The Tennessean
By Marcus K. Dowling

Two years after announcing they would be leasing office space in Wedgewood Houston's Nashville Warehouse CO. building, the Academy of Country Music (ACM) finally hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at their new, 9,773-square-foot, third-floor office space in the 140,000-square-foot, five-story building on Fourth Avenue South.

Notable guests at the event deemed by many in attendance as "Hollwood-meets-Nashville" included ACM CEO Damon Whiteside, Nashville Mayor John Cooper, Nashville Convention and Visitors Corporation President Deana Ivey, space developers AJ Capital's CEO and Founder Ben Weprin, ACM Board Officers, plus the reigning New Female and Male Artist ACM Award winners, Lainey Wilson and Parker McCollum.

Notably, for private real estate firm AJ Capital, the ACM offices expand their Nashville music industry holdings and investments to the EXIT/IN, the renovation of North Nashville's legendary Club Baron, previously-mentioned Soho House Nashville and Live Nation having space in the same Nashville Warehouse Co. building.

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