Ad agency leaving Green Hills for downtown

Cummins Station space will give GS&F room to grow further

One of Middle Tennessee’s largest advertising and marketing agencies will next year pack up its Green Hills office and relocate about 70 people to downtown’s Cummins Station building.

Officials at GS&F say they have spent the past year looking at opportunities throughout the city and wanted to find an open work environment and central location. They expect to move into their new space — which is divided across two floors and is being designed by Hastings Architecture Associates — during the summer. Further details were not immediately available but we will update this story as we find out more.

Moving to Cummins Station — which is owned and managed by Zach Liff's Z Integrated Capital and Management — also leaves room for future expansion, officials said. That expansion will likely come as a result of growth in digital marketing strategies and technologies.

“Nashville is thriving creatively and culturally right now, and we are excited to bring our agency into the heart of the city,” said Jeff Lipscomb, president of GS&F, which formerly went by its full name, Gish Sherwood & Friends. “We always want to position ourselves for continued growth in the years ahead, and our new office space at Cummins Station has both the physical and technological scalability that we need.”