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Mixed Use Property For Lease

4110 Charlotte Pike, Nashville, TN 37209


Lindsey's Corner Building

4110 Charlotte Pike, Nashville, TN 37209

Mixed Use Property For Lease - Office, Medical Office and Retail




Property Highlights


  • 1.41 acre site
  • Corner of Charlotte and 42nd Avenue
  • Parking garage and covered patient drop-off
  • Estimated 4th quarter 2020 completion


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Diagram of 4-story medical office building with parking garage on Charlotte

4-Story Medical Office Building With Parking Garage


Diagram of 3-story mixed used building on Charlotte

3-Story Mixed Use 1st Floor Retail, 2nd and 3rd Floors Office Access to Parking Garage and Street Parking



Lindsey's Corner Campus


retail building
Retail Building 10,600 SF

office building
Office Building 23,000 SF

medical office building
Medical Building 75,000 SF


Lindsey's Corner Site Plan

Lindsey's Corner site plan


The Team


Property Manager

Momentum CRES


Designer
Hayden Architecture & Interiors

General Contractor
FORTIS


The Location

  • Booming Charlotte Avenue Corridor
  • Corner of Charlotte and 42nd Avenue
  • Interstate Visibility with over 130,000 cars per day
  • Retail Visibility to over 25,000 cars per day on Charlotte Avenue
  • Easy Access to Interstate 40
  • Approximately 10 Minutes to Downtown
  • Approximately 7 Minutes to Centennial, TriStar, St. Thomas and Baptist

arial view of building location between I-40 and Charlotte Ave.

arial view of building location between I-40 and Charlotte Ave.




Contact Info

Sharon Greaves

(o) 615-701-2940

(c) 615-585-3004

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Site History

blind workers at facilityThe State originally acquired the property in 1929 by its State of Tennessee Workshop for the Blind. In 2004, the State deeded the property to the non-profit organization, Ed Lindsey Industries for the Blind Inc.

Deed stipulations required that the site had to continue the operation of a workshop or rehabilitation facility for the benefit of blind persons, if that use ended, the State could either take back the property or sell it for $625,000 to the nonprofit corporation.

Lions Thrift StoreOver the years, broom, brushes and mops for commercial and households were among items made by visually impaired workers. The organization once sold between 15,000 to 20,000 mops and or brooms a year to state agencies, the affiliated Lions Thrift Store and to Lions clubs statewide.

Blind workers also helped customers in the Lion’s Thrift Store which operated out of the front of the building.

The state believes that operations ceased in 2015.

Ed LindseyMr. Edward "Ed" Lindsey served as President of Ed Lindsey’s Industries for the Blind and won the National Board Member of the Year Award from the National Industries for the Blind. He wore many hats during his lifetime which included Mayor of the City of Lawrenceburg, President of Lindsey Manufacturing which was established in 1939 and produced church furnishings. In 1966 he was elected President of the International Association of Lion’s Clubs. He was President of the Lawrence County Lion’s Nursing Home, member of the Board of Trustees of Martin College and former Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Columbia State Community College.

Mr. Lindsey passed away on Tuesday, January 11, 2011, he was 95 years old. In honor all for his work and years of service for the blind and other organizations, we proudly name the site, "Lindsey’s Corner"



Information contained herein was obtained from sources considered reliable. No warranty or representation, express or implied, is made as to the accuracy. Same is submitted subject to errors, omission, prior sale or lease, withdrawal from the market or change in price.






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