Adams and Reese has relocated its Nashville office from Downtown and will now occupy more than 25,000 square feet of Class AA space on the 14th floor of Broadwest’s iconic 21-story office tower at 1600 West End Avenue, where West End converges with Broadway.
In partnership with Hastings, Adams and Reese designed their new offices to emphasize community and efficiency. They include versatile shared spaces that improve collaboration and provide flexibility for larger gatherings post-pandemic. The space also features technological upgrades that advance seamless client service on the firm's regional platform across eight states and Washington, D.C. Further, as with its former location, Adams and Reese's space at Broadwest includes an outdoor terrace, allowing for spectacular views of downtown Nashville.
“We are excited for a space that reflects a dynamic new chapter for our firm,” said Edward Playfair, Nashville’s Partner in Charge. “A key positive is going to be a much more efficient layout that will significantly enhance collaboration and collegiality, which are core values of the firm. Adams and Reese has deep roots in Nashville, and the decision to move to Broadwest signifies our commitment to this market. We look forward to welcoming clients and friends to our new home.”
David McRae, Tatum Flynn, and David Koziak of Savills represented Adams and Reese. Russell Harwell, a real estate Partner in Adams and Reese’s Nashville office, was also involved in lease negotiations. Ashley Marshall, Bill Adair and Sarah Pettigrew of JLL are the leasing agents for Broadwest office space.