The company managing downtown's One Nashville Place office tower on Monday provided us with a few more details on Regions Bank's plans to relocate its Middle Tennessee and Mid-America headquarters there. Daymark Realty says Regions' 100,000-square-foot lease is for 12.5 years and will give the bank room to house 225 employees. The company also says the lease — Regions is essentially replacing U.S. Bank, which is moving to the AT&T Building — brings the occupancy at One Nashville Place to 99 percent, but that stat should come with an asterisk: Two floors that law firm Miller & Martin is subleasing to Butler Snow O'Mara Stevens & Cannada will be empty by spring.
One other detail in Daymark's release needs outright tweaking, though: The firm says One Nashville is 37 stories tall. It's actually 25.
Flexible office provider Regus has inked a 17,472-square-foot lease at the Fifth Third Center.
Regus will move into the downtown tower in spring 2013. The lease on the 20th floor of the building represents the third location for Regus in the Nashville area. The others are on West End and in Cool Springs.
Sarah Pettigrew of the Nashville CBRE office and Mike Kay with the Dallas CBRE office represented Regus, while Tom Hooper and Bo Tyler of Jones Lang LaSalle represented the landlord, Amstar Group.