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Music industry executive pays $2.1 million for La Vergne property | Development

About 18 months after spending $2.2 million on a southeast Davidson County building from which he operates his music and entertainment rehearsal and storage space, Danny Nozell has paid $2.1 million. dollars for an adjacent property.

According to a Davidson County Deeds Registry document, Nozell used his Lolo Enterprises LLC to acquire the 1.17-acre property, which offers an address of 1400, boul. Gould and is apparently empty.






1400, boul. Gould




The purchase follows Nozell – whose business Noz Entertainment oversees that manages Dolly Parton – having paid $2.2 million in December 2020 for a building from which its business operates (read here). This 1.51 acre property is located at 1415 Heil Quaker Blvd., adjacent to the building that was just purchased. The properties are located south of the Old Hickory Boulevard exit of Interstate 24.

The seller in the most recent transaction was Aim Inc., which paid $80,000 for the property in 1995, according to Metro records.

Nozell landed a $1.68 million loan from Pinnacle Bank, a separate document notes. He could not be reached for comment, and the Job was unable to determine if any brokers were involved in the transaction.

Sullair Air Compressors once operated out of the building and is now located nearby at 1430 Gould Blvd.

Noz Entertainment, formerly known as Nove Entertainment, apparently moved out of 6705 Centennial Blvd in May. in West Nashville at the La Vergne building that Nozell previously acquired. Noz had operated on Centennial since 2016, MusicRow.com reports.

Nozell also owns CTK Enterprises, whose clients have included or include, in addition to Parton, KC & The Sunshine Band, Kenny G, Dennis Quaid, Kenny G. and the late Michael Lee Aday (aka Meat Loaf), according to the website. of the company.