Nashville, TN: Perimeter Park Executive Center, a 3LS Company, will open a new Goodlettsville location in late spring/early summer. This prime location on Conference Drive is next door to the Dollar General headquarters campus.
The location also offers immediate access to Vietnam Veterans Boulevard and I-65 South. Likewise, I-65 North and Long Hollow Pike are just minutes away.
When complete, the center will contain private office spaces in a variety of sizes. Meeting rooms and open and dedicated desk coworking spaces also available. Clients can use both our new North and existing South Nashville locations for desk space and meetings.
Stay tuned for more information as plans progress, along with pictures and a floorplan. Get added to our project update mailing list! Email us today.
About Perimeter Park Executive Center: Perimeter Park Executive Center, a 3LS Company, is a locally owned and operated workspace provider in Nashville, Tennessee. Founded in 1984, Perimeter Park specializes in low-cost, flexible work space for corporate satellite offices, remote workers, small businesses, start-ups, entrepreneurs, solo entrepreneurs, the self-employed, home-based businesses, and anything in between. Perimeter Park Executive Center joined the 3LS family of companies in 2017.
Perimeter Park Executive Center will be closed for the holidays on the above dates. We will reopen at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday following both Christmas and New Year’s Day. You can always book your tour online here.
In the wake of the massive data breach at Equifax, internet and cyber security is a hot topic right now. Online security should always be at the forefront of the mind – for both businesses and individuals. The vast majority of our financial transactions run through an online database at some point in the supply chain process. Every time we make a purchase online, swipe a debit or credit card, or even cash a check at the bank, the internet is involved in the transaction.
Here are some links with helpful information on how to protect both your personal and business data:
The South Nashville/Antioch area is one of the fastest growing business sectors in Nashville. Our proximity to all three major interstates and our relatively inexpensive rents when compared to other areas of town are just two of the reasons that you should consider making this part of Nashville your business home.
The following infographic from the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce shows just how much South Nashville and Antioch have grown over the past few years. This area has the fastest growing – and the most diverse – population in Davidson County. Education and income levels have also increased significantly.
Bridgestone Americas chose Antioch for its 77,000 sq. ft. Operations Center, and cited the area’s rapid revitalization and the fact that Antioch is the fastest-growing community in Davidson County as the reasons for choosing the location.
These are exciting times for our community. We are proud that South Nashville is finally getting recognition for its many contributions to Nashville’s business and cultural communities.
Perimeter Park has been helping incubate new businesses in South Nashville since 1984. We are locally owned and operated, and have a vested interest in the success of businesses not only in our facility, but in the community as a whole. Call us today to find out how we can help your business!
As a locally owned and operated business, we at Perimeter Park proudly provide affordable and flexible offices and coworking spaces to Nashville’s new businesses and entrepreneurs. That’s been our mission since we opened in 1984, and it continues to be our mission today. We have been a part of the growth and expansion of many Nashville businesses over the years, and are excited about the new ventures and possibilities on the horizon.
Welcome to the Friday Five blog post! Each week I will choose one topic based on something I either heard or saw that interested me during the week and link to five articles related to that topic. I hope you find them interesting as well!
This week’s Friday Five comes to us again from History.com‘s This Day in History. We say “Ok” multiple times throughout the day without ever thinking about it, and it is hard to imagine the English language without that phrase. So when I saw the headline “1839: OK enters national vernacular” I had to check it out.
I will unashamedly admit that misspelled words – especially purposefully misspelled words – make me insane. So the story behind “OK” was fascinating to me, not the least because I just can’t imagine people using slang in the 1800’s, but also because it is so similar to the texting shortcuts developed by Gen-X, Y, and millenials over the last decade. I guess each generation’s youth isn’t that different after all. I do know that I will never look at “OK” the same again.
And I’m not sure if I can even continue to use it knowing that it began from a purposefully misspelled phrase.
Anyway, it got me thinking about other phrases or idioms that we say all the time and where they actually originated. Here are some links that I found interesting and/or amusing. Knock yourself out!