Florida Georgia Line To Open Nashville Creative Complex

Florida Georgia Line

Florida Georgia Line will combine several of their business ventures in a soon-to-be opened creative complex at 21st Ave. S. in Nashville’s Hillsboro Village. FGL’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard first detailed plans for the space in 2015, when the duo purchased two buildings located at 1910 and 1912 21st Ave. S.

The complex will include the headquarters for FGL’s music publishing company Tree Vibez Music, as well as Tribe Kelley Trading Post, the home base for FGL member Kelley’s wife Brittney’s clothing brand, which she launched in 2014. Additionally, the complex will include a new private meeting/event space called Meet+Greet.

“We’re so excited to build and create a space for professionals to feel inspired and creative,” shares Tyler Hubbard. “We hope to bring something new and innovative to Nashville.”

Kelley agrees, “Passionate people inspire other passionate people. We thrive on letting our imaginations run wild and can’t wait to see what this city dreams up together.”

1910 and 1912 21st Ave. S., Nashville from 2015. Photo: Google Maps

Tree Vibez, which launched in 2015, is home to writers including Corey Crowder, James McNair, Cameron Montgomery, RaeLynn, Daniel Ross and Jordan Schmidt.

The complex is the latest entrepreneurial venture for the duo, who opened the downtown Nashville restaurant/entertainment venue FGL House in 2017, and launched their own easy-drinking spirit Old Camp Peach Pecan Whiskey, in 2016.

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