The newest building in Boyle Investment's Meridian Cool Springs complex has landed another tenant in the form of Computer Technology Systems, an Alabama-based provider of various IT support services. CTS has set up shop on the third floor of 5000 Meridian, which has this year also landed M*Modal, Skanska Construction and Brentwood Capital Advisors as tenants.
"Our company's roots are in the Southeast, and our Nashville office allows us to be more responsive and better serve this market," says Larry Lilley, President and CEO of CTS. "With existing business in Nashville, this expansion fulfills our strategic model of providing a local presence for our clients."
Officials with Cool Springs-based Nissan Ameircas today announced that François Dossa, currently Nissan Brazil's general director of finance and administration, has been appointed president of Nissan Brazil, effective Jan. 1, 2013.
Dossa will assume the presidential responsibilities of Christian Meunier, who was recently named president of Nissan Canada.
Workers will break ground this morning on a 23,000-square-foot building in the Mallory Park development adjacent to Interstate 65 at the northern tip of Cool Springs. By next May, the site will be home to Quest Sports Center, a facility that will combine sports training — think D1, which sits just a few miles south — as well as various amenities, lounges and meeting rooms. Also to be included is the new headquarters for TBH Global Asset Management, a money management firm run by former Fifth Third portfolio manager David Merrell.
Merrell has partnered on this project with Art of Strength, a national sports training facility chain. His firm, which currently has offices in Green Hills and downtown Franklin, manages about $210 million for about 300 clients.
Struggling lender Community First Bank & Trust has signed an agreement to sell its prominent Cool Springs office at Carothers Parkway and Bakers Bridge Avenue to $1.1 billion-asset First Citizens National Bank of Dyersburg. The deal is Community First's second attempt at unloading its lone Williamson County outpost. Earlier this summer, an agreement to have CapStar Bank take it over fell apart over pricing.
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