Effective midnight Sunday, March 22, a new Metro Nashville order requires all Nashville residents to stay home for 14 days and certain non-essential businesses to close. You can get more information here: https://www.asafenashville.org/safer-at-home-order/
3LS Properties, Inc., and 3LS Work|Spaces in Nashville and Goodlettsville provide essential services for business continuity, and support many members that are also providing essential services. At this time we are taking the following actions in both our Nashville and Goodlettsville properties, and both Work|Spaces locations.
Beginning at 3:00 p.m. on Monday, March 23, all exterior doors at 301 Building in Nashville will be locked and accessible ONLY via access card for the duration of this mandate. The Goodlettsville building is already access card only.
While building tenants and 3LS Work|Spaces members will still have access to the building and offices, if you are NOT an essential business as outlined at the above link, we ask that you abide by the mandate – stay home and do not come to the building unless absolutely necessary. If you ARE an essential business, we ask that you work from home as much as possible during the next two weeks, and limit outside visitors when you are in the building.
If you are an essential business, and you have appointments coming that cannot be rescheduled, your visitor will need to call you upon arrival and you will need to let them in. As always, for security purposes, DO NOT let anyone into the building or the suite that is not here to see you. Anyone who is supposed to be in the building should either have an access card or contact information for the person they are here to see.
3LS Work|Spaces staff will be working reduced hours, with only one management person coming to each facility daily to receive mail. The office will not be operating on regular hours and will not be open for coworking or outside meetings, nor will we be conducting office tours. At this time, we are operating as if closed as far as visitors are concerned, and will adhere to our afterhours visitor security policy (same as above).
Maintenance and janitorial staff will continue to be onsite as regularly scheduled. Janitorial staff is disinfecting all common areas nightly. We ask that you reduce the use of any shared common areas at this time, including breakrooms. Staff will NOT be making coffee at the community coffee pot. If you must come to the office, please bring your own coffee with you, or utilize the hot water machine or Keurig, where provided.
Office Space Still Available for Essential Businesses, COVID-19 Response Agencies, or Tornado Victims
If you are an ESSENTIAL business or agency responding to COVID-19, or a business affected by the recent Nashville tornado and there is anything we can do to assist your business during this time, please contact us. We do still have some private office space available right now, and can assist on a case-by-case basis. Our virtual office programs are also an option for any business needing continuity at this time.
Our goal is to support the day-to-day operations of members – and any other local business or entity who needs assistance – as much as possible right now.