Monthly Archives: July 2014

Office Leasing Activity Gains Momentum in Nashville

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Heading into the second half of the year, the momentum in Nashville’s office sector shows no signs of slowing.

The already low vacancy rate for Class A office space has dropped even further, from 5.4 percent in first-quarter 2014 to 4.4 percent in second-quarter 2014, according to JLL’s Nashville Office Insight Q2 2014 report. The overall direct vacancy rate also continues to decline, from 9.9 percent in the first quarter to 9.1 percent in the… Read More

Building a better state government through smart real estate

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Nashville

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Governors of many states are turning to the private sector and following proven strategies for delivering cost-effective real estate management that saves taxpayers money.

In Tennessee, Governor Bill Haslam took office in 2011 and challenged his new commissioners to determine more effective ways to run state government and to provide the very best services at the lowest possible costs. Within Tennessee’s… Read More