The Renaissance Center, Dickson, TN

The Renaissance Center features:

1.Extraordinary presence
2.Loading docks
3.Priced well below replacement costs
4.Short drive to Nashville, Tennesse

Colliers International | Nashville is pleased to offer The Renaissance Center, a 106,105 square-foot facility located at 855 Highway 46 South, Dickson, Dickson County, Tennessee. The improvements are made up of a three-story building (including a basement) that consists of tilt-up concrete, concrete block, and steel frame construction. The building was constructed in 1999 and is occupied by the owner and two tenants. The facility known as The Renaissance Center is located on a 7.43-acre site along the northeast side of Highway 46 South in the city of Dickson’s southern corridor.

The property is currently occupied by three different entities; The Jackson Foundation, Nashville State Community College, and Freed-Hardeman University. The Jackson Foundation, the original developers/ownership group, occupies a number of small offices and recording studio areas. Their occupied space consists of approximately 3,336 usable square feet, and they are on a long-term lease that lasts through November 14, 2023. The Jackson Foundation granted the entire facility to the current ownership of Freed-Hardeman University in 2013. The Tennessee Board of Regents, on behalf of Nashville State Community College, occupies 9,234 usable square feet through August 14, 2021. Both The Jackson Foundation and Nashville State Community College have access to common areas not included in these square footages. Freed-Hardeman University occupies the remainder of the property.

  • 106,105-square-foot facility on 7.43-acre site zoned Highway Commercial District (B-3) by Dickson Planning and Zoning Department. In general, this zoning permits most commercial activities, community facilities, and institutional use.
  • Prime location on one of Dickson County’s main thoroughfares with convenient Interstate 40 access and a 30-minute drive to downtown Nashville
  • Within 1- to 5- mile radius of entertainment, shopping, and dining opportunities
  • Multi-purpose facility with office, community, educational, arts and entertainment possibilities
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Nate J. Greene, CCIM

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