The Planning Department of the City of Hendersonville is extremely active in the recruitment and retention of retail, office, and industrial clients. The City is currently experiencing unprecedented growth in retail and office development and has over $1 billion in new development approved for construction throughout the City.
With an affluent and well-educated community that has continued to grow at a steady rate, many local, regional, and national developers are realizing success in Hendersonville.
In early 2023, the Middle Tennessee Industrial Development Association conducted its fourth bi-annual Wage and Benefits Survey. This survey is geared towards industrial and manufacturing job creators and survey participants are asked to participate by filling out the completely confidential survey and returning it to the MTSU Business and Economic Research Center. The data gathered helps the City and State in our ongoing Economic Development efforts to retain, redevelop, and recruit industry throughout Hendersonville, Sumner County, and Middle Tennessee.
To explore an interactive map of approximately 40 total Office, Industrial, Retail, and Medical spaces and 20 vacant sites currently available within the City of Hendersonville, please visit the Forward Sumner - Site Selection page.
Thank you to all of the visitors, businesses, and sponsors who participate in our annual Taste of Hendersonville. The City and the Chamber of Commerce truly enjoy the annual event and take pride in the community support for our local restaurants and other food and beverage vendors.
You may also visit the City's Industrial Development Board web page for information on upcoming meetings.
Office & Other Site Needs
The City is currently gathering ownership information, site and building photos, and other useful Economic Development information that will assist businesses seeking to locate or relocate within Hendersonville. City staff will help your team find a suitable site that will meet all of your needs. Please call or email the City's Economic Development and Community Planner, J. Ritterbeck for assistance.