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The 200 Powell Place office building benefits from a tremendously convenient location in the heart of the Maryland Farms Business Park, in the northern portion of the city of Brentwood. The property sits at the strategic corner of Maryland Way and Powell Place, anchored at the entrance of the Park, allowing executive decision makers easy access to the surrounding affluent neighborhoods. Maryland Farms is a 400-acre master-planned office and commercial park containing nearly 1.5 million square feet of office space. Considered one of the most desirable office markets in the city, the area has excellent proximity to some of the most upscale residential communities in Nashville. Ready interstate access to the area’s interstate systems and major thoroughfares coupled with an alluring suburban setting have attracted large corporations, area decision makers and affluent residential home buyers to the area.

Maryland Way, the primary artery through the Maryland Farms Business Park, provides direct access to the property via Powell Place. Convenient and ready interstate access is available approximately two miles from the site at the I-65 and Old-Hickory Boulevard interchange. Major traffic arteries surrounding the area include Hillsboro Pike, Granny White Pike, Franklin Pike and Old Hickory Boulevard, which all provide relative ease in accessing Nashville’s interstate systems such as I-65 and the I-440 loop.

Access to the Nashville International Airport from Maryland Farms Business Park is a short 20-minute drive. Area decision makers, employers and neighboring residents find the proximity to the airport extremely appealing. Located southwest of the Central Business District, the Nashville International Airport is one of the fastest-growing airports in the nation, providing approximately 450 average flights daily with 888,000 square feet of terminal and over 16 airlines, which serviced a record 18 million passengers in 2019. The airport is currently undergoing extensive $292 million renovations that recently added six domestic aircraft gates and 115,000-square-feet of terminal space. The next phase of construction is underway that include a six-gate international arrival facility, an expanded entrance hall and security screening checkpoint, and a new roof canopy that will feature a covered pedestrian bridge between the terminal building and terminal garage. Of note, the airport announced 31 new airline routes in 2020.