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Former A-Game Developer Pursues New Cool Springs Project

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Tuesday September 20, 2016

Former A-Game Developer Pursues New Cool Springs Project

Ryan Howze
The Tennessean

“The former A-Game Sportsplex developer is planning to make a return to Williamson County.

The 18-acre property, located at 3775 Mallory Lane, is owned by Duke Realty Corp. Lonnie Russell, vice president of leasing for the realty group, said it is under contract with Al. Neyer for the property and plans to close on the deal by the end of the yea

Rob Gage, vice president of real estate development with Al. Neyer’s Nashville office, said plans include a five-story, 175,000 square foot Class A office building and two hotels in the project’s first phase. Al. Neyer is in the process of filing planning documents with the city of Franklin, Gage said.

“We’re very excited about the market,” Gage said. “There is a lack of supply (in the area) especially when 99 percent is already occupied … What little supply is being built, it’s mostly already all leased.”

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