One Nashville Place, one of Nashville’s most convenient parking facilities located in the downtown area, is now under new management. Premier Parking of Tennessee has recently taken over parking management operations for the high-occupancy Nashville office tower.
Premier Parking, a Nashville based provider of professional parking management and consulting services, has been selected to manage operations of One Nashville Place Garage. The Class A office tower has a total 410,581 square feet and is 25 stories tall, making it one of the most prominent buildings in the Nashville skyline.
Conveniently located in the heart of Nashville’s financial district, the major financing firms of Ernst & Young and Merrill Lynch both call One Nashville Place (ONP) home. In addition to the national financing firms ONP also houses the offices for the Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau, and is the future home of Regions Bank. With the addition of One Nashville Place to their Nashville portfolio, Premier Parking is making serious headway as one of the leading providers of parking management services in the city.
Daymark Realty Advisors, the property management company for ONP, stated they selected Premier based upon their proven ability to incorporate innovative technology with excellent customer service. Premier Parking has already begun to institute their plan to improve parking service for the 534 space garage serving One Nashville Place Tower tenants and visitors to the downtown area. Some amenities will include providing parkers with loaner umbrellas, car wash and detailing services, as well as a laundry pick-up and delivery service.
About Premier Parking
Founded in 2001 by developer Tony Giarratana and led by co-owner and President, Ryan Chapman, Premier Parking is the second largest provider of parking management services in Nashville. Premier Parking’s current portfolio includes 70 prime locations consisting of over 15,000 parking spaces. Parking facilities under management include the Public Square Garage, the Nashville Zoo, the Gulch, and the Cummins Station parking facilities, the 2525 West End garage, and the parking assets of several prominent Nashville families.