NewsroomAugust 2019National Law Firm Ditches Downtown, Heads to Williamson CountyNewsroom Archives 2019 OctoberSeptemberAugustJulyJuneMayAprilFebruaryJanuary 2018 DecemberNovemberOctoberAugustJulyJuneMayAprilFebruaryJanuary 2017 NovemberOctoberSeptemberAugustJulyJuneMayAprilJanuary 2016 DecemberNovemberOctoberSeptemberAugustJulyJuneMayAprilMarchFebruaryJanuary 2015 DecemberSeptemberJulyJuneAprilMarchFebruaryJanuary 2014 DecemberSeptemberMarch 2013 DecemberAugustJulyMarch Thursday August 22, 2019 National Law Firm Ditches Downtown, Heads to Williamson County Law firm Gordon and Rees has announced its move to become a Mallory Green tenant. Mallory Green, our debut project in Nashville, includes a Phase I Class A office building of 178,000 SF in the Cool Springs submarket. From the Nashville Business Journal: Downtown’s traffic crunch has driven one of Nashville’s newest law firms to Williamson County. San Francisco-based Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani — which launched its Nashville office last year — has moved its office from a co-working space inside SoBro’s 222 building to Cool Springs’ Mallory Green development. The firm is taking over 3,600 square feet of space, according to a news release. Heather Gwinn Pabon, the firm’s local managing partner, attributed the move to increasing frustrations for clients and employees over navigating traffic in downtown. “Our first priority is always our clients, and, in speaking with them and conducting our own market research, it became clear to us that Williamson County was a better option for achieving our long-term goals: providing the highest level of legal services at reasonable rates and making ourselves as accessible as possible to our clients,” she said in a statement. “Furthermore, our relocation is in sync with our ongoing dedication and consideration for quality of life for our attorneys and staff.” Read more here from Meg Garner at the Nashville Business Journal. About The Project Mallory Green is a 178,000 SF Class A office building in Cool Springs, TN. The five-story building features floor-to-ceiling glass, with curtain wall construction, and large open floor plates that open the office and give it an abundance of natural light. The initial phase includes approximately 950 surface parking spaces and 85 reserved parking spaces beneath the building. The four acres of protected green space on the site offers leisure paths leading over a natural stream, connecting to more than 45 restaurants located within walking distance of the building. The Mallory Green tenant list capitalizes on the property’s convenient access to Interstate I-65 and numerous amenities, and its ability to provide employees with more than a place to work. Learn more about our work in Nashville here. Recent NewsThursday November 14, 2019Al. Neyer pursuing 480,000-square-foot development in Westmoreland CountyWednesday October 23, 2019Al. Neyer named to the 2019 Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100Wednesday October 2, 20195 inductees, including 3 women, join Cincinnati Business Hall of Fame at Thursday eventThursday September 26, 2019Durham ready for Black Wall Street resurgence, investor says. Is Cincinnati the model?