BECOME A MARKET HOUSE MERCHANT
The Nashville Farmers’ Market is pleased to present our newest restaurant/retail opportunity at 900 Rosa Parks Boulevard.
This exceptional location in the urban core of downtown Nashville, Tennessee, includes up to 1,500 square feet suitable for an anchor tenant, or may be subdivided into multiple concepts. The lease will be offered at a base rate of $17 per square foot with a lease term of 3-5 years. The space will be delivered with a new storefront and a new HVAC. The approved concept(s) is required to finance and complete the build-out suitable for the concept, including plumbing, electrical, installation of appliances, materials, signage, etc.
Interested parties should review the concept qualifications and complete the form below outlining your concept no later than February 15, 2019. Upon review, NFM Executive Director Tasha Kennard will follow up with you to schedule a tour and discuss your concept. Qualified, staff-recommended concept(s) will then receive an invitation to present to our five-member board for review and approval.
Concept qualifications include:
Demonstrate how the concept aligns with the Market’s mission to provide retail space, promotion and training to farmers, food producers and retail entrepreneurs, and serve as a catalyst for a healthy, community–based food system
Demonstrate how the concept diversifies and complements the Market’s current offerings of global cuisine and sources, or promotes local and regional products
Demonstrate market readiness to finance the build-out and operate the concept a minimum of six days per week observing the Market’s required hours of operation (Sun.–Thurs. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. and Fri.–Sat. 10 a.m.–8 p.m.)
Completed applications must be submitting no later than February 15, 2019 to be considered and reviewed for any available leasable space
Complete and submit online
Make sure you have or can obtain the relevant required documents for your application.
Because you cannot save the application midway through in order to complete it later, consider reading through it and gathering all information you need ahead of time for maximum efficiency.