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Nashville, Tenn. (February 25, 2021) – Foundry Commercial, a full-service real estate services and investment firm with offices across the Southeast, is pleased to announce that John Mudgett has joined the firm as Senior Vice President in Foundry’s Nashville office, primarily focused on office leasing.
In his role with Foundry, Mudgett will work on office leasing assignments in the greater Tennessee region, serving as both a landlord and tenant representative.
“Nashville continues to attract the attention of companies – both large and small – that want to establish a presence in our dynamic market,” stated Jason Holwerda, Market Leader, Nashville. “We believe long-term in the office sector in Nashville, and we’re thankful to bring on a talent like John to respond to our client’s needs.”
Mudgett recently relocated to Nashville from California, where he started his commercial real estate career in 2006 with stents in both Los Angeles and Sacramento. After graduating from Pepperdine University, Mudgett worked in West L.A. and focused primarily on office agency leasing. He later moved to Sacramento, where he created an investment fund focused on distressed real estate development projects, before eventually joining a firm that concentrated on urban core leasing and investment sales opportunities.
“When we were looking to relocate our family, it was imperative that we found a place that combined a high quality of life with a dynamic city that had long-term growth prospects. Nashville checked off every box with an elusive combination of business-friendly policies, natural beauty, and culture. I was immediately attracted to Foundry Commercial due to its best-in-class marketing and team-based approach. The market intel shared internally in the office and amongst the twelve Foundry offices is unparalleled and quite an advantage that we bring to our clients,” said Mudgett.