The Renaissance Center is a 100,000 +/- sq. ft. facility located at 855 Highway 46 South in Dickson, Tennessee.
SOLD – $6,000,000
3 Story Building consisting of approximately 100,000 +/- SF
Sits on a 7.43 +/- acre site
The Renaissance Center is a 100,000 +/- sq. ft. facility located at 855 Highway 46 South in Dickson, Tennessee. This three-story building was constructed in 1999 and is situated on a 7.43 +/- acre site. The property is located a few minutes from Interstate 40 and just a short 30-minute drive from downtown Nashville. The property is part of the Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and Dickson is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing communities in Middle Tennessee. Currently, more than 2,400 businesses call Dickson County, TN, home. The neighborhood The Renaissance Center is in is described as the City of Dickson. This area features significant commercial development with commercial building types ranging from shopping centers to single tenant/owner occupied business service developments. The city features good access with the primary traffic arteries being Highway 46, Highway 47 and Highway 70. The current traffic count is approximately 29,000.
The Renaissance Center is currently owned by Freed-Hardeman University which is one of the three different entities that currently occupy the facility and the other two tenants hold short-term leases. This building is ideal for housing multiple tenants, such as an educational institution, municipalities, or a medical facility. The building could also easily house an assortment of corporations which makes it diverse and ideal for many different companies; the possibilities are endless.
Upon entering the Renaissance Center, you see a large rotunda, which is open to the floors above and it features a large skylight and glass panel wall. This atrium serves as a large open lobby and is accessed on the northeastern side of the building from the parking lot which is at the rear of the site. The atrium also features access to a concrete patio on the western portion of the site. The atrium area includes a ticket stand, office, concession stand, two restrooms, a spiral staircase and the two elevators. This atrium connects the other various wings of the building.
North Wing: Comprised of two floors. The first floor includes a former art gallery, a large retail area, four classrooms, two restrooms, a mechanical room, and several small private offices/music practice rooms. This wing also includes an open concourse with a seating area that provides access to the atrium area. The second floor includes eight classrooms, a conference room, seven offices, a reception/waiting area, and four restrooms.
East Wing: Comprised of two floors. The first floor includes five large classrooms, an audio (recording) studio with an adjacent audio control booth, a video studio set where different backdrops can be constructed and visual recordings can take place, and several storage spaces. This wing also features exterior access to the eastern portion of the site just south of the parking lot. The second floor features a video control room, four offices, a mechanical room, and a large classroom area.
Southeast Wing: Comprised of a large theater/auditorium with a stage and seating for approximately 415, including the balcony area which is accessed via the second floor. The auditorium also includes two restrooms, two dressing rooms, a practice room, and prop storage area. Conveniently, the rear of the stage area can be accessed via a freight elevator that goes down to the basement and allows for easy transfer of larger props for performances.
Basement: This area is accessed by an elevator and spiral staircase from the upper floors. The primary feature of the basement is a large dinner theater which is located directly underneath the main atrium and as such is also circular in nature. The basement also features a full-service catering kitchen, is the kitchen still operational multiple classrooms, restrooms, and mechanical rooms for the fire system, HVAC system, and electrical systems. This area also includes several general storage areas.
The improvements feature a wide variety of uses.
PHASE I ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT