Commercial Real Estate Advisor in Nashville
The Avison Young Nashville office provides commercial real estate services to property owners, investors and occupiers
Avison Young is one of the top providers of integrated commercial real estate services in Nashville and the surrounding suburbs. Our commercial real estate advisors offer full market coverage to best serve our clients regardless of location. Avison Young offers a diverse group of senior real estate professionals who possess substantial bench strength in office, industrial, and retail brokerage, property management, valuation services, project management, capital markets and acquisition financing.
At Avison Young, we believe in creating positive impact wherever we go.
There is a vital role for commercial real estate to create healthy, productive workplaces for employees, cities that are centers of prosperity for its citizens, and built spaces and places that create a net benefit to the economy, the environment and the community.
Our nimble, agile team has global insight, local market expertise and access to some of the smartest tools in the industry – all at the ready to work on creating your competitive advantage. As a private company, you collaborate with empowered partners who are always invested in your success.
RE Journals: Avison Young: Better days expected for Nashville office marketApril 12, 2021Stuck in a holding pattern. That’s how Avison Young describes Nashville’s office market during the first quarter of 2021.
Nashville shifts in location, size, to support its red-hot industrial marketMarket Highlight: NashvilleMarch 17, 2021“When you’re hot, you’re hot.” These old lyrics from Jerry Reed ring loud and clear these days for industrial real estate in Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Over the past ﬁve years, Nashville has been on a tear with industrial activity. At the start of 2021, Nashville appears to be pushing the fast forward button, even with COVID-19.
2021 Nashville Forecast ReportDecember 9, 2020Nashville’s tourism industry saw record highs in 2019. While the early months of 2020 showed many signs of topping these prior records, the COVID-19 pandemic hit many sectors directly tied to Nashville’s tourism and hospitality industries hard. Even still, the region remained successful in attracting new businesses and as well as growing existing businesses, with over 60 expansions and/or relocations to Nashville announced in the last 12 months.
Office Sublease Market ReportNovember 11, 2020Sublease activity across Nashville in 2020.
Nashville Industrial Market Report (Q3 2020)October 7, 2020Nashville's overall industrial vacancy was 3.5% at the end of the third quarter, a decrease of 30 basis points (bps) since 3Q19. Similarly, warehouse / distribution vacancy fell 50 bps year-over-year to 3.4%. Flex vacancy, however, continues to see upward movement, increasing 260 bps to 4.9% in the same time period. As demand continues to surge for warehouse / distribution space across the market, expect to see continued tightening in that product type.
Nashville Retail Market Report (Q3 2020)October 7, 2020As social distancing mandates and economic challenges continue to significantly alter consumer spending behavior, Nashville's retail market vacancy began to rise during the quarter, increasing 100 basis points to 3.9% year-over-year.