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Murfreesboro Gateway
Gateway BuildingWhat the Gateway Is
Murfreesboro, Tennessee is home to the Murfreesboro Gateway, a business address you'll be proud to call home. The Murfreesboro Gateway is a prosperous corridor of plush new Class A office space, nestled in the heartland of Middle Tennessee, and developed by the City of Murfreesboro.

The 400-acre mixed-use complex is strategically located adjacent to Interstate 24 via the new medical center parkway interchange and only 30 miles from downtown Nashville, the Nashville International Airport and minutes from the campus of Middle Tennessee State University and downtown Murfreesboro.

What it Offers
The Murfreesboro Gateway is a unique development offering the business community amenities unmatched in complexes of its kind. Users will have access to an 18-hole, championship golf course, the city's system of greenway trails, and natural and historic features that promote the area's rich character.

The Ideal Location
The Gateway is an ideal location for corporate headquarters, R&D centers, Class A office space, and other similar developments. The Gateway is already home to Class A office, medical office, retail and corporate headquarters. Projects are also planned for a new hospital, medical office, financial institutions, residential lofts, and Class A office.

The city has also reserved two, 25-acre parcels for corporate headquarter locations. These sites offer all infrastructure and utilities and incentive packages are available. The Gateway of Murfreesboro is a destination for the corporate client desiring a location with full service amenities and design guidelines.

Money Magazines Top 100 Places to LiveSpecifications
  • Half-million square feet of Class A office space
  • Plentiful dining options nearby
  • 100,000 residents
  • One of the top scoring school systems in the state
  • One of the fastest growing counties
  • Largest undergraduate school in the state, Middle Tennessee State University
  • Murfreesboro was named by Money Magazine as one of the 'Top 100 Places to Live' in 2006 and one of Best Places to Raise Kids by Business Week in 2008

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