Nashville’s newest neighborhood work club has its sights set on rapid expansion to keep up with the demand from its initial sold-out debut in Eastwood with a waitlist of over 2,000 people. Switchyards has unveiled its plans for two new locations, one at the Laurel & Pine development in the East Hill neighborhood at 921 Cherokee Avenue and one in Germantown at 601 Taylor Street.
Switchyards Germantown will open first on February 23 with Switchyards East Hill to follow, opening on March 22. This marks three total Nashville locations for the Atlanta-based startup in the beginning of 2024.
According to a press release announcing the expansion, the Germantown location is set to feature “3,611 square feet of space with a large cafe area, a meeting room, two roll-up garage doors, and a large outdoor patio for members to enjoy.” The work club offers 24/7 locally sourced coffee and tea services for its members to fuel up for productivity sessions.
“Nashville, we heard you loud and clear,” says CEO and founder Michael Tavani in the release. “After Eastwood sold out in minutes, we had a 2,000+ person waitlist. We knew we had to find more clubs nearby—and fast. We’re excited to have our next two clubs in Germantown and East Hill, and we’re moving quickly to have both clubs ready for new members in only 60 days.”
Memberships for both clubs will drop exclusively to those on the waitlist. To learn more and get on the list, visit the Switchyards website. Waitlisters will also receive exclusive details about the membership drop date, sneak peeks, opening parties, and more.