Cross Point Church eyes Rexel Electric building
Fast-growing non-denominational church Cross Point is starting a campaign to acquire the Rexel Electric building on the east bank of the Cumberland River.
The 10-year-old church, which has campuses in west Nashville, Bellevue, Dickson, Hendersonville and a congregation which meets at Rocketown has begun a campaign — called "Chapter 2" — to raise between $4 and $5 million to purchase the 114,000-square-foot warehouse north of LP Field. (The images accompanying this story are from the Chapter 2 site.)
The church plans a 2,000-seat auditorium at the property in addition to other meeting and worship spaces, plus improved facilities to broadcast services to its outlying campuses.
With the exception of its Bellevue location, Cross Point leases or rents its current locations.
Spectrum promotes Wells
Spectrum Properties|Emery has promoted director of leasing David Wells to vice president of the company.
“David directed our marketing and leasing throughout a highly successful and award winning year,” said Spectrum|Emery President Pat Emery. “We are very pleased to promote him to vice president as we continue to uphold record occupancy rates as well as move forward on exciting new projects.”
Wells has most recently been responsible for the leasing of 1.5 million square feet of Class A office space in Cool Springs in addition to the leasing and marketing efforts for 2.5 million square feet of proposed Class A office space in Cool Springs as well as The Gulch.
Wells received NAIOP’s “Developing Broker of the Year in Nashville” award in March of 2012. Prior to joining Spectrum|Emery in April of 2010, he began his real estate career at Spectrum’s Charlotte office in 2005.