Southeast Venture Named Net Lease Influencer Firm of the Year
Nashville brokerage recognized by GlobeSt for its significant contributions to the commercial real estate industry
Nashville-based commercial real estate brokerage, development and design firm Southeast Venture has been named a net lease influencer firm of the year by GlobeSt. The honor recognizes the firm for its significant contributions to net leasing, the prevailing method of leasing property in the commercial real estate industry.
Southeast Venture has served the Nashville and Middle Tennessee region for nearly 40 years, during which time it has played an important role in the city’s growth and development. Notable projects include leasing, selling and managing the majority of the 850-acre MetroCenter, instigating the 7.5 million-square-foot Cool Springs development and assisting in developing the nearly 40-acre mixed-use Silo Bend project, which was called the most ambitious project in middle Tennessee in recent years by the Tennessean.
“It’s an honor to be recognized among some of the best in the business, from all across the country,” said Wood Caldwell, principal at Southeast Venture. “We’re proud of our history in Nashville and Middle Tennessee, and we look forward to many more successful projects in the years to come.”
Aside from development, design and brokerage, Southeast Venture strives to make a lasting impact on the community. It has commissioned multiple murals around Nashville in an effort to beautify the city and create tourist attractions, including the hand-painted silo mural in Silo Bend and the giant “EAST” mural in East Nashville. The company also makes it a point to support causes such as YMCA of Middle Tennessee and the Greater Nashville American Heart Association and mentor students through the Architects, Construction workers and Engineers program.
The GlobeSt net lease influencer awards recognize the people, teams and companies that are the best deal-makers in the business. See the full class of 2020 list here.
See media coverage in the Nashville Post.