Venerable Landscape Architecture Firm Eyes East Side

The space last home to sports bar Field House and located in mixed-used East Nashville building Fifth and Main has changed ownership hands, with a longstanding area company looking to relocate to the property.

Richie Jones and Chris Barkley, co-partners at Nashville-based landscape architecture and land planning company Hodgson Douglas — which was established in 1985 — created Gilbert Properties LLC to acquire the property and are planning to move the firm's offices to the east side.

The seller was Gary Everton, founder of EOA Architects. The design firm also operates its office in Fifth and Main (sometimes stylized as 5th & Main).

A transaction price has not yet been announced and Metro has yet to record.

Jones, Barkley and fellow company partners Joe Hodgson and Jim Douglas are having discussions regarding relocation and lease. 

“We are excited about this East Nashville location, the continuing energy and growth along Main Street, and the quality of the building itself,” Jones said. 

Hodgson Douglas has operated since 1990 from a small office building located at 120 29th Ave. S. in the West End corridor.

Prior to accommodating Field House, the space was home to restaurant Antica.

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