The sale of the prominent Country Music Television (CMT) building is expected to close today, according to sources in real estate.
The building, at 330 Commerce St. — which is also referred to as the J.C. Bradford building — is owned by Ferrari Partners, according to Davidson County property tax records, and includes 57,400 square feet.
There’s no word yet on the prospective buyer of the building. Ferrari Partners acquired the building in 2001 for $6 million.
Ferrari Partners was co-founded by locals Chad and Keith Ferrari.
The company owns substantial acreage in Williamson County, including land near Thompson’s Station slated for development, as well as commercial space in downtown Nashville.