The Dickson Renaissance Center is now on sale.
The current owner of Freed-Hardeman University has selected Nate Greene, executive vice president of Colliers International – Nashville, to be represented, according to a press release from Colliers Wednesday morning.
“The sale of this unique facility will be a prime opportunity for any investment group, as the facility offers many opportunities for academic growth in the community, as well as institutional, artistic and / or office campus uses,” Greene said. “An impressive training center, call center or head office are just a few of the possibilities of this center. “
The facility houses a 415-seat auditorium, a 140-seat planetarium, classrooms, offices, meeting rooms and event spaces. The three-story, 106,105-square-foot facility sits on a 7.43-acre site along the northeast side of Highway 46 South in the south corridor of the town of Dickson.
The facility was built in 1999 by the Jackson Foundation and was donated to the current owner, Freed-Hardeman University, in 2013. Current tenants include the Jackson Foundation (original owner), Nashville State Community College and Freed-Hardeman University (current owner).