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February 2019

Office Tenants Tap Nashville Design-Build Team for TI Projects

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Friday February 8, 2019

Office Tenants Tap Nashville Design-Build Team for TI Projects

Coworking firm Spaces, a subsidiary of the largest flexible office provider in the world Regus, opened its doors on the first and second floors of Mallory Green last month. Al. Neyer’s design-build team completed the Tenant Improvement work for the modern, welcoming, 43,000-SF space.

Additionally, Al. Neyer and partner New York Life Real Estate Investors are gearing up for more new faces at the 178,000 SF office development in Franklin, TN. The five-story building, a project in which Al. Neyer served as developer and design-builder, will soon welcome two new tenants.

Professional technology services firm Talestry has leased 2,526 SF of space on the second floor, and third-party logistics and supply chain management provider C.H. Robinson has leased 6,561 SF of space on the first floor. Al. Neyer’s design-build team has begun the build-out for C.H. Robinson and expects the TI project to be complete by June of 2019.

Best-In-Class

The state-of-the-art property, recently recognized as Tennessee’s first Wired Certified building for its best-in-class internet connectivity, continues to attract the modern office user with its vibrant offerings. To learn more about the Mallory Green project, click here.

Brokerage team J.T. Martin, Taylor Hillenmeyer and Janelle Gallagher with CBRE are handling leasing; click here for more information.


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