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2525 West End

  • Description: Centrally located on West End Avenue at the corner of Natchez Trace, directly across from Centennial Park in Nashville.

    Type: Mixed Use

    Floors: 14

    Construction Start: 2000

    Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

    Developer: Hines

    Location: 2525 West End Ave

    More Information:

    Retail space:

    65,105 sq. ft.

    (6,048 sq. m.)

    Office building:

    300,811 sq. ft.

    (27,945 sq. m.)

    Major Tenants

    Morgan Stanley

    Vanderbilt University

    Robert W. Baird & Co.

    Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs

    First Tennessee Bank


    NAIOP Award 2001


    ENERGY STAR 2002-2007

    Owner: The Lionstone Group

    2525 West End is a 14-story, 365,000 square foot office building, centrally located directly across from Nashville's Centennial Park, only minutes from downtown and I-440. In addition to the office building, this Skidmore, Owings & Merrill-designed property includes more than 65,000 square feet of retail including a major bookstore and several popular restaurants, with ample parking for tenants, retail customers, and building visitors.

    Achieving the ENERGY STAR label for 2525 West End was the result of highly-efficient infrastructure (both original and retrofitted) and meticulous building management techniques. On the infrastructure side, 2525 West End uses variable frequency drives (VFDs) on all motors of 20 HP or higher with waterside economizer capabilities on the office tower package units. These HVAC efficiencies are complemented by high-efficiency (0.62 shading coefficient) thermal glass. Lighting efficiency is maximized as well, with tenant-area incandescent fixtures retrofitted with low-wattage fluorescent lamps; the parking garage also is illuminated with high-efficiency lighting.

    The Lionstone Group is proud to participate in the ENERGY STAR program, considering it an aid to leasing, and a sound and responsible business decision.



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