September 25, 2018 Comments Off on Unico Buys One Nashville Place for $140M  Views: 2814 National News, Southeast, Tennessee

Unico Buys One Nashville Place for $140M 

Seattle-based Unico Properties LLC, a subsidiary of Unico Investment Group LLC, purchased One Nashville Place, a Class A high-rise in Nashville’s CBD for $139.5 million. The 418,824-square-foot, 24-story office building, and an adjoining six-story parking garage, mark Unico’s first investment in the Music City.

Situated between the traditional CBD and trendy SoBro neighborhood, the building at 150 Fourth Ave. N. sits one block north of Broadway and its legendary strip, across the street from the renowned Ryman Auditorium, near new hotel projects along 4th Avenue, and adjacent to Printer’s Alley.

Unico’s Andrew Cox says, “One Nashville Place is positioned at the nexus of everything we find exciting about this vibrant city. It’s the perfect place for Unico to anchor our presence in Nashville.”

Cushman & Wakefield’s Michael Ryan and Brian Linnihan represented Unico. Cushman & Wakefield’s Stewart Calhoun, Samir Idris, Crews Johnston, David Meline, and Andy Johns advised the undisclosed seller.

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