In light of the commercial construction frenzy that began in 2010, standing out in CRE development in Nashville is harder than it was four years ago. Consequently, at Southeast Venture, we never take it for granted when our peers recognize one of our developments as a favorite building in Nashville.
The “Deftly Designed” article in Nashville Post magazine’s latest “Boom” issue is an ode to structures built during the building boom that represent the city’s trend towards urban design. 12South Flats, which we developed in a 50|50 partnership with H.G. Hill Realty Co. in 2013, was among the favorite buildings chosen by local architects and developers.
The article included a great quote by Adam Leibowitz, a managing partner of Double A Development. Leibowitz stated, “As 12South thrives as a great walkable neighborhood, 12South Flats blends in perfectly to continue that trend. The overall building is deceptively large yet the scale and design of the front elevation keeps it from looking overwhelming for the neighborhood. I find that the storefront level specifically has a high-end, classic look that draws your attention. 12South Flats is a strong bookend for the commercial stretch of 12South and is a great example of timeless culture.”
Nashville Post’s recent listing of the “CRE 50” of 2011 included two familiar faces from Southeast Venture: Randy Parham and Axson West. The feature highlights 50 commercial real estate pros who are making moves throughout Middle Tennessee.
Check out Randy and Axson’s profiles from the article.
Congratulations to both of them!
Nashville CRE Links
- Downtown Nashville building fetches $625,000 — Nashville Business Journal (link)
- Parking lot battleground might get apartments — Tennessean (link)
- Permit Patrol: 19 August 2011 — Nashville Post (link)
- Real estate notes: Wonton Foods buys La Vergne facility — Nashville Post — (link)
- Windham Professionals — Southeast Venture blog (link)
Nashville CRE Links
- Bar Louie restaurant coming to the Gulch — Nashville Business Journal (link)
- First Industrial sells Antioch park — Nashville Post (link)
- Local rentals rally — Tennessean (link)
- Nashville Sounds’ Stadium will get full debate — Tennessean (link)
- Parnassus finds home in Green Hills, alternative site to be auctioned — Nashville Post (link)
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