NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Metro Davidson County has scored a rare economic victory over its upscale neighbor Williamson County.
Nashville Mayor Karl Dean was joined Tuesday by Tennessee Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty at a press conference to announce that the LifePoint hospital group would be relocating its corporate headquarters to an office park on the metro side of Brentwood.
LifePoint’s 400 headquarters staff have been working in three different office buildings on the Williamson County side of Brentwood. The move will consolidate employees in a new, seven-story, 203,000 square foot facility in Seven Springs Office Park.
Construction of Lifepoint’s new Hospital Support Center will begin next year with completion slated for the last quarter of 2013.