Update: We have an accepted offer on this property. We are now accepting backup offers.
Beau Beach, MBA CCIM presents:
9.17 acres of land zoned for commercial and industrial use in Gallatin’s industrial corridor! Industrial development doesn’t get any easier than this…
Ideal location! Easy access to the major roads of Gallatin Pike, Hartsville Pike and Highway 109 via Airport Road.
This property is zoned IR (Industrial Restricted) which permits a number of industrial and commercial uses including:
- Limited Manufacturing/Industrial
- Intermediate Manufacturing/Industrial
- Animal Care
- Automotive Parking
- Wholesale Sales
- Transport and Warehousing
- Construction Sales and Service
- Limited Warehousing
- Convenience Sales and Services
- Business and Communication Services
Outdoor storage of materials and finished products is permitted. 80′ max building height. Minimal required setbacks.
The property includes a boarded up residential home.
Priced at just $65,000/acre to ensure a timely sale! This hard-to-find, well priced industrial land won’t last long. Don’t miss this opportunity. We’ll prepare your offer.
Just 23 miles North of Nashville, Downtown Gallatin is a prelude to Southern Charm. Listed on the National Register, Gallatin’s historic district features service-oriented businesses, antique shops, gift stores, art galleries, boutiques, great entertainment and dining venues plus so much more.
An energetic small city set in the idyllic countryside offers the rich variety of recreational, educational, and economic activities you’d expect to find in a bigger city. High-paying jobs, low taxes, economic health, a thriving arts scene and a vibrant retail environment make Gallatin a hub for family life.
Gallatin is going up across the board…population, economy, and investment. Gallatin is located just northeast of downtown Nashville, a city filling with young professionals and big-name businesses like Amazon, AllianceBernstein, Ernst & Young, Lyft and Warby Parker. According to Forbes Magazine, Nashville is the 7th fastest growing metro area in the U.S.
Why do businesses choose Gallatin?
- More than $100-million in new roads to improve access and ease
- The city owns the utilities (electric, water, gas and sanitary sewer)
- Cut through that red tape
- There’s no income tax
- The city hasn’t raised property taxes in 12 years
- One of the lowest electric rates in the region
- Regional airport has one of the longest general aviation runways in the state
- Business Facilities ranks Tennessee #1 in the Southeast for Best Infrastructure
- Gallatin owns its industrial center with nearly 70 acres ready to build, plus it has access to 1,000 more
- Two highly-ranked colleges – Volunteer State Community College and Welch College
- More than 600 acres of parks & recreation
Located in the center of Sumner County, Gallatin lives up to its motto, “True Grit. Amazing Grace.” The city is nestled next to Old Hickory Lake, a popular destination for fishing and watersports, and offers a variety natural landscapes for visitors to explore. Gallatin is steeped in history, given that the city was founded in 1802 and touts famous faces who have walked Gallatin’s streets such as President Andrew Jackson, Sam Houston, and Governor William Trousdale. Today Gallatin is thriving with unique shopping boutiques, delicious dining options, family-friendly festivals, and a memorable historic downtown square.
Gallatin is a city in and the county seat of Sumner County. The population was 30,278 at the 2010 census and 42,918 in 2019.
Several national companies have facilities or headquarters in Gallatin, including Gap, Inc., RR Donnelley, Beretta and Servpro Industries, Inc. In 2017, Gallatin was named “The Nicest Place In America” by Reader’s Digest.
- Price: $595,000
- Area: 9.17 Acres
- Phone Number: 615-200-9330