A commercial property located near the Belle Meade Kroger at the auto-heavy intersection of Harding Pike and White Bridge Road/Woodmont Boulevard has sold for $1.6 million.

The new owner of the 0.23-acre West Nashville property, with a vacant building and an address of 4501 Harding Pike, is Nashville-based May Creek Capital. A family-owned private investment company, May Creek invests in real estate, private equity, public securities and health care, according to the company website.

4501 Harding Pike

4501 Harding Pike as seen in 2019

The seller was Don Brothers, a Heritage Medical Associates allergist-immunologist who paid $180,000 for the property in 1984, Metro records show.

Previous tenants at the nondescript building — opened in 1985 and offering about 1,175 square feet — have included Bernard Health, Moto Photo, an AT&T store and a Fifth Third Bank branch.

Jackson Moore and Kevin Geshke serve as co-principals at May Creek Capital, which was founded in May 2020. Moore previously worked as a partner with Anchor Investments, which is led by Micah Lacher (known for transforming former churches into boutique hotels). Geshke is a former vice president and controller of Ardent Health Services.

An adjacent property home to two structures accommodating Flower Mart partially wraps the just-sold property.

John Maxwell, a principal with Nashville-based Alpine Ventures Real Estate, represented Brothers in the sale of the property. The Post was unable to determine if May Creek used a broker.