Boyle Report Spring 1995
April 24, 1995
– Overview –The links to the left or within the text below will guide you through the Fall 1995 Boyle Report. More explanation of the links to the left has been included below.
- Joel Fulmer Selected to Counselors Of Real Estate
- Joel Fulmer, vice president of commercial and industrial real estate for Boyle, has been invited to become a member of The Counselors of Real Estate.
- Boyle Sponsors Impressionist Exhibit At The Dixon Gallery and Gardens
- A Collection of some of history’s finest artists is currently on loan at The Dixon Gallery and Gardens due in part to a grant from Boyle Investment Company.
- Boyle Enters Joint Venture For Collierville Property
- Boyle has entered into a joint venture for the development of a parcel of Collierville property.
- Office Space in Sedgwick to Be Some of Finest in City
- An intricate floor pattern of multi-colored granite, rich mahogany walls, and doors trimmed in Italian marble makes some of the most attractive office space in Memphis.
- Demand Increases For Zero-Lot-Line Homes
- Boyle is responding to the demand for more zero-lot-line, detached homes on individual lots.
- Boyle Welcomes The Cloisters to River Oaks
- One of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Memphis is growing thanks to a joint venture by Boyle and Russell Kostka.
- Boyle Developing Southwind Site
- Boyle Investment Company through a partnership is developing 89 acres of commercial property adjoining the Tournament Players Club at Southwind.
- David Gribble Boyle vice president for development for residential and commercial projects.