Mylinda Vick, CCIM


209 29th Avenue North, Suite 150 Nashville, Tennessee 37203 USA
+1 (615) 366-1098

Nashville, Tennessee

Commercial Real Estate

Cherry & Associates

Mylinda Vick has spent 20 years working in corporate real estate.  As a principal of Cherry & Associates, LLC, which was established in July 1994 as an exclusive tenant/buyer representation firm, Mylinda is a seasoned veteran of Tenant/Buyer transactions having completed over $300M in total transaction volume.  

Prior to becoming a Principal in Cherry & Associates, LLC, Mylinda was the Executive Assistant and served as the Assistant Secretary for McDevitt Street Bovis, which is now Bovis Lend Lease, a worldwide commercial construction company.    During her Tenure, she handled Human Resources for the Nashville Office, Lease negotiations; was a project assistant for hospital construction projects throughout the United States, as well as serving as an officer of the company.

Mylinda has been recognized by CoStar Realty Group as a “Top Power Broker” for multiple years, and has regularly been featured in the Nashville Business Journal and received the designation of Top Brokers published by the Nashville Business Journal.  The Nashville City Paper featured Mylinda as “Top Ten” People to Watch.    Mylinda has received the Middle Tennessee Office Lease of the Year Award on two separate occasions for office lease transactions totaling over 300,000 sf.  She has been the featured speaker at the Nashville Economic Forum on several occasions to discuss the Nashville Office market.    She is a frequent presenter at the International Tenant Representation Alliance (ITRA).

Mylinda has represented many Corporate Clients including:   Bridgestone, Viacom Corporation, Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz, Mars Petcare, Inc., Thomas Nelson Publishing, Cricket Communications, Cisco Systems, Century II Staffing and Verizon to reference a few.

Mylinda has handled corporate real estate services for several clients, including lease administration services, review of operating expense pass thrus annually, review of market locations and assistance with planning for office/industrial needs based on corporate priorities.

Mylinda has been involved in the following organizations:   Served for six years on the Board of Directors for International Tenant Representation Alliance (ITRA Global) in the many capacities, including the offices of Secretary, Vice Chairman, and Chairman..  She has also served as Chairman for the Economic Forum Committee; Chaired Athena Nominee Luncheon Committee, served as President of Commercial Real Estate Women in Nashville, TN; Served as Secretary of the local CCIM Chapter, nominated for the NBJ’s Women of Influence Award.   She is the past Chairman of the Finance Committee for her church.     Mylinda also volunteers for school and community projects.

Mylinda is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) since 2002.   CCIM is recognized expert in the disciplines of commercial and investment real estate.    She is the Principal Broker for her firm and participates in ongoing education classes.


Tenant Representation

Lease Administration

• State & Local incentives

• Build-to-suits & Development

• Project Management

• Strategic Consulting

• Broker Opinions of Value

FASB & Accounting Consulting

Sustainability & LEED Consulting

• Site Selection

Lease Audit & Advisory

Leasing & Renewals

Subleasing, Assignment, Disposition

• Purchase & Owner/Users

• 1031 Exchanges

Sale Lease-backs

Practice Areas

• Medical & Dental

• Biotech & Life-sciences Laboratories

• Data-center & Colocation centers

• Co-working & office sharing

• Government & Institutions

• Non-profits

• Law firms

• Office

• Industrial

• Light manufacturing & Shop

• Warehouse & Storage

• Distribution centers

• Flex & R&D Showrooms

• Retail

Following are a few interesting facts about Nashville and its commercial real estate market…

  • The Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area has 14 counties and a population of nearly 1.8  million making it the largest metro area in a five-state region.
  • Nashville, the “gateway to the South” is a must-visit city in 2017 according to Travel + Leisure magazine which ranked Music City as one of the top 50 places world travelers should visit.  
  • Nashville is now one of the nation’s top 25 largest cities according to the latest census data with a 5% increase since 2010.
  • Business Insider listed Nashville as one of the hottest American cities for 2016. “Nashville may be known for its country-music scene, but these days the Southern city is much more than just a music town. It’s becoming a focal point for the auto and health care industries. The area is home to more than 300 health care companies and has more than 30,000 jobs in the auto industry.”
  • named Nashville the 8th best U.S. market in which to buy a home in 2017, citing the city’s recent growth in population, jobs and home prices.
  • Nashville is ranked 6th among the nation’s top cities for real estate investing in 2017.