-suit. Utilities – All including sewer and retention pond. Contact: Nathan Douglas, (615) 850-2700, ndouglas@nainashville.com, Tom Davis, (615) 850-2700, tdavis@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

Price: $95,000 per acre Description: Topography – Flat. Zoning – IR . Access – 3 miles to I-40, 0.5 miles to Charlotte Avenue. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Buist Richardson, (615) 727-7400, brichardson@ncres.com , Nashville Commercial

DAVIDSON

Description: Zoning – Commercial PUD overlay, Divisible. Access – Map 175, Parcel 196 . Utilities – Sewer Easement in place. Contact: Bill Hawkins, SIOR, (615) 256-3189, bhawkins@chco.com, Chas. Hawkins Company, Inc.

DAVIDSON

DAVIDSON

54 Westport Business Park CENTENNIAL BOULEVARD NASHVILLE , 37209 Acreage: 9.86 52 Old Hickory – Rayon City OLD HICKORY, 37138 Acreage: 7.13 Description: Topography – Build to suit, development opportunity. Contact: Bill Hawkins, SIOR, (615) 256-3189, bhawkins@chco.com , Chas. Hawkins Company, Inc.

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Price: $150,000/Acre Description: Zoning – IR . Access – Briley Pkwy at Centennial. Site can accommodate 1ac. To 9 acre sites . Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric .

56 Swinging Bridge Road OLD HICKORY, 37138 Acreage: 10.63 Price: 92,200/acre Description: Topography – Rail access . Contact: Tom Davis, (615) 850-2700, tdavis@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

Contact: Charley Hankla, (615) 301-2837, chankla@ctmt.com; Jimmy Love, (615) 301-2841, jlove@ctmt.com , Colliers Turley Martin Tucker

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DAVIDSON

57 Brick Church North Park

59 Ashland City Highway

61 Trinity Lane @ I-65N

I-24 & BRILEY PARKWAY, BRICK CHURCH PIKE NASHVILLE , 37214 Acreage: 12.8

ASHLAND CITY HWY, 1 MILE WEST OF BRILEY PARKWAY NASHVILLE , 37214 Acreage: 16.73

SOUTHWEST CORNER OF INTERSATE INTERCHANGE NASHVILLE , 37207 Acreage: 22.4

Description: Zoning – IWD. Access – I-65/I-24 Access, Interstate Visibility.

Price: $30,000 per acre

Price: $3,950,000

Description: Topography – 2 parcels together, Map 68, Parcels 27&28 . Zoning – Ar2a . Access – Excellent access to Briley Parkway.

Description: Zoning – MUL . Access – I-65N & Trinity Lane, great access and visibility.

Contact: Bill Hawkins, SIOR, (615) 256-3189, bhawkins@chco.com , Chas. Hawkins Company, Inc.

Contact: Bill Hawkins, SIOR, (615) 256-3189, bhawkins@chco.com, Chas. Hawkins Company, Inc.

DAVIDSON

Contact: Alan Treadway, (615) 833-8716, atreadway@southeast venture.com , Southeast Venture

DAVIDSON DAVIDSON

58 2506 Brick Church Pike NASHVILLE , 37207 Acreage: 13.37 Price: $485,000 Description: Topography – Vacant land with 7 acres on flat land . Utilities – All at site. Contact: Larry Beadle, (615) 850-2700, lbeadle@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

62 Rayon City 60 Airpark East COUCHVILLE PIKE NASHVILLE , 37217 Acreage: 21.58

ROBINSON ROAD & INDUSTRIAL DRIVE OLD HICKORY, 37138 Acreage: 27.81

Description: Topography – Flat to sloping. Zoning – IWD. Access – within 3 miles of I-40/I24 and BNA, Landscaped park entry. Utilities – Underground electric, gas, water and sewer.

Description: Topography – Flat Topography. Zoning – CS, Retail/ Commercial Sites Available. Access – Traffic Signal at Interchange.

Contact: Lonnie Russell, (615) 884-2311, lonnie.russell@dukerealty.com , Duke Realty Corporation

NASHVILLE

Contact: Bill Hawkins, SIOR, (615) 256-3189, bhawkins@chco.com, Chas. Hawkins Company, Inc.

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Slayden

Charlotte

D I C KS O N 70

72 73

Dickson D son Burns 74

46

40

DICKSON 63 Burkitt Land Site OLD HICKORY BOULEVARD ANTIOCH , 37013 Acreage: 64.23 Price: $60,719 per acre Description: Topography – Rolling. Zoning – IWD. Access – Just off I-24, near Murfreesboro Road. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer. Contact: Clinton Gilbreath, (615) 248-1119, cgilbreath@cbre.com, CB Richard Ellis

65 County Hospital Road NASHVILLE , 37218 Acreage: 120 Price: $35,000 per acre Description: Zoning – RES, Potential IWD zoning. Access – Briley Parkway & County Hospital Road. Contact: Brent Basham, (615) 727-7406, bbasham@ncres.com, Nashville Commercial

DAVIDSON DAVIDSON

67 Lot 10 Dickson County Industrial Park 130 WARREN G. MEDLEY DRIVE DICKSON , 37055 Acreage: 22 to 125 Price: $15-35,000 per acre Description: Topography – Pad Ready. Zoning – Industrial. Access – 4 miles from I-40. Utilities – Gas, Sewer, Water & Electric .

66 ABC Old Hickory 64 Briley & Brick Church Lane BRILEY PARKWAY & BRICK CHURCH PIKE NASHVILLE , 37207 Acreage: 65.37 Price: $18,000 per acre Description: Access – 1 mile to I-24, adjacent to Briley Parkway. Utilities – All utilities . Contact: Terry Smith, (615) 850-2724, tsmith@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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631 BURNETT ROAD OLD HICKORY, 37138 Acreage: 174

Contact: David Hamilton, (615) 446-2349, david@dicksoncounty chamber.com , Dickson County Chamber

Price: $45,000 per acre Description: Topography – Favorable. Zoning – IG . Access – Highway access via Old Hickory Boulevard (SR 45), 8 miles from I-65, 10 miles from I-40. Utilities – None. Contact: Don Kent, (615) 248-1108, don.kent@cbre.com, CB Richard Ellis

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DICKSON Spring S p Hill

M AU RY 431

396 76 412

75 43

Columbia C olum

77

Mount Pleasant M s 65

US HWY. 31 & NORTHPOINTE BOULEVARD, 2 PARCELS, BOULEVARD SITE COLUMBIA , 38401 Acreage: 30 to 90 Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – 11 miles to interstate, 0.25 miles to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric .

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Contact: Frank Tamberrino, (931) 388-2155, frank@mauryalliance.com , Maury Alliance

68 Lot 11 Dickson County

Industrial Park 131 WARREN G. MEDLEY DRIVE DICKSON , 37055 Acreage: 22 Price: $15-35,000 per acre Description: Topography – Pad Ready. Zoning – Industrial. Access – 4 miles from I-40. Utilities – Gas, Sewer, Water & Electric . Contact: David Hamilton, (615) 446-2349, david@dicksoncountychamber.com, Dickson County Chamber

DICKSON

69 Turnball Park, Hogan Road DICKSON , 37055 Acreage: 600 Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – Adjacent to SR-840, 3 miles to Hwy. 46/I-40 exit. Utilities – Electric, water, gas, on-site disposal system . Contact: Michael Stevenson, michael@unitedstatesequities.com , United States Equities

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MONTGOMERY 24

79

79 374

Clarksville vi e 41A

78

M O NTGOM ERY

MONTGOMERY 71 Royal Park Site ROYAL PARK BOULEVARD & KEDRON ROAD SPRING HILL , 37174 Acreage: 261

SR-237 CLARKSVILLE , 37043 Acreage: 660

Description: Topography – Flat. Zoning – Industrial and commercial. Access – 0.7 miles to interstate, adjacent to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric .

Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – Adjacent to interstate, 1 mile to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric .

Contact: Frank Tamberrino, (931) 388-2155, frank@maury alliance.com , Maury Alliance

Contact: Mike Evans, (931) 647-2331, cmcidb@clarksville.tn.us, Montgomery County ECD

MAURY

74 Phase II, I-24 at Exit #8

Price: Negotiable

73 Corporate Business Park MATTHEWS TUCKER PORT SITE CLARKSVILLE , 37142 Acreage: 100 431

Price: Negotiable

84

Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – 8 miles to interstate, mile 135 on Cumberland River, 0.25 miles to highway. Utilities – Electric . Contact: Mike Evans, (931) 647-2331, cmcidb@clarksville.tn.us, Montgomery County ECD

Orlinda

ROBERTSON 41

87

31W

85

49

Springfield Sp p 76

86

65

Wh W hit h ite House 82 83 80

Coopertown Co e ow 24

Greenbr brie br rie ie er 31W 41

72 Cherry Glenn Industrial Park HWY. 43 & WILLIAM SPRINGS ROAD MT. PLEASANT, 38474 Acreage: 422 Price: $10,000 per acre Description: Topography – Level. Zoning – Industrial. Access – 18 miles to interstate, adjacent to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Frank Tamberrino, (931) 388-2155, frank@maury alliance.com , Maury Alliance

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ROBERTSON

75 White House Brinkley Industrial Park

77 White House Interstate Industrial Park

INDUSTRIAL DRIVE & SOUTH COURT DRIVE WHITE HOUSE , 37148 Acreage: 6 to 41

HESTER DRIVE WHITE HOUSE , 37188 Acreage: 10 to 47

Price: Negotiable Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – Adjacent to I65 . Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric .

Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – Adjacent to interstate, 0.5 miles to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric .

Contact: Jim Brinkley, (615) 672-3980 ext.18, Jim@JimBrinkleyRealtors.com , Jim Brinkley Realtors, Inc.

Contact: Rod Kirk, (615) 384-3800, rkirk@robertsonchamber.org, Robertson County Chamber of Commerce ED

Contact: Rod Kirk, (615) 384-3800, rkirk@robertsonchamber.org, Robertson County Chamber of Commerce ED

ROBERTSON

ROBERTSON

ROBERTSON

76 TN/KY Industrial Park LAKE SPRINGS ROAD & EUBANKS ROAD PORTLAND, 37148 Acreage: 10 to 650 Price: Negotiable

79 North Industrial Park Property HWY. 41 N. & PINNACLE DRIVE SPRINGFIELD, 37172 Acreage: 65 Price: $17,000 per acre

Price: $50,000 per acre

78 White House - Tate Site

80 York Road

INDUSTRIAL DRIVE WHITE HOUSE , 37148 Acreage: 21

COOPERTOWN , 37172 Acreage: 110

Price: Negotiable

Description: Topography – Large flat site. Zoning – Industrial. Access – Adjacent to I-24 and Hwy. 49. Utilities – Water, gas and electric to site.

Price: $2,000,000/$18,182 per acre

Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – Adjacent to I-65 . Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric .

Description: Topography – Flat. Zoning – IG . Access – Adjacent to I-65 . Utilities – All utilities available.

Contact: Denise Geminden, (615) 325-6776, geminden@cityof portlandtn.gov, City of Portland or Rod Kirk, (615)-384-3800 rkirk@robertsonchamber.org, Robertson County Chamber of Commerce ED

Contact: Harold Tate, (615) 405-4501

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Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – 12 miles to I65 & I24, adjacent to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric .

Contact: Randy Wolcott, (615) 376-3248, rwolcott@pvcre.com, Proventure

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La L a Vergne Vergn ergne ne 95 88 90 93 98 94 89

840

92

RUTHERF ORD 24

96

Murfreesboro M

97

99 41 96 100 91

70S

Eagleville 231

81 Jackie Guthrie Site BILL JONES AND INDUSTRIAL DRIVE SPRINGFIELD, 37172 Acreage: 270

84 Waldron Road Business Center

Price: $20,000 per acre

RUTHERFORD

WALDRON ROAD & CHARTER ROAD LAVERGNE , 37086 Acreage: 2.38 Price: $200,000 per acre

Description: Zoning – Agricultural, Industrial if needed . Access – 12 miles to I65 & I24, Rail access feasible. Utilities – All utilties available.

Description: Topography – Divisible. Access – Immediate access to I-24 . Utilities – Gas, sewer & high pressure water line.

Contact: Rod Kirk, (615) 384-3800, rkirk@robertsonchamber.org, Robertson County Chamber of Commerce ED

Contact: Randy Wolcott, (615) 376-3248, rwolcott@pvcre.com , Proventure

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RUTHERFORD 83 Mason Road LAVERGNE , 37086 Acreage: 1 Price: $125,000 Description: Topography – Only small site available. Contact: Randy Wolcott, (615) 376-3248, rwolcott@pvcre.com , Proventure

82 Lloyd Keyt Site HIGHWAY 41 N. & W. JOHNSON ROAD SPRINGFIELD, 37172 Acreage: 550 Price: $18,000 per acre Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – 12 miles to I65 & I24, adjoining to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Chris Schmeisser, (615) 301-2800, cschmeisser@ctmt.com , Colliers Turley Martin Tucker

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85 1535 Heil Quaker Blvd. INTERCHANGE CITY, 37086 Acreage: 3.27 Price: Build to suit Description: Topography – Available for Build to Suit 10,000-25,000 sf. Contact: Randy Wolcott, (615) 376-3248, rwolcott@pvcre.com , Proventure

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RUTHERFORD

86 460 Butler Road

88 CentrePointe

90 Three Oaks, Phase III

MURFREESBORO, 37127 Acreage: 5.27

I-24 & WALDRON ROAD LAVERGNE , 37086 Acreage: 10 to 50

MASON ROAD LAVERGNE , 37086 Acreage: 17

Description: Topography – 2.3 million SF of warehouses can be built on the property. Access – I-24 and Waldron Road.

Description: Zoning – Industrial, Built to Suit, Pad Ready Land Site. Utilities – On Site.

Price: $85,000 per acre Description: Topography – Level. Zoning – Industrial. Access – 1 mile off 231 S., 2 miles from I-24, off South Church Street in Murfreesboro. Utilities – All available. Contact: Mike Russell, SIOR, (615) 300-7114, mrussell@horrell company.com; Ben McKnight, (615) 300-7545, bmcknight@horrell company.com , Horrell Company

Contact: Pat Emery, (615) 771-0440, pgemery@crescent-resources.com , Crescent Resources, LLC

RUTHERFORD

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87 Smyrna Industrial Park HWY 41 & SAM RIDLEY PKWY SMYRNA , 37167 Acreage: 8.41 Description: Zoning – Industrial, Divisble. Access – Adjacent to Smyrna Airport Terminal. Utilities – All on Site. Contact: John Ward, SIOR, (615) 301-2834, jward@ctmt.com , Colliers Turley Martin Tucker

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Contact: John Ward, SIOR, (615) 301-2834, jward@ctmt.com, David McGahren, SIOR, 615-301-2810, dmcgahren@ctmt.com, Doug Howard, SIOR, 615-301-2818, dhoward@ctmt.com , Colliers Turley Martin Tucker

89 CentrePointe CENTREPOINTE DRIVE & WALDRON ROAD LAVERGNE , 37086 Acreage: 10.68 Description: Zoning – Retail / Industrial. Access – I-24 Visibilty. Contact: David McGahren, SIOR, (615) 301-2810, dmcgahren@ctmt.com, Peggy Sells, (615) 301-2939, psells@ctmt.com , Colliers Turley Martin Tucker

91 Enon Springs Road SMYRNA , 37167 Acreage: 20 Price: $90,000 per acre Description: Topography – Level. Zoning – Potential I-2 . Access – 5 miles to I-24, Almaville Road. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Buist Richardson, (615) 727-7400, brichardson@ncres.com , Nashville Commercial

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Portland

31W

52

104 102

65

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110

White House

31E

112

107 108 101 111

103

Gal Gallatin G 105 106

Hendersonville lle

92 I-840 & Almaville Road

94 Lassiter Land

MURFREESBORO, 37128 Acreage: 44

MURFREESBORO, 37130 Acreage: 95

Price: $3,600,000

Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – 1 mile to I-24 .

Description: Utilities – Water & Electric to site, no sewer. Contact: Joe Schrott, (615) 850-2700, jschrott@nainashville.com, NAI Nashville

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SUMNER

Contact: John Ward, (615) 301-2834, jward@ctmt.com , Colliers Turley Martin Tucker

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RUTHERFORD 96 Tract 4 Gallatin Industrial Center GATEWAY DRIVE GALLATIN , 37066 Acreage: 15 Price: $9,000 Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – 16 miles to I-40, 3 miles to Hwy. 109, city-owned industrial park. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric. 95 Elam Farms Site Build to Suit 93 I-24 & Waldron Road LAVERGNE , 37086 Acreage: 90 Description: Topography – Property is being graded I-24 frontage. Contact: Randy Wolcott, (615) 376-3248, rwolcott@pvcre.com , Proventure

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MURFREESBORO, 37219 Acreage: 100

Contact: Clay Walker, (615) 451-5940, clay.walker@gallatin-tn.gov, City of Gallatin

Description: Zoning – Light Industrial, master plan park . Access – Adjacent to I-24 . Contact: Dave McGahren, (615) 301-2810, dmcgahren@ctmt.com , Colliers Turley Martin Tucker

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97 Buntin Site HWY. 52 & 31 W. PORTLAND, 37148 Acreage: 18.9 Price: $35,000 per acre Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – 0.75 mile to interstate, adjoining to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Jeb Atkinson, 615) 221-6627, jatkinson@pvcre.com, Proventure

SUMNER

98 Highway 52 & Highway 31 PORTLAND, 37148 Acreage: 32 Price: 6.00 psf Description: Zoning – Commercial. Access – Close to I-65 and Industrial Park . Contact: Catherine Collins, (615) 850-2700, ccollins@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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99 81 Jones Property CAIRO ROAD GALLATIN , 37066 Acreage: 35 Price: $35,000 per acre Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – 15 miles to I-40, 2 miles to Hwy 109, Rail access feasible. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Clay Walker, (615) 451-5940, clay.walker@gallatin-tn.gov, City of Gallatin

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101 84 Haynes Airport Road AIRPORT & COLES FERRY ROAD GALLATIN , 37066 Acreage: 66.8 Price: $55,000 per acre Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – 14 miles to I-40, 1 mile to Hwy. 109. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Clay Walker, (615) 451-5940, clay.walker@gallatin-tn.gov, City of Gallatin

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100 Halo Cairo Road Property CAIRO ROAD GALLATIN , 37066 Acreage: 43.66 Price: $30,000 per acre Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – 15 miles to I-40, 2 miles to Hwy 109. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Clay Walker, (615) 451-5940, clay.walker@gallatin-tn.gov, City of Gallatin

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102 Johnson Site PORTLAND, 37148 Acreage: 100 Description: Zoning – Agricultural. Access – 3 miles to interstate, adjacent to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, electric . Contact: Denise Geminden, (615) 325-6776, geminden@cityofportlandtn.gov, City of Portland

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103 Gallatin Industrial Center, Phase II AIRPORT ROAD & GATEWAY DRIVE GALLATIN, 37066 Acreage: 207 Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – 16 miles to I-40, 3 miles to Hwy. 109, city-owned industrial park. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric. Contact: Clay Walker, (615) 451-5940, clay.walker@gallatin-tn.gov, City of Gallatin

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104 Earp Property OLD HWY. 109 N GALLATIN , 37066 Acreage: 380 Price: $20,000 per acre Description: Zoning – Agricultural. Access – Rail access feasible, 17 miles to interstate, Adjacent to Hwy 109. Contact: Clay Walker, (615) 451-5940, clay.walker@gallatin-tn.gov, City of Gallatin

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105 Bill Collins Site

106 Eastgate Tech Center

108 Park 840

PORTLAND, 37148 Acreage: 600

6200 EAST DIVISION STREET LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 9.06

CENTRAL PIKE & SR-840 LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 10-120

Description: Zoning – Light Manufacturing & Distribution . Access – I-40 at Highway 109.

Price: $65,000 - $70,000 per acre

Description: Zoning – Agricultural. Access – 4 miles to interstate, 0.5 miles to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, electric . Contact: Denise Geminden, (615) 325-6776, geminden@cityofportlandtn.gov, City of Portland

Description: Topography – Frontage on 840. Land available for users or developers in established business park . Utilities – All.

Contact: John Ward, SIOR, (615) 301-2834, jward@ctmt.com, Doug Howard, SIOR, (615) 301-2818, dhoward@ctmt.com , Colliers Turley Martin Tucker

Contact: Martin Meyer, (615) 221-6610, mmeyer@pvcre.com , Proventure

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WILSON Mt. Juliett 70

131

122 114

40

125

129 L banon Lebanon 130 115 126 121 120 40 123 116 118 119 70 231

128 124

127

117

Watertown

840 84

W ILSON

107 Business Park Drive Cul-de-sac

109 Watertown Industrial Park WATERTOWN , 37184 Acreage: 18.74

LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 10

Price: $15,000 per acre

Price: 75,000/acre Description: Topography – Divisible. Zoning – Light industrial. Utilities – All at site. Contact: Larry Beadle, (615) 850-2700, lbeadle@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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Description: Topography – Relatively flat. Zoning – Industrial. Access – 13 miles to interstate, 0.25 miles to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: G.C. Hixson, (615) 443-1210, gchixson@doingbiz.org , JECD

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110 Park 840 Logistic CENTRAL PIKE LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 22.8 Description: Topography – Flat (Pad Ready). Zoning – M-4 . Access – Direct Access to SR-840 and Hwy 109 Landscaped park entry. Utilities – Electric, gas, water and sewer. Contact: Lonnie Russell, (615) 884-2311, lonnie.russell@dukerealty.com , Duke Realty Corporation

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111 Lebanon Smart Park LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 24 Description: Topography – Relatively flat. Zoning – Industrial. Access – 1 mile to interstate, < 1 mile to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: G.C. Hixson, (615) 443-1210, gchixson@doingbiz.org , JECD

WILSON

113 Commerce Farms Build to Suit HWY. 109 & FRANKLIN ROAD LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 40.94 Description: Topography – Rolling. Zoning – Industrial. Access – 1.25 miles to interstate, adjacent to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: G.C. Hixson, (615) 443-1210, gchixson@doingbiz.org , JECD

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112 109 Business Park ADJACENT TO 109 INDUSTRIAL PARK LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 35 Price: 50,000/acre Description: Zoning – Light industrial, could be retail. Utilities – All utilities including sewer at site. Contact: Larry Beadle, (615) 850-2700, lbeadle@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

114 Beckwith Farms Build to Suit HWY. 109 N. LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 48 Price: $65,000 per acre Description: Topography – Gently rolling. Zoning – Industrial. Access – 3 miles to interstate, adjacent to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: G.C. Hixson, (615) 443-1210, gchixson@doingbiz.org , JECD

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115 Ligdon Farms

117 Rockdale Distribution Center

118 111 Safari Camp Road

2900 CALLIS ROAD LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 53

LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 102

LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 103.9

Price: Build-to-suit or land only

Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – Adjacent to SR-840. Utilities – All.

Price: 27,500/acre Description: Topography – Fenced farm, sewer within 1 mile. Zoning – Potential industrial development.

Description: Topography – Level. Zoning – Industrial. Access – 5 miles to interstate, adjacent to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric .

Contact: Rusty Longhurst, (615) 850-2700, rlonghurst@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

Contact: Jeb Atkinson, (615) 221-6627, jatkinson@pvcre.com , Proventure

WILSON

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Robertson County

116 Nashville East Logistics Park SR-840 & COUCHVILLE PIKE MT. JULIET, 37122 Acreage: 100 Price: $150,000 per acre Description: Topography – Level. Zoning – Industrial. Access – 10 miles to interstate, adjacent to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: G.C. Hixson, (615) 443-1210, gchixson@doingbiz.org , JECD

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119 Farm 840 CENTRAL PIKE LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 158 Description: Topography – Sloping. Zoning – M-4 . Access – Direct Access to SR-840 and Hwy 109. Utilities – Electric, water, sewer access . Contact: Lonnie Russell, (615) 884-2311, lonnie.russell@dukerealty.com , Duke Realty Corporation

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120 Couchville Pike Business Center SR-840 & COUCHVILLE PIKE LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 164 Description: Zoning – Industrial. Access – Adjacent to SR-840. Utilities – All. Contact: Don Kent, CBRE, (615) 248-1108, dkent@cbre.com , CB Richard Ellis

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121 Bell Farm WEST SIDE OF HIGHWAY 109 LEBANON , 37090 Acreage: 165 Price: 55,000/acre Description: Topography – Flat. Zoning – Light industrial. Utilities – Sewer and water on site. Contact: Larry Beadle, (615) 850-2700, lbeadle@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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122 Safari Camp Road LEBANON , 37088 Acreage: 282 Price: $7,755,000/$27,500 per acre Description: Topography – Hilly. Zoning – Industrial. Access – Adjacent to I-40, 1.8 miles to interchange, I-40 between Hwy. 109 and SR-840. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: Terry Smith, (615) 850-2724, tsmith@nainashville.com , NAI Nashville

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123 Baltz Farm EAST DIVISION STREET & BECKWITH ROAD MT. JULIET, 37122 Acreage: 695 Price: $55,000 per acre Description: Topography – Gently rolling. Zoning – Industrial. Access – 2 miles to interstate, 1.7 miles to highway. Utilities – Gas, water, sewer, electric . Contact: G.C. Hixson, (615) 443-1210, gchixson@doingbiz.org , JECD

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41 H i g h wo o ds P r o p e rti e s

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45 R o b e rts o n Co u n t y C h a m b e r o f Co m m e rc e & EDP

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1 6 D i c k s o n Co u n t y C h a m b e r o f Co m m e r c e

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