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Dalton’s Move to Germantown Highlighted in Nashville Business Journal, Nashville Post and O’Dwyers 


Dalton will be moving its Nashville office to the new mixed-use Neuhoff District project later in 2023. The eventual relocation to the agency’s future office space was covered in the Nashville Business Journal, the Nashville Post and O’Dwyers in July, all detailing the agency’s eventual move this year to the new $550 million dollar project in Germantown. 

The move from East Nashville to New City Properties’ Neuhoff District in Germantown is being driven by the agency’s continued business growth, and added clients and revenue, along with the opportunity to be one of the first organizations to participate in the compelling project. 

From the NBJ article: 

The agency will be moving from its current location in East Nashville, located at 2115 Yeaman Place. It will lease 7,000 square feet of space in the Neuhoff development. 

“Dalton is expanding its presence in Nashville, and this move is a natural next step in our company’s evolution,” said Jessica Howard, senior vice president of Integrated Communications, in the release. “As one of the top five agencies in size and revenue in the market, we needed to expand our space to keep up with the increased business and added employees at our agency. We look forward to being a part of the Germantown neighborhood.” 

The Neuhoff project is a transformation of the early 1900s meatpacking district and will total nearly 1 million square feet along the Cumberland River. The property will offer multifamily residences, office, retail and restaurant space as well as a riverfront amphitheater. 

The move from 2115 Yeaman Place to New Cities Properties’ Neuhoff District will take place later in 2023. The mixed-use residential, retail and office project will eventually total more than 914,000 square feet along the Cumberland River and is being headed by Jim Irwin, who previously led the development of Ponce City Market, a 2.1 million square foot former Sears, Roebuck & Co. distribution facility, in Atlanta. The expansive Nashville Neuhoff District office space will allow Dalton employees to work closely together and encourage creative collaboration in a fun, open-spaced environment. 

“This move continues an exciting new chapter for the agency and our office in Nashville,” said Jim Dalton, Dalton chairman. “The opportunity to move into the vibrant Germantown area, while remaining close to our previous East Nashville location, will provide multiple benefits for the agency and our clients. We believe relocation into the transformational Neuhoff Project makes a statement about our commitment to this city and our goal of further growth for Dalton in this market. Neuhoff is spectacular and we couldn’t be happier.” 

“We’re extremely pleased to make this announcement with Dalton,” said Jim Irwin, New City Properties president. “Dalton understands the culture and community that we’ve worked so hard to create at Neuhoff and we couldn’t be more pleased. This brings together a special agency with a special project and we look forward to many more announcements in the near future.” 

Dalton represents such marquee Nashville companies as the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Realtracs, the Nashville Public Library, Cumberland Pharmaceuticals, Ascend Federal Credit Union, CoreTrust and Nashville Health Care Council. In less than ten years, Dalton has made several key acquisitions in Nashville, merging with Bill Hudson & Associates in 2015, Anode in 2018 and The Bradford Group in 2020.

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