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For entrepreneurs and those looking to grow their business in the greater Nashville area, the city offers many small and large scale commercial real estate options. In a recent survey of office space vacancies, the city of Nashville has a wide variety of options starting at around $1.40 - $1.95 a square foot for 4,000 square feet and more. Small Nashville executive suite offices start at around $479 a month for furnished offices and suites, tied with a variety of amenities (shared space, admin support, 24 hour access, parking and security, etc.) that help business thrive while keeping their overhead low. We work with all types of companies (law firms, health care, finance and mortgage, consultants, counselors, advertising and media outlets, etc.) and we can help you find your next office no matter how many employees you have. From call centers and bullpens, to open floor plans, office space heaven offers a wide variety of vacant office buildings and business centers that have temporary and short term lease agreeements (perfect for the start up or private professional like a real estate or insurance agent). Our service for renters is 100% FREE and when you work with our network of local agents you will save time, money, and headaches that typically come with searching for the ideal office suite for rent. We also have serviced commercial properties available for rent in Memphis, Franklin, Brentwood and more. Nashville is a city located in The Davidson county area with an estimated population of 655,140 at the core and has a large scale metropolitan population at around 1.65 million residents.  If you need help finding a warehouse, land, salon, etc. then just reach out to us here.  We have spaces from 99 SF up to 50,000 SF for the larger conventional type warehouses with yard space. 
Economy / Business: The economic picture of the city of Nashville relies heavily on a variety of different industries. One of the larger economic areas is publishing, specifically music publishing. The area is home to the four big record labels and several large independent labels all producing country music. Aside from music, the area is a major hub for insurance, religious publishing, finance, and a variety of others. Some of the larger companies in and around the city include, Baldwin Piano Company, Caremark Rx, Credential, LifeWay Christian Resources, Vanguard Health Systems, Pinnacle Financial, Country Music Television, Central Parking Corporation and many other large companies. Some of the larger corporations are listed in the Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 lists. The unemployment rate of Nashville has been a little higher than the rest of the country, but the cost of living in Nashville is respectable which helps keeps the city inviting for new residents and companies. It is wise to research the local tax and business laws (business license, etc.) to make sure you are ready to do business before you start touring office spaces and consider signing a lease.
Transportation / Education: The Nashville area has a large airport, Nashville International Airport is one of the busiest in the nation. Commuting to work is always a concern and businesses in Nashville are no different. For many employees, public transit is a must and Nashville offers the Nashville MTA. Additionally the airport offers nearly 40,000 jobs to the local economy. Nashville is a major hub for education, as well as business. There are several higher education centers in and around the greater metropolitan area. Some of the colleges and universities nearby include, Vanderbilt University, Trevecca Nazarene University, Lipscomb University, Belmont University, Frisk University and much more.