November 16, 2016
Overview: The links below will guide you through the 2016 Boyle Report.
Together with long time partner, Northwestern Mutual, Boyle recently completed new infrastructure for Capitol View, the exciting 32-acre mixed-use project in the urban core of Nashville.
The work of nationally celebrated painter Carroll Cloar now has a permanent home in the city he called home, thanks to a gift from Boyle Investment Company. In honor of the 100-year anniversary of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Boyle made a contribution, which the museum in turn used to establish a new gallery for Cloar’s work.
As the third generation of the Boyles and Morgans begins their chapter in their family’s storied company, they work alongside a new generation of emerging leaders throughout the firm. One of those dynamic new voices is Matt Hayden, who joined Boyle Investment Company as Deputy Treasurer.
When Boyle broke ground on 949 South Shady Grove this summer, the event marked a major milestone in the more than 40-year history of Ridgeway Center. The site is the last remaining parcel in the 204-acre Ridgeway Center development, which began in the early 1970s when Boyle purchased the vast tract at Poplar Avenue and I-240 from Ridgeway Country Club.
With limited availability of new upscale homes in Germantown, Allelon (Al-lay’-lone), Boyle’s new 50-lot residential community at McVay and Messick, will be a welcome addition, especially for families seeking quality Germantown public schools and close proximity to some of the area’s finest private school
With the completion of three major new office, retail and multi-family components at Schilling Farms, the master-planned 443-acre community in Collierville is achieving its ultimate goal of providing an unmatched quality of life behind its simple white fences. Residents, employees, tenants and families are able to live, work, and now shop in a walkable, small-town environment that is unique to this are