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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The next phase of Capitol View — a roughly $750 million 32-acre mixed-use district on downtown’s fringe — will soon be underway via $73 million in construction financing provided by Northwestern Mutual.
The next phase of construction on Capitol View, the ambitious mixed-use development in the North Gulch being led by Boyle Investment Co. on behalf of site owner Northwestern Mutual, is set to begin today.
378 apartments, retail and office spaces planned for former Hansen Chrysler dealership site at 11th and CharlotteDecember 7, 2016
Work is set to start Wednesday on the next phase of the Capitol View mixed-use development in the North Gulch, for which the lending arm of site owner Northwestern Mutual provided a $73 million construction loan.
Memphis-based Boyle Investment Company has shaken up its executive staff in promoting Matt Hayden as CFO and treasurer.
A frequent stop for tourists in the Nashville area is The Hermitage, the estate of Andrew Jackson, who was the seventh president of the United States first elected in 1829