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Rubicon, Meritage Acquire Former Lifeway HQ in Nashville

Rubicon Equities and Meritage Group LP have acquired Capitol View Plaza, a Class A office building at 1 Lifeway Plaza in downtown Nashville’s Gulch neighborhood. Published reports say the property traded for $95 million in the third investment for Rubicon and Meritage in downtown Nashville.

 The former Lifeway headquarters property is located within the 32-acre Capitol View master-planned community, offering tenants a walkable live-work-play experience along with immediate access to downtown Nashville.

“Capitol View Plaza is exceptionally well designed and constructed, built to the highest standard as only an owner-occupant would,” said Gabriel Coltea, Rubicon’s managing partner.  “The asset is already drawing significant tenant interest, as it is one of the only true Class A move-in-ready options available in the dynamic Gulch neighborhood.”

Colliers’ David Atchison and Brian Casey represented the seller. Stream Realty and Sandeema Co. have been enlisted to market the building for lease. 


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