- Conference Room
- Electric Hookup
- Event Space
- Meeting Rooms
The City of Spring Hill in December 2017 took official ownership of the Workforce Development & Conference Center at Northfield, the City’s largest building purchase ever. The move allowed for major expansion of City of Spring Hill building spaces while saving taxpayers millions of dollars. The entire Northfield Complex and related land also was annexed into City limits.
The two-story, 355,000-square-foot office building at 5000 Northfield Lane is about a mile southwest of City Hall, off Saturn Parkway and U.S. 31. The seven connected buildings that make up Northfield currently serves a wide range of lease tenants, including the office of the South Central Tennessee Workforce Alliance, satellite locations of college and technical school programs, two call centers, the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce, among other offices, with extensive unfilled office space. These leases will remain, helping to cover the City’s cost of operating and maintaining the building.
The City is currently working on plans to expand the Spring Hill Public Library from its current 17,000 square feet to 41,000 square feet in the Building 100 portion of Northfield, as well as to renovate space on the opposite end of the building for a new Police Headquarters.
Northfield, which includes a 100-seat auditorium and a 200-seat conference center, was originally the Saturn automotive headquarters when the automaker located to Spring Hill over 30 years ago. It was used to train Saturn auto mechanics and sales representatives for dealerships, and hold corporate meetings. The building was sold after Saturn’s headquarters moved to Detroit in 2007, and a few years later GM halted production of Saturn and discontinued the Saturn brand in 2010.