$750 million North Gulch development lands health care tenant

Nashville Business Journal

Publix Super Markets Inc. and HCA Healthcare Inc. are getting a new neighbor.

Nashville-based health-tech company ProviderTrust Inc. will move into a new 20,000-square-foot office at the downtown Capitol View development later this month, the company announced Thursday. ProviderTrust will be on the second floor of the building at 406 11th Ave. N., above the planned Publix grocery store that is set to open this year, according to a news release.

ProviderTrust joins several high-profile tenants in the $750 million mixed-use development, which is helping drive a boom along Charlotte Avenue. LifeWay Christian Resources and HCA (NYSE: HCA) subsidiaries HealthTrust, Parallon and Sarah Cannon Research Institute already have offices at the development. Health care IT company HealthStream Inc. (Nasdaq: HSTM) will move its corporate headquarters to Capitol View this year, while co-working giant WeWork Cos. announced plans last month to open a 65,000-square-foot space in the same building.

ProviderTrust, which works with health care providers to ensure they are in compliance with federal and state exclusion lists, has 80 Nashville employees, but projects to employ as many as 100 by the end of the year. According to Nashville Business Journal research, the company generated $11.7 million of revenue in 2018 from its current 8,500 square-foot office, located at 2300 Charlotte Ave.

“With ProviderTrust’s continued rapid growth and the launch of our fourth product in nine years, it made perfect sense to move to Capitol View, which sits at the intersection of health care and technology in Nashville,” co-founder and Partner Michael Rosen said in the release.

With the addition of ProviderTrust, the office space in the mixed-use building at Capitol View is filled, according to the release, although there is space left in the 300,000-square-foot Block E building, which opens in mid-April. Capitol View also houses 378 residential units, several shops and restaurants, a pair of hotels and a public park.

“With ProviderTrust’s move to Capitol View, a major block of office space in the district is now completely leased and another block is leasing fast,” Thomas McDaniel, a partner at Capitol View developer Boyle Investment Co., said in the release. “Not only are office and retail spaces filling quickly, The Residences at Capitol View are now over halfway leased. We’re excited about the enthusiasm of the tenants making the move to Capitol View and the momentum of the district.”

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Brentwood Farmer’s Market 2019 season approved by planning commissioners

Brentwood Home Page

With Spring in full swing and summer days on the way, the Brentwood Farmer’s Market is gearing up to begin its 2019 season in May.

Brentwood leaders on the city’s Planning Commission approved the limited duration event and its logistics at its April 1 meeting this past Monday.

The market will set up in its usual spot, on the green at CityPark Brentwood every Thursday evening from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Its season will include 14 events beginning on May 16 and running through Oct. 17.

The Brentwood market is managed by Kasi Haire who also runs the Nolensville and Berry Farms Farmer’s Markets in Williamson County.

Vendors will be set up in CityPark’s green area as well as the drive in front of the Hilton Garden Inn Hotel. Traffic cones will help restrict vehicles from driving through the area where vendors are set up.

The Brentwood Farmer’s Market is now accepting applications for its 2019 season. For more information, visit the market’s website here.

CityPark Brentwood is located at 7100 Executive Center Drive.

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WeWork to take space at Capitol View

Nashville Post

Service business will join HealthStream in soon-to-open office tower

Officials with New York-based WeWork parent The We Company announced Thursday their third location in Nashville will be at Capitol View, with the space to span about 65,000 square feet across two floors at a soon-to-open building to be anchored by HealthStream.

The office will open this fall, according to release. The 10-story building spans 300,000 square feet and will be joined by an adjacent parking garage and a Hampton Inn & Suites hotel.

To open May 1, HealthStream will take 65,000 square feet (the top two floors) on a 10.5-year lease.

WeWork already has a presence downtown at One Nashville Place and an office in East Nashville at The Wabash building.

“WeWork Capitol View will be located in the heart of Nashville in a dynamic, urban area where our members can take advantage of walkability and public transportation amid some of the city’s best in living, retail, entertainment and more,” Bobby Condon, WeWork Southeast general manager, said in the release. “We look forward to continuing to expand here, further fueling the city’s vibrant, entrepreneurial spirit by connecting local businesses to more than 400,000 WeWork members in over 100 cities across the globe.”

Boyle Nashville partner Thomas McDaniel represented the landlord (an entity that includes Northwestern Mutual) on the lease. Jason Holwerda and Shelby Hall of Foundry Commercial represented WeWork.

“With the announcement of employers such as Amazon moving to Nashville, WeWork Capitol View will provide flexible office and workspace to new Nashville employers, residential tenants and other businesses at Capitol View,” McDaniel said. “The district is growing quickly, and WeWork will be a valuable component in continuing that growth.”

The 32-acre Capitol View, which eventually will offer 1.1 million square of office space, is home to Pinnacle Financial Partners, LifeWay Christian Store, M.L.Rose, Your Pie, Starbucks, Club Pilates, SVM Boutique, Jón Alan Salons, First Advantage Bank, Sercy + Co., and Valerie Boutique. Other retailers lined up include Publix, Central BBQ, Clean Juice and CareNow.

The office component of The Residences at Capitol View (a 378-unit luxury apartment, office and retail building) is fully leased, McDaniel said.

Capitol View sits within the North Gulch. It is a joint venture between Capitol View is a joint venture between Northwestern Mutual, Boyle Investment Co. and Northwood Ravin.

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WeWork headed to high-profile North Gulch development

Nashville Business Journal

Co-working giant WeWork Cos. is headed to Capitol View.

On Thursday, WeWork announced plans to open a 65,000-square-foot space inside the $750 million mixed-use development driving much of the revitalization of Charlotte Avenue. WeWork’s new office will go inside the same 10-story building set to house health care IT company HealthStream Inc. (Nasdaq: HSTM), which will move its corporate headquarters to Capitol View this year.

“We’re excited to officially announce a third WeWork location in Nashville and our very first in The Gulch,” Bobby Condon, WeWork’s Southeast general manager, said in a statement. “WeWork Capitol View will be located in the heart of Nashville in a dynamic, urban area where our members can take advantage of walkability and public transportation amid some of the city’s best in living, retail, entertainment and more.”

Co-working brands have proliferated across Greater Nashville amid the region’s economic growth, particularly in white-collar jobs. Eighteen co-working brands operate in the Nashville area, consuming nearly 717,000 square feet of office space, according to Nashville Business Journal research. WeWork accounts for one-fifth of that space, reinforcing that it is a giant among its competitors. WeWork has locations in about 90 cities worldwide and raised funding last summer from a key investor, Japan-based SoftBank Vision Fund, at a valuation of $20 billion.

In September, WeWork’s top Nashville official said the company was scouting for a third local location and expected an announcement “soon.” WeWork entered Nashville with a splash in 2017, leasing a combined 91,000 square feet at the One Nashville Place tower downtown and at The Wabash, a building in East Nashville.

The next month, the Nashville Business Journal first reported WeWork had filed plans for roughly 60,000 square feet of co-working space inside 18th & Chet, a 10-story office building under construction in Midtown, steps from Nashville’s famed Music Row. Accounting giant EY plans to bring 600 jobs to the building. The status the status of lease negotiations was unclear on Thursday.

Capitol View is designed to include 1.1 million square feet of office space; about 45 percent of that is the 17-story building for HCA subsidiaries Sarah Cannon Research Institute and Parallon Business Solutions. LifeWay Christian Resources is also headquartered in the development.

Capitol View is designed to include about 600 apartments, 130,000 square feet of retail, a pair of hotels and a public park, among other features. Publix Super Markets Inc. will open one of its urban stores inside the development, at the corner of Charlotte Avenue and 11th Avenue North.

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WeWork adds third Nashville location at Capitol View offering workspace for 1,000 people

The Tennessean

WeWork, a company offering flexible office and workspace, will open a third Nashville location at Capitol View in the North Gulch that can hold 1,000 workers.

The WeWork Capitol View office will occupy 65,000 square feet and two floors at 500 11th Ave. N., The office is expected to open this fall.

“WeWork Capitol View will be located in the heart of Nashville in a dynamic, urban area where our members can take advantage of walkability and public transportation amid some of the city’s best in living, retail, entertainment and more,” said Bobby Condon, WeWork Southeast general manager. “WeWork loves Nashville, and we look forward to continuing to expand here.”

WeWork, founded in New York in 2010, provides workspace and virtual offerings to more than 400,000 members, including entrepreneurs, freelancers, startup and corporate employees, in more than 100 cities globally. The company has more than 400 physical locations, including in downtown Nashville at One Nashville Place and in East Nashville on Woodland Street.

Nearly 470 desks are offered in East Nashville and nearly 1,300 are offered downtown. The local occupancy rate is at 97 percent, according to WeWork.

Capitol View is a 32-acre mixed-use urban district anchored by LifeWay, HCA and Healthstream, which is expected to open offices in May. The development includes 378-luxury residential units, retail shops, restaurants and a 2.5-acre park expected to open in June that will include a dog park, playground and sand volleyball courts.

Other tenants include Pinnacle  Financial Partners, M.L. Rose, Starbucks. Publix, Central BBQ and Clean Juice are among businesses expected to join.

“The district is growing quickly, and WeWork will be a valuable component in continuing that growth,” said Boyle partner Thomas McDaniel who represented the landlord on the lease.

McDaniel said more than half of the 378 luxury units of Residences at Capitol View are leased.

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Capitol View first downtown district to earn Green Globe certification

Nashville Post

The developers of Capitol View in the North Gulch have announced that the mixed-use urban district is the first in downtown Nashville to earn the Green Globe certification for new construction.

Capitol View earned the certification for the reduction of environmental impacts and use of environmental efficiency practices, particularly for mixed-use building The Residences at Capitol View, according to a release.

Capitol View development team Northwood Ravin, Boyle Investment Co. and Northwestern Mutual have focused on having the district’s buildings offer energy and water efficiency and have prioritized indoor environmental elements such as air quality and daylight, the release notes. An environmentally friendly access to the park and greenway have been installed, too.

Proactive measures have been instituted, including the installation of meters for electricity, natural gas and steam so that Capitol View can monitor energy usage and maximize efficiency.

“We take a lot of pride in developing environmentally friendly and sustainable spaces,” said Jeff Furman, vice president of development for Northwood Ravin. “Our team took even the smallest details into consideration on this project, from minimizing water use through installing certain kinds of soil in our outdoor courtyards to maximizing natural light to reduce energy consumption. In just six months, The Residences at Capitol View is 50 percent leased, and we see that as real evidence that being environmentally friendly matters to our residents.”

In addition to The Residences at Capitol View (a 378-unit apartment building with retail), Capitol View includes Pinnacle Financial Partners, LifeWay Christian Store, M.L.Rose, Your Pie, Starbucks, Club Pilates, Valerie Boutique, Jón Alan Salon, First Advantage Bank and SVM Boutique.

Future retailers will be Publix, Central BBQ, Clean Juice, CareNow, and Sercy + Co.

The epicenter of Capitol View is typically considered to be 11th Avenue North and Nelson Merry Street.

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North Gulch lands N.C.-based juice bar

Nashville Post

Clean Juice is latest to take retail space at The Residences at Capitol View

A Clean Juice is slated for Capitol View, with the North Carolina-based franchisor seemingly prepping to establish a major presence in the local market.

A permit valued at $245,000 notes the organic juice and smoothie bar will have an address of 412 11th Ave. N. in the North Gulch mixed-use building known as The Residences at Capitol View. MTLC Inc. is handling the space’s build-out.

The Clean Juice will join in The Residences at Capitol View retailers including Publix (to open later this year), Valerie Boutique, Jón Alan Salons and Club Pilates, among others. Boyle Nashville and Northwood Ravin co-developed the block home to the apartments.

The issuing of the permit follows the January permit to allow for a Clean Juice in the Green Hills retail strip center located near The Donut Den. That store will take about 1,260 square feet of space at 3902 Hillsboro Pike. The permit is valued at about $152,000.

Founded in Charlotte in 2015, Clean Juice bills itself as an organic juice and smoothie bar. At the time of its founding, it was, according to the company website, the only certified organic juice bar option available to franchise.

Of note, a Clean Juice recently opened at 962 Woodland St. near East Nashville’s Five Points.

Rovertoday.com reports Clean Juice has more than 100 locations in development in 16 states. Company officials could not be reached for comment.

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Franklin tech firm adding 45 jobs

Nashville Business Journal

As the region’s hotel and tourism sector continues to grow, so, too, does a Franklin tech firm that specializes in hotel-management software.

Quore, whose software is used by more than half of the top 100 highest-earning hotel management companies in the U.S., will add 45 employees, almost doubling its number of Tennessee employees, according to a state news release. As part of the expansion, valued at about $780,000, Quore will move to larger office space.

“Quore is incredibly proud to expand its operations and move into its new Franklin facility. We have been thrilled with the level of support from the State of Tennessee,” Quore Founder and CEO Scott Schaedle said in the news release. “We are an industry-leader in hospitality operations software and related technologies, and our investment in this 26,000-square-foot facility affords us the opportunity to scale our operations in a way that we could only imagine previously. We eagerly look forward to furthering our presence in the greater Nashville community by adding well-deserved, quality careers and creating a lasting, positive impact.”

Though it is changing office buildings, Quore will still call Boyle Investment Co.’s Meridian Cool Springs development home, with a new address of 5000 Meridian Blvd., Suite 400.

According to Carly Schroer, a public information officer with the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, Quore’s investment will include building out its new office and training for new employees in 2019.

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Images, name released for Capitol View park

Nashville Post

Additional images and a name have been released related to the future public greenspace for which work remains underway at Capitol View.

In addition, the space will be called Frankie Pierce Park, named for the late and influential African-American suffrage movement leader Juno Frankie Pierce.

Pierce Park will open in the spring as part of the 32-acre mixed-use urban district that anchors the intersection of Dr. M.L.K. Jr. Boulevard and 11th Avenue North.

The park is a result of a public–private partnership with Metro Nashville to finance a greenspace for the city and its residents.

The Capitol View site is being developed by Northwestern Mutual, Boyle Investment Co. and Northwood Ravin.

Frankie Pierce Park is jointly funded, and the Capitol View ownership/development team will handle landscaping maintenance once complete. The developer and Metro will also collaborate in the expansion of the greenway system, which will connect the Gulch to the biggest greenspace in the area.

The 2.5-acre park, located within 1,500 feet of the state Capitol and the planned future home of Amazon, will be open to the public and offer sand volleyball courts, a playground, a dog park and a yoga lawn. The park is also a trail head for the Gulch Greenway, completing a link in the system and connecting Capitol View to a system of over 190 miles of biking and running trails throughout Davidson County.

Pierce served on committees for the Red Cross, YMCA and YWCA, founded the Nashville Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs and the Tennessee Vocational School for Colored Girls, and addressed the state suffrage convention at the state capitol in 1920. Many of her social services endeavors directly benefited the residents who lived in the Capitol View neighborhood during her lifetime, the release notes.

“The addition of an amenity-rich park at Capitol View is important for our residents, employees of commercial tenants and guests and also benefits the greater community in the immediate area,” Phil Fawcett, partner in Boyle’s Nashville office, said in the release. “The partnership with the Metro Parks and Recreation Department has been a critical component in bringing a much needed greenspace to this area of downtown, and we’re proud to honor Frankie Pierce, who was such an influential Nashville leader, in its naming.”

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Want to live above Publix with views of the Capitol? Take a tour of this downtown development

Nashville Business Journal

Everything about the new apartments within the $750 million Capitol View development in downtown Nashville attests to the arms race that has consumed developers as they jockey for renters.

You’ll find, in no particular order: a wine cellar, poker room, songwriters’ room, golf simulator, yoga studio, a “zen courtyard,” a turf volleyball court and a saltwater swimming pool. There will be CrossFit equipment, Peloton exercise bikes and a resistance pool (basically, a treadmill for swimming). Oh, and don’t forget the forthcoming Publix in the ground floor of the building, plus restaurants such as noted Memphis chain Central BBQ.

The apartments are the latest piece to debut in the Capitol View development, which also includes a 17-story office building for subsidiaries of HCA Healthcare Inc. (NYSE: HCA) and the headquarters of LifeWay Christian Resources. Nashville tech company HealthStream Inc. (Nasdaq: HSTM) is moving its headquarters into a neighboring office building that is part of the project.

Charlotte-based developer Northwood Ravin created the apartments in partnership with Boyle Investment Co. Boyle is overseeing the entire Capitol View project alongside financial backer Northwestern Mutual Real Estate.

At a time when the supply of urban apartments is still outpacing demand, it’s not surprising that new projects such as Capitol View are bursting with amenities — while also dangling incentives in front of prospective renters, such as a month or two of free rent.

Almost 100 of the 378 apartments are leased thus far. A couple relocating from Los Angeles was talking with a leasing agent when the Nashville Business Journal arrived for a recent afternoon tour of the complex.

“We’re heading up the leaderboard. I like our prospects,” said Jeff Furman, a vice president of development at Northwood Ravin. “When you look at the unit options and the amenities, I think we offer a pretty compelling package. We were obviously offering some initial incentives, but now they’re burning off.”

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Boyle Investment Sells Whole Foods-Anchored Retail Center in Metro Birmingham

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Boyle Investment Co.’s Midsouth Capital Fund has completed the sale of Whole Foods Market Plaza, a retail property situated on 18.9 acres at 3780 Riverchase Village in Hoover, a suburb of Birmingham. TH Real Estate, an affiliate of Nuveen, purchased the assets for an undisclosed price.

Originally developed in 1980 and renovated in 2016, the 175,673-square-foot property is occupied by Whole Foods Market, PetSmart, Best Buy, Bella’s Bridal and Formal and Newk’s Eatery. Jim Hamilton and Shea Patrick of HFF represented the seller in the deal.

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Cool Springs Hilton debuts as first full-service hotel built in the area in a decade

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Franklin Mayor Ken Moore joined Hilton Franklin Cool Springs General Manager Gerald Loughran, members of the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce, local business owners, and Hilton and Chartwell Hospitality staff, for the official ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new hotel on Thursday, November 1.

The first full-service hotel built in the area in almost a decade, the Hilton has been open to guests for about a month.

However, the crowd at the ribbon cutting was as impressed with the show put on outside the hotel as its contemporary style and soothing interiors. The ribbon-cutting and tour for local business executives was scheduled just in time for Tennessee’s fall leaves to showcase the views from the Hilton’s expansive terraces and outdoor spaces, which includes the area’s only roof-level patio.

The 244-room hotel, at 601 Corporate Centre Drive in the Meridian Cool Springs development, is fresh competition to the nearby Marriott and Embassy Suites hotels, catering more to smaller events than its neighbors. Offering 6,236 square feet of flexible meeting space, the Hilton Franklin Cool Springs also offers an additional 3,000 square feet of outdoor terraces.

In contrast, the Marriott’s Cool Springs Conference Center, built in partnership with the city and Williamson County in 1999 and recently renovated, boasts 29,000 square feet, with 300 guest rooms. The Embassy Suites Nashville South-Cool Springs, also owned by Hilton, features 250 guest rooms and 16,000 square feet of event space, including a 10,000 square foot ballroom.

The new Hilton is equipped with six corner suites, some with private outdoor terraces, available on the executive level. A full-service restaurant with available private dining also caters to local businesses and their guests.

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