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Nashville's Register of Deeds to relocate office, property records from Bridgestone Arena (published by Tennessean)

Sandy Mazza

Nashville Tennessean

The Office of the Nashville Davidson County Register of Deeds — keeper of legal property records from deeds of trust to liens and also voter registration — will move its operations to another downtown location in June.

Services will not be affected by the relocation from Bridgestone Arena at 501 Broadway to 300 Deaderick Street on June 24, Register of Deeds Karen Johnson said.

The new location is near the Historic Metro Courthouse — providing easy access for attorneys who need to pull legal property-related documents.

The move was delayed from June 3 to finish office renovations.

"We have been on a tight timeline for the relocation, and we thank the Nashville Predators for several additional weeks while our new space is being finished," Johnson said.

The Register of Deeds files and records all property deeds as well as information such as property plat maps, military veteran records and voter registration.

"We ask for the public's patience as we take steps to deliver a vastly improved customer experience," Johnson said. "The new location will mean easier access to Metro Courthouse and enhanced parking."

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