Local Market Leadership
Cassidy Turley is a leading commercial real estate services provider in the Middle Tennessee area. Our Nashville office is dedicated to serving clients needs, no matter the size or scope, and our professionals are consistently recognized by local business publications and industry groups as leaders in their respective fields. In 2012 alone, our professionals won an unprecedented six awards for industry excellence from NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, cementing our status as an established market and industry leader in the greater Nashville area.
The Nashville office provides a full spectrum of commercial real estate services, including
• Office and Industrial Tenant Representation
• Property Management
• Capital Markets
• Office and Industrial Sales
• Project Leasing
• Land Acquisition and Disposition
• Project and Development Services
In particular, we have been a market leader in Property Management for more than a decade. Since 2005, the firm has held the number one ranking in the Nashville Business Journal’s Property Management Firms List, and currently the office manages more than 23 million square feet of property in 130 buildings throughout Middle Tennessee. Nashville is also home to Cassidy Turley’s Healthcare Practice Group, which helps healthcare companies and organizations manage the operations, value, strategy and compliance of their real estate.
About the Nashville Real Estate Market
Driven by an entrepreneurial spirit, Nashville, also known as Music City, boasts one of the most diverse economies in the nation – anchored by healthcare, tourism, music and entertainment, auto manufacturing, higher education and publishing. The commercial real estate market echoes the diverse local economy and has more than 227 million square feet of office and industrial space. Both sectors are posting solid numbers and faring well post-recession. Construction is well underway on a new 1.2 million square foot convention center in the heart of downtown Nashville named the Music City Center. Scheduled to open in early 2013, the city is preparing to welcome hundreds of thousands of additional visitors.