James Fenton, Executive Director of the Gallatin Economic Development Agency, named to the Power 100 by the Nashville Business Journal.
The NBJ recognized James for his work with Facebook to bring an $800-million data center to Gallatin.
(January 14, 2020) The Nashville Predators NHL organization is partnering with a local developer to bring two sheets of ice to Gallatin. WSMV's Terry Bulger shares the news and what it means for Gallatin and Sumner County.
The ice compound is part of The GOAT Farm, a proposed multi-use off of Nashville Pike near Shutes Lane. It will include a hotel, commercial and retail outparcels, as well as an entertainment venue
(August 12, 2020) It started three years ago with a simple inquiry from a prospect looking to locate a data center. As the company we called Woolhawk narrowed its site selection, Gallatin stayed on the list, and stayed, and stayed. We are proud to finally announce that Facebook is building an $800 Million state-of-the-art data center in Gallatin, Tennessee.
A 217-year-old city doesn’t stay alive simply by existing. It stays alive because it grows. Smart growth. Pro-active growth. Gallatin balances the ability to welcome the new, but also politely say “no thank you” to something that we know won’t thrive here. #GallatinTn is going up across the board: population, economy, and investment. We’re truly a city that invests in itself. Our mission is a resilient and diverse economy.
Recognized as one of the top “power suburbs” in the United States, Gallatin boasts high-paying jobs and low taxes. Economic health, rich in education excellence, a thriving arts scene, and a vibrant retail environment make Gallatin a hub for family life. And a big plus: we’re 23 miles northeast of downtown Nashville, a city filling with young professionals and big-name businesses. Amazon. AllianceBernstein. Ernst & Young. Lyft. Warby Parker.
The COVID-19 Pandemic may have moved us inside until the danger passes, but that does not stop companies from considering where they might launch their new venture. Gallatin is still open for companies wanting to start the dialogue for a future location. Check us out online first by flipping through our 2020 Gallatin Economic Development book.
If you're driving around town and see all the construction, then wonder, "What's going on there? What will that be?" - then here's a way to find out: a listing of new developments approved and/or under construction. If you still have questions, give us a call.