Sony Music Nashville has reached an agreement to relocate its Nashville staff members in 2016 into the new Gulch tower, 1201 Demonbreun.
John Eakin, Manager of Eakin Partners says, “We are super excited to have a high profile tenant like Sony to be one of our initial lead tenants.”
Construction of the building started at the beginning of August and is scheduled to be complete in October 2016. The new structure will consist of 15 stories and offer panoramic views of downtown Nashville. With parking becoming such a hot commodity, this development provides 940 parking spaces and a green roof amenity deck on the sixth floor. This feature will provide additional event space for tenants.
The office building will feature a two-story lobby, floor-to-ceiling glass, an energy-efficient design, and a virtually column-free floor plan. Typical floors are approximately 26,000 rentable square feet. Planned amenities for the building include a bank branch, a restaurant and a fitness facility.
Previously reported, Vanderbilt University paid $12.1 million in July to acquire Sony Music Nashville’s current headquarters on Music Row located at 1400 18th Avenue S.
William Morris Endeavor Nashville announced earlier this year it will relocate its approximately 80 Nashville staff members into the same new Gulch tower in 2016.
Eakin Partners Commercial Real Estate will manage and lease the building.
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