SESAC Selects Tuck-Hinton To Design New Headquarters

Today, the Nashville post published an article by William Williams announcing the selection of Tuck-Hinton Architects to design a new headquarters for SESAC. Williams’ article is quoted below.

“SESAC officials have enlisted Nashville-based Tuck Hinton Architects to design a 110,000-square-foot headquarters building to be located on 16th Avenue South in Music Row.

Chad Poff, a broker with the Colliers International Nashville office, is representing SESAC in the effort. He declined to offer full details on the planned building’s design.

We’re still in the development and design stage but should have renderings soon,” Poff (pictured) said. “The building will be either four or five stories.”

SESAC is looking to consolidate its offices — which are currently house in two Music Row buildings — in the new building once it opens during the third quarter of 2015, Poff said.

Poff said SESAC expects to occupy up to 35,000 square feet of the build-to-suit project, which will sit on various parcels located at 35, 37, 39 and 41 Music Square E. (also called 16th Avenue South). The performing rights organization is negotiating with several entities to occupy the remaining space, he added.

Regarding the music industry, Tuck Hinton Architects designed the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Warner Bros. Records headquarters building.