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It's Only New to You: A Conversation about Adaptive Reuse

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1026 Herman St

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Nashville, TN 37208

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Join Centric Architecture as they discuss adaptive reuse and place preservation with different design professionals, artists and developers.

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Join Centric Architecture as they facilitate a discussion among different design professionals, artists, developers, and brokers about how adaptive reuse and place preservation can help to transform neighborhoods and how the community spaces around them influence that. This happy hour will serve as an open dialogue on how different facets of design influence a single project; it’s not just the architecture, not just the landscaping, not just the public art, nor just the tenants. It is when all aspects are culminated together that a successful project is achieved. Located at one of our “on the boards” projects, this event will also showcase how many of our projects begin.

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Allen Arender joined Holladay Properties in 2007 and has more than 12 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry. He has led the redevelopment and new construction development of more than 1,000,000 square feet of commercial office, medical office, and warehouse properties in Nashville, as well as structured multiple development joint ventures with institutional investors.

Gina Emmanuel is a principal at Centric Architecture and has been with the firm for 17 years. Her project experience is diverse, ranging from educational, religious, and government to mixed-use and adaptive reuse. While managing the firm she also remains involved in the community serving on the NAIOP board, the Housing Trust Fund Commission, and The Catholic Charities board.

Richie Jones joined Hodgson Douglas in 2003, becoming a partner in 2012. He has led projects including the Gulch Crossing Office Development, Taylor Place Mixed-Use Master Plan, and Centennial Park Phase One which remaining involved in the community as a board member for Friends of Shelby Park and member of ULI Nashville.

Sarah Tate is an illustrator and artist based in Nashville, Tennessee. Sarah’s artwork is inspired by her time spent outside. When she’s not working, you can find her road-tripping in her van somewhere out West. She draws inspiration from the colors, shapes, and textures she finds in nature and on the road.

Justin Lowe is an architect and principal at Centric Architecture. A native of Nashville, Justin is a 7th generation Middle-Tennessean. Upon graduating from the University of Tennessee with honors in 2001, he moved back to Nashville and spent time with several local firms before starting his own business in 2010. Two years later, that firm merged with Centric Architecture, where Justin now focuses his attention on design and business development.

Elliott Kyle, a Nashville native, has been working on specialty retail in the market since 2008. Current third-party leasing projects in the Nashville market include 5 th and Broadway where Elliott is overseeing a lease up of 240,000 SF of retail and Sylvan Supply on Charlotte Ave, a 30,000 adaptive reuse project. In addition, Elliott leases various one-off buildings all over the city. Past projects include Edgehill Village, where Elliott was a development partner responsible for re-leasing and overhauling the entire tenant mix which led to the very successful sale of the asset in 2016. Elliott is also very active on the tenant representation side in Nashville, executing deals for clients such as Jeni’s Ice Cream, Shake Shack, Cava Grill, Anthropologie, Free People, White’s Mercantile, Frothy Monkey, Core Power Yoga, Butcher and the Bee, Nicky’s Coal Fired, Superica, Patagonia, Caviar and Bananas, Donato’s Pizza, BarTaco, Barcelona Wine Bar, amongst others. In 2017, the Nashville Business Journal named Elliott of the 100 Most Powerful People in the business community.

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