Nashville, TN Commercial Real Estate
In 2001, Boyle Investment Company opened a Nashville Commercial Real Estate office, which has become one of the foremost real estate development and acquisition firms in Middle Tennessee by partnering with local land owners, investors and growing businesses to create lasting value in real estate. In the short time since opening in 2001, the Nashville real estate office has assembled a portfolio of close to 2 million square feet of commercial space, as well as 5 million additional square feet in the development and planning stages, all while achieving such awards as 2005 NAIOP Office Lease of the Year, 2006 NAIOP Developer of the Year, 2006 NAIOP Office Development of the Year, and the Nashville Business Journal Award for Mixed-Use Development of the Year. Browse our Nashville Real Estate below, and feel free to contact our Nashville Real Estate Team with any questions.
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Popular Burger Restaurant Joining Corporate Tenants HCA, LifeWay and HealthStream at North Gulch DevelopmentApril 4, 2017
Nashville favorite M.L.Rose Craft Beer & Burgers is bringing its popular sweet potato buns, signature waffle fries and extensive craft beer menu to the Gulch this year.
HealthStream Inc. has confirmed plans to move its corporate headquarters to roughly 67,000 square feet of space at a new building that will soon start rising at the Capitol View mixed-use campus in the North Gulch.
The Nashville chapter of commercial real estate development association NAIOP held its annual awards ceremony Thursday night at Omni Nashville Hotel.
A series of new projects has cemented Boyle Investment Co. as a premier developer of mixed-use projects in Memphis and Nashville.
Institutional investor Henry Lange and developer Jeff Haynes poured millions of dollars, and even more time, into the Capitol View project that is now redefining the north side of downtown.