Highwoods Properties Brentwood: Office Development at Its Best
Highwoods Properties manages a diverse portfolio in Williamson County.
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Whether you realize it or not, you already know Highwoods Properties.
Developing, leasing and managing a diverse portfolio of 5.2 million square feet of space, Highwoods is behind some of Williamson County’s most recognizable office developments, including the newest complex in Brentwood — Virginia Springs I & II, and Mars Petcare in the expansive Ovation development.
Most recently, Highwoods has embarked on the highly anticipated redevelopment project for the Maryland Farms YMCA in Brentwood.
“We have the largest office portfolio in Nashville, an experienced Nashville-based operational team and the best mixed-use development sites in Nashville’s central business district, Brentwood and Franklin,” says Alex Chambers, senior vice president and Nashville market leader for Highwoods Properties.
The publicly traded real estate investment trust (REIT) helps clients find the perfect fit — from leasing space for a small start-up to customizing an anchor tenant building on a large campus.
With a development-heavy pipeline, Highwoods has responded to area growth and the changing businesses climate by keenly focusing on creating talent-centered spaces with in-demand features to enhance the employee experience.
“We are leveraging our history of place-making by actively programming and designing heavily amenitized, mixed-use projects on all of our development sites,” explains Chambers.
A current customer notes: “My team is the most valuable part of my business. Highwoods Properties kept that in mind when talking through the options and amenities they could provide. The attention to detail and thoughtfulness behind each suggestion was a tremendous help in creating a space we could thrive in.”
Building those types of responsive relationships that last well beyond the first lease is foundational to the company’s mission.
With more than 30 buildings in the Nashville Metro area — including Bridgestone Tower, 1010 and 1100 Broadway, Asurion Gulch Hub and Pinnacle at Symphony Place in Nashville’s central business district — Highwoods has the flexibility of size and location to assist customers as workplace needs change over time.
Whether new to Williamson County or an established local company looking for space, Chambers says, “We’d love the opportunity to discuss how we can leverage our existing portfolio inventory of well-located development sites to create the right fit for you and your team.”
Put Highwoods to Work for You
To learn more about available properties, call 615-320-5566 or visit highwoods.com.