HCA has leased 120,000 square feet of space at computer maker Dell's campus at Murfreesboro and Donelson pikes, where it plans to relocate 400 technology and back-office employees and add 200 jobs.
The hospital chain's move comes as an affiliate of Irvine, Calif.-based real estate investment and management firm LBA Realty on Thursday completed acquiring the overall 340,000-square-foot office complex. As part of that transaction, Dell is leasing back 65 percent of the overall space, which left the 120,000 square feet of space available for HCA.
Separately, HCA also plans to move 500 administrative, development and finance employees with its physician services group and the TriStar Health division offices from Williamson County to a pair of five-story office buildings on Old Hickory Boulevard near Brentwood that total 300,000 square feet of space. Nashville-based HCA bought that complex from insurance giant AIG a year ago.
HCA's spokesman Ed Fishbough said the company could begin locating employees at the space on the Dell campus in the fall. Overall, HCA plans to bring roughly 700 new jobs to Davidson County in the next five years.
On Tuesday Metro Council will consider a resolution that would increase the annual incentive grant due to HCA for seven years by ...