ProviderTrust will occupy 20,000-square-feet of Class A office space in the mixed-use building that houses the Offices at Capitol View, located at 406 11th Avenue N, on the second floor. The national compliance service helps health care organizations maintain, manage and track credentials, licensure documentation and ongoing exclusion monitoring for their employees and vendors. The office will sit above Publix, downtown Nashville’s first full-service grocery store, which is scheduled to open later in 2019.
ProviderTrust was founded in 2010 by Chris Redhage and Michael Rosen, and has been named to the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America for the past three years. ProviderTrust joins HealthStream and HCA subsidiaries HealthTrust, Parallon and Sarah Cannon Research Institute at Capitol View.
“With ProviderTrust’s continued rapid growth and the launch of our fourth product in nine years, it made perfect sense to move to Capitol View, which sits at the intersection of health care and technology in Nashville,” Rosen said.
Capitol View is the first full-fledged urban district in downtown Nashville. It is also bringing the first greenspace to the Gulch area in June with the opening of the 2.5-acre Frankie Pierce Park and a connection to the greenway system. While the district is home to a number of office tenants, Capitol View also boasts a number of retailers and restaurants that are already open, including Pinnacle Financial Partners, the LifeWay Christian Store, M.L.Rose, Your Pie, Starbucks, Club Pilates, SVM Boutique, Jón Alan Salons, First Advantage Bank, Sercy + Co. and Valerie Boutique. Other retailers are coming soon, including Publix, Drybar, Central BBQ, Clean Juice, Rukus Cycling Studio, and CareNow. The Capitol View district is also home to The Residences at Capitol View, a 378-unit multifamily luxury residential community.
With the addition of ProviderTrust, the office space in the mixed-use building at Capitol View off Charlotte Avenue is completely full. However, there is still office space available in the 300,000-square-foot Block E office building, which opens in mid-April when the first tenants begin moving in.
“With ProviderTrust’s move to Capitol View, a major block of office space in the district is now completely leased and another block is leasing fast,” said Thomas McDaniel, partner at Boyle and developer of Capitol View. “Not only are office and retail spaces filling quickly, The Residences at Capitol View are now over halfway leased. We’re excited about the enthusiasm of the tenants making the move to Capitol View and the momentum of the district.”