A simple $2.5 million purchase later and United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS) is now the owner of a 3.86 acre property in Nashville, Tennessee. Currently, the land is the location of the Whites Creek Church of the Nazarene. However, the land is rumored to be the expansion site of the adjacent UPS Nashville distribution hub.

According to The Tennessean, the hub expansion will double the current hub’s footprint in Nashville. A permit application has been filed to add 253,000 square feet to the existing 203,662 square foot building. Once completed, the expanded hub will include a vehicle maintenance facility and employee parking. (See also: Three Perks Business Should Give Their Employees.)

This hub expansion is part of a UPS plan to build or expand 15 hubs nationwide. This month has been a flurry of activity for UPS. The delivery company announced a new distribution facility in Atlanta, Georgia, to be built by the end of 2018. UPS also announced the expansion of its Jacksonville, Florida, hub and broke ground on its Columbus, Ohio, hub expansion. In all three instances, UPS received economic incentives from local or state governments in exchange for creating jobs in the area.

There are no more details yet about the Nashville expansion. A UPS spokeswoman told The Tennessean that the company will share more details about the project “once UPS leadership has made a final decision.” (See also: UPS to Expand Columbus Distribution Facility.)

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