The Tennessee Lottery — one of MetroCenter’s most high-profile tenants — is looking for new office space and has issued a request for proposals from prospective developers for site selection.
A quasi-public entity chartered by the Tennessee Legislature and founded in 2004, Tennessee Lottery operates from about 65,000 square feet of office space at 200 Athens Way. Because of growth, the entity needs approximately 75,000 square feet. Tennessee Lottery’s lease expires in February 2014.
“The Tennessee Lottery desires to work with a Developer to establish a building design and budget that is efficient and cost effective and one that will be easily financed,” the RFP reads. "The Lottery will need 225 parking spaces and … prefers a location with good access for travelers coming from all parts of the state, preferably close to a major interstate highway intersection.”
Tennessee Lottery, headed by President and CEO Rebecca Paul, has enlisted the Nashville office of commercial real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle to aid in the effort.
John Fetz, senior managing director with Jones Lang LaSalle, is overseeing the search.
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