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PwC’s Moving to a New Office in Nashville That’s Three Times Bigger Than the Old One

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Reported by Nashville Business Journal, PwC will be leaving its current Nashville space in the annoyingly named SoBro district and relocate to a 30,119-square-foot space at the as yet unfinished Nashville Yards development. If this isn’t a blaring signal that the firm is counting on its people getting back to the office, we don’t know what is.


On its website, Nashville Yards is described as “a 19-acre mixed-use development marked by thoughtful design, a layered environment, and a stream of pedestrian pathways, open green spaces, and plazas. Infused with energy and enlivened by top-tier tenants, Nashville Yards evokes a next-generation sense of place with Class A+ office, retail, entertainment, hospitality, and residential towers in one authentic, irreplaceable community.”

The renders are incredible. It’s like they photoshopped in every single person who lives in Nashville.

Look there’s even a busker loitering in front of that chain cafe
Agoraphobic hermits need not apply
Nashville Yards offers retail, entertainment, and a crippling dose of social anxiety

“The brand-new office will reflect the firm’s updated ways of working and put our people, clients and community experience first. In the past few years, PwC Nashville has nearly doubled our headcount, which sparked the need to move and assess how we use space,” said a PwC spokesperson to the Business Journal.

It’s been ten years since PwC signed a 10-year lease for a little more than 10,000 square feet at Pinnacle at Symphony Place. The firm will be taking the entire 19th floor at the new space in Nashville Yards and is expected to start moving in next year after the development is completed.

PricewaterhouseCoopers nearly triples local footprint in move to Nashville Yards [Nashville Business Journal]

2 thoughts on “PwC’s Moving to a New Office in Nashville That’s Three Times Bigger Than the Old One

  1. I worked here a few years ago, when a partner was sleeping with her married director. They’d be hugging and kissing on each other one room away from the firm happy hour. Surreal way to start a career, seeing your smart and hardworking bosses make such dumb decisions.

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