Fast-growing health-tech company on the move to high-profile project

Nashville Business Journal

A fast-growing health care technology company will relocate its office to a growing North Gulch development.

Software company Bridge Connector signed a lease in late June for 36,000 square feet of space in the Capitol View development, company CEO David Wenger said. Wenger said the company plans to move into the development in February.

Bridge Connector’s software connects two separate systems, such as a customer-relationship management platform and an electronic medical record, so data can automatically be shared between the two at hospitals and other health care entities.

Rapid growth has led the company to search for a larger home. The company, which launched in January 2018 and moved its headquarters from Florida to Nashville at the start of this year, has grown from five employees to more than 100. Bridge Connector also maintains offices in Palm Beach Gardens and San Francisco.

The company currently leases the 24th floor of downtown’s Fifth Third Center. Wenger said he was attracted to Capitol View because of the abundance of health care companies located in the development. Other health care companies in the development include two HCA subsidiaries, HealthTrust and Parallon.

In its new office space, Bridge Connector will be able to accommodate up to 225 employees, Wenger said; he hopes to reach that size in the next 12 to 18 months.

Expanding its office space stands as the latest example of the company’s growth. Bridge Connector bought Nashville software startup ZagHop in June, two months after closing a $10 million round of funding in April.

Capitol View, a 32-acre mixed-use property on Charlotte Avenue, is designed to include 1.1 million square feet of office space and has attracted a variety of corporate headquarters and offices. Co-working corporation WeWork announced in March plans to open a 65,000-square-foot office in Capitol View. LifeWay Christian Resources is also headquartered in the development.

The development’s office space is quickly filling up. Capitol View is down to two floors of rentable office space, said Thomas McDaniel, Director of Office Properties for Capitol View developer Boyle Investment Co. There is about 70,000 square feet of space in these two floors, McDaniel said.

Capitol View, developed by Boyle with financial backing from Northwestern Mutual, is also set to include about 600 apartments, 130,000 square feet of retail, a pair of hotels and a public park, among other features. Publix Super Markets Inc. will open one of its urban stores inside the development, at the corner of Charlotte Avenue and 11th Avenue North.

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Nashville’s Newest Buzz-Worthy Neighborhood is Capitol View

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Just north of the bustling Gulch neighborhood sits a 32-acre development called Capitol View. The first of its kind in Nashville, the “multi-use urban district” is home to retail stores, restaurants, fitness studios, apartments and more. The joint venture of Northwestern MutualBoyle Investment Company and Northwood Ravin was established in 2017 and also includes the corporate offices of HCA and LifeWay. The development brings a unique, walkable mini-neighborhood to the heart of downtown, offering string light-lined streets and healthy local eats, as well as larger national brands that specifically selected this area to open their doors in Nashville.

One of the familiar friendly faces you’ll find in Capitol View? Nashville’s beloved M.L. Rose. The craft beer and burger joint was one of the very first to open in Capitol View in 2017. Owner Austin Ray explains that it’s not the first time that he and his team have chosen to open in a not-yet-established neighborhood. They went in early to both the Melrose and Charlotte Avenue locations and with purpose. He tells us, “It’s been one of the most rewarding things as a neighborhood pub owner watching neighborhoods grow around a location.”

Austin was searching for a third M.L. Rose location, and once he learned about the development, he knew he’d found it. Capitol View is readily accessible to so many of Nashville’s hottest areas — near Bicentennial Mall and Germantown, right on the border of downtown, connecting with the Gulch via not just 11th Avenue but also the Gulch Greenway, and then you have Marathon Music Works just around the corner. Austin tells us, “The connectivity was unprecedented.” That’s likely why you will see so many local and non-local businesses establishing first, second or, in this case, third locations in the development. Well, that and the parking. Marla Skipper of SVM Boutique puts the thoughts of all residents into words: “The perks of free parking are unmatched!”

Sercy + Co. opened its first location in Capitol View earlier this year, filling their shop with beautiful, thoughtful gifts from candles, candies and books to cards, glassware and journals. The idea stemmed from the Southern tradition of “sercies,” or little just-because gifts meant to make you smile. The bright store invites browsing and shopping for a special surprise, and we recommend chatting with the fabulous team who can guide you through the stories of each item they carry.

New to Nashville, VICI, a popular women’s clothing store, will open its first location outside of California at Capitol View. They have a giant online presence but just two brick and mortar stores in California. They have a very loyal customer base in the Nashville area, though, so they began the search for a storefront here. Like Austin, they were struck by the walkability and accessible location of Capitol View and decided they’d found the place. Their VP of Buying and Marketing, Aimee Dudum Colorado, tells us, “Capitol View will be the perfect home for VICI, centrally located and next to all the errands and appointments a VICI girl does on the daily!”

Mark Traylor, a partner of Capitol View, explains the mission behind their development. “Our vision for Capitol View is to provide Nashville with the first all-encompassing district where you can shop, eat, work and live without leaving the neighborhood. Capitol View has been intentionally built to foster community, and we’re proud that so many retailers, restaurants and businesses have chosen to open their doors here.”

A community is forming, and we hear that straight from the source. Austin of M.L. Rose laughs, “If you have the beer place, you end up getting to know everyone.” It just so happens that M.L. Rose’s bar has been a gathering place for not just the residents of Capitol View, but also the new retailers, restaurateurs and other business people in the community. Their outdoor-facing bar is usually seated with a mix of people, all interacting with one another, both at the bar and in Capitol View. Below, find out what’s open, what’s coming and what else you can expect for the future of Capitol View.

NOW OPEN

Food & Drink:

  • Clean Juice: This place is so much more than juice and smoothies! They have açaí bowls, toasts, grain bowls and salads. We’re fans of the protein toast, topped with avocado and hard-boiled egg. The menu is organic and clean, and the interior is too.
  • M.L. Rose: It’s a Nashville favorite for a reason. Visit on Wednesday nights at 6 p.m. for trivia, and enjoy their wide selection of both craft brews and craft burgers. (SB TIP: It’s one of Nashville’s least-known patios … for now!)
  • Starbucks: For a necessary pre-workout dose of caffeine
  • Your Pie: Don’t let the chain vibe deceive you! This build-your-own pizza place is fresh and addictive. They have whole wheat and gluten-free crusts as well as reasonable prices.

Fashion & Shopping:

  • Sercy+Co: This charming store is stocked with Southern gifts and goods. Duck in to browse or find a goodie for a birthday or “just because” gift.
  • SVM: The shelves of SVM hold chic, on-trend clothing at affordable prices. Their fabulous team will style you for a night out or help you find the perfect pair of jeans.
  • Valerie: This Tennessee women’s boutique got its start in Cool Springs and chose Capitol View as its second location. Find trendy clothing, fun t-shirts and other accessories.

Health & Beauty:

  • Club Pilates: Club Pilates also chose to open in Capitol View due to its convenient location (and ample parking!). Try one of their many class options from early morning to evening, seven days a week.
  • drybar: drybar brings its famous “blow dry only” salon concept to Nashville. Whether a visiting bachelorette party headed to Broadway or a local attending a Saturday event, drybar is your resource in Capitol View.
  • Jón Alan Aveda Salon: This high-end salon offers hair cuts, colors and treatments, spa treatments and more.

Coming Soon …

… and more! Stay tuned.

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Hard-hat tour: Major Cool Springs development quickly taking shape

Nashville Business Journal

McEwen Northside Franklin office buildingReal estate developers have teed up at least seven mixed-use projects in the pipeline on the east side of I-65, in the Cool Springs commercial hub.

But for right now, you’ll find most of the construction equipment on the other side of the highway — bringing to life a 45-acre property that’s been a target for development for at least the past dozen years.

The first buildings in the $270 million McEwen Northside project debut later this year. It’s a landmark checkpoint for developers Boyle Investment Co. and Northwood Ravin, as well as their financier, a wing of Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.

The site on McEwen Drive, across from a Whole Foods and a Bricktop’s restaurant, cycled through a number of owners and potential developers over those years. Thomas McDaniel, who oversees Boyle’s Middle Tennessee office portfolio, said on a site tour this month that the project’s mix of office, retail and apartments plays off work Boyle has been doing in this part of the market since at least the mid-2000s, when the company created the Meridian mixed-use development on the other side of I-65.

“We believe this is tailor-made for us,” McDaniel said.

Tenants announced so far include Williamson Inc., Club Pilates, Tiff’s Treats, Prose nail boutique — and Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille. McDaniel said the fact that the Houston-based chain is choosing Cool Springs for its first Middle Tennessee location validates the vision behind McEwen Northside.

“On the amenity side, [Cool Springs] is really just national chains. It’s not walkable. There’s no ‘district.’ We’re trying to counteract all that,” McDaniel said.

Click on the slideshow with this story to nose in on the progress Bell & Associates Construction is making.

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Franklin, Cool Springs becomes hub for mixed-use construction

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With more than 1 million square feet of office, retail and residential space under construction or planned in Franklin and Cool Springs over the next few years, it comes as no surprise for residents to see construction along major corridors these days. However, behind the cranes and steel beams is a growing trend.

Several mixed-use developments—projects featuring a combination of uses, such as office, residential and retail—have been established in the area recently with plans for more coming online.

“I think a major catalyst that helps that along is Envision Franklin—that’s our long-range planning document,” said Amy Diaz-Barriga, current planning supervisor for the city of Franklin. “We’ve always had one as a city, but we did an update to it in 2017. And part of that was to really promote the idea that you should mix living and working and playing all in the same area. It’s a trend all over the country, but we hadn’t seen it here.”

Projects including McEwen Northside, Mallory Green and Harpeth Square have all began development in just the past couple of years and are already under construction, with some tenants already moved in or expected to open as early as this summer. Others, such as East Works District, are still in the early phases of planning.

As part of the city’s Zone Franklin project, a draft of which was released in late May, the city is working to imagine how parts of the city, including Cool Springs, will look as more developers come into the area.

“You can’t expect Cool Springs to be downtown [Franklin],” Ward 1 Alderperson Beverly Berger said. “The culture of that [area]is going to be the new, younger, hipper place to be in Cool Springs. Some people want to be downtown, too, because that’s cool as well. Even though it’s very historic, it’s got a lot of character. But we need to bring more character to Cool Springs. We have good things in the space.”

The next open house for residents to provide input will be held Aug. 15, and the Zone Franklin plan is ultimately expected to be adopted in early 2020, according to a May 29 release from the city.

Meeting demand

As residential growth continues in the area, developers said these mixed-use projects are in response to changing market demands.

“I think we’re beginning to see the demographics begin to change,” said Phil Fawcett, managing partner for Boyle, the company developing McEwen Northside. “We’re seeing an increase in empty nesters. We’re seeing an increase in young professionals, which we’re responding to and changing the character of what we’re delivering.”

A common theme of mixed-use projects in the area features retail, office space and restaurants along the ground floor with residential units on the upper floors and hotels or other uses close nearby.

“[Mixed-use is] the trend across the country; there’s always a market segment that wants to live out[side the city]and they want more land there. They’re fine not being connected,” said Steve Bacon, chief operating officer for Harpeth Associates, the developer of Harpeth Square. “But there’s a big part of the segment that think it’s kind of cool that they can get out of the house, or wherever they’re living at a condo or apartment, and walk to somewhere to eat, walk to an event and not have to use the car.”

More than 700 apartment homes are slated for the Cool Springs area, according to site plans, which is expected to add to area growth. In a 2019 survey released in May, 38% of surveyed residents said growth and development were the biggest challenge facing the city, which was the No. 1 response. However, Berger said the development is appropriate for the area.

“What people don’t understand is Cool Springs was designed originally to hold a lot of density to be around the interstate, [for]future apartments, to put future workspaces, like corporations [and]bigger buildings,” she said.

While growth is a concern for residents, Diaz-Barriga said new development does not necessarily mean constructing a new building on previously undeveloped land. East Works District, located on the site of The Carothers Building on Carothers Parkway, has submitted plans to create more buildings and uses in and around the existing development.

“You can always redevelop sites, and I think we might see that trend coming forward,” Diaz-Barriga said. Especially in that I-65 corridor, where there’s lots and lots of parking lots, I think the trend will be that the parking lots will turn into parking structures, which frees up a lot of land to do these developments.”

Many of the mixed-use centers coming to the area are in line with development standards for the city of Franklin, Diaz-Barriga said. She said when the city’s planning department sees plans for a new mixed-use development, staffers are looking for integration of varying uses throughout the center.

“When a developer comes with one of these mixed-use centers, I think one of our goals is to see that is truly a mix of uses,” Diaz-Barriga said. “There’s a mix horizontally and vertically, not just a building with some apartments next to an office building next to a shopping center.”

Making connections

City officials and developers say one large advantage to mixed-use centers is their ability to provide more connectivity in the area, either by creating more walkable areas surrounding the development or by tying into existing infrastructure and transit.

Berger said older developments in the area do not necessarily provide the connections to surrounding residences and workplaces that the city would like to see.

“Now we’re finding out that these standalone office parks are really not a good thing, because you’re relying upon your car to get in and out all the time,” she said. “So, when you’re doing that you’re putting more traffic on the roads during the day. But we can improve the uses and keep people from having the need to get in their car and go out all the time during 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.”

Site plans for developments such as Mallory Green and McEwen Northside include sidewalks and trails to connect them to other areas near McEwen Drive and Mallory Lane to allow residents or employees to walk to restaurants, shopping and grocery stores. Additionally, Harpeth Square will tie into the existing sidewalks in downtown Franklin.

“I think that’s good for the street life, and that’s good for the restaurants that are down there,” Bacon said. “It adds to the vibrancy of the community. You want a walkable, connected community, but you got to give them reasons to want to walk and connect.”

Additionally, because several of the new developments are zoned along I-65 in Cool Springs, new residents and employees will have access to public transit, as they are close to the Franklin Transit Authority’s Blue Line routes, which spans from I-65 near the Williamson Medical Center and the CoolSprings Galleria to downtown Franklin. Diaz-Barriga and Berger said they are hopeful connections like these could help take cars off the road, improving area traffic.

“One [thing]I personally hope to see come out of this rise in centers is that it might spur some additional alternative transportation trends,” Diaz-Barriga said. “As things get denser and folks need to move not so far to get to all their different places, perhaps transit becomes more of a reality for Franklin. I think that would be great.”

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McEwen Northside expecting to debut retail tenants this fall

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It’s sunny skies for McEwen Northside, a brand new development currently under construction in Cool Springs.
Unlike much of suburban Franklin, this endeavor is going to be a fully walkable community where everything from residential to retail is available within its 45 acres of land, and it is soon nearing completion.
After starting construction early in 2018, Boyle Investment Company (led by Phil Fawcett) is expecting Phase One to be finished before the end of 2019 and as early as September. Phase one encompasses the space surrounding the Central Park, a building with restaurants, retailers, office suites, and more, all with easy access to outdoor recreational resources.
In order to create a fully self-sufficient neighborhood, various amounts of space is reserved for different aspects of this project, and progress is already under way.
Kirsten Cales, a spokesperson for this new development, said that so far, Tiff’s Treats, Perry’s Steakhouse, Club Pilates, and PROSE nail salon have all signed leases to bring everything from mouthwatering desserts and meals, intense aerobic workouts, and soothing manicures within an easily accessible community.
“While we are not able to discuss tenants that haven’t signed a lease yet, we are expecting man more retailers and restaurants, and we look forward to sharing more news soon, Grenier said.
Approximately 100,000 square feet is reserved for restaurants and retail space, and there are still several spots available.
Along with plenty of popular retailers, there will also be 580 luxury apartments with amenities like courtyards, a pool, workout facilities and gathering spaces, as well as an upscale 150-room hotel, all minutes away from local restaurants and stores and less than an hour away from Nashville.
Some additional 750,000 square feet is reserved for Class A office space available in a state-of-the-art campus.
To find out more about this new community and its availabilities, details about McEwen Northside can be found at https://mcewennorthside.com/.

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Clean Juice opens at Capitol View

Nashville Post

capitol view nashville - clean juice opensClean Juice will open in Capitol View on Friday, June 21, with a public event from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The downtown location is the third in Nashville for the North Carolina-based franchise.

The store, which bills itself a 100 percent certified organic juice bar, is located at 412 11th Ave. N. in the North Gulch mixed-used building home to The Residences at Capitol View. The restaurant and retail spaces in the building are managed by Franklin-based Boyle Investment Company.

Clean Juice joins other retailers in the structure, including Jón Alan Salon, drybar, Starbucks, Your Pie, M.L.Rose, SVM Boutique, Sercy + Co., and Valerie Boutique. Publix, HOTBOX, Rukus Cycling Studio, WeWork, VICI and Central BBQ are all slated for Capitol View, according to a press release.

“We were immediately drawn to Capitol View because … it bridges … the Gulch, Germantown and downtown, increasing the community feel of the district,” Shane Bowen, Clean Juice at Capitol View owner, said in the release. “Capitol View is creating an urban district for the next generation of Nashville, and we’re eager not only to bring Clean Juice to the area, but to truly connect with the community.”

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Massage therapy spa set for Capitol View

Nashville Post

MassageLuXe picks Nashville for first Tennessee location

National massage therapy spa MassageLuxe is slated to open its first Tennessee location in early fall in downtown Nashville’s Capitol View.

According to a release, the spa will be located in the mixed-use building with an address of 406 11th Ave. N.and the eventual home to among others, Publix.

The release does not disclose terms of the lease.

The first MassageLuxe (stylized as “MassageLuXe”) opened in April 2008 as a company-operated unit in Rock Hill, Missouri, a St. Louis suburb. Based in Fenton, Missouri, the company, which offers franchises, now operates 58 locations in 14 states spanning New Jersey to California.

“We’re proud to … bring another health-focused retailer and valuable amenity like MassageLuxe,” said Grant Kinnett, who handles retail leasing with Capitol View co-developer Boyle Investment Co. “MassageLuxe not only complements our dedication to offering wellness-centric amenities like boxing, Pilates and yoga at Capitol View, it also brings a luxury service to the community. We’re confident that downtown residents will appreciate the accessibility and services provided at this location.”

MassageLuxe offers massages, facials and waxing services via various membership options for both individuals and corporate entities. The spas provides customized massage therapies such as Swedish, hot stone, deep tissue, prenatal, reflexology, sports and couples massage.

MassageLuxe joins Clean Juice, Jón Alan Salon, drybar, VICI, Starbucks, Your Pie, Club Pilates, M.L.Rose, SVM Boutique, Sercy + Co., and Valerie Boutique. Other retailers opening soon in Capitol View including the Publix, HOTBOX, Rukus Cycling Studio, WeWork, VICI and Central BBQ.

The building in which the spa will operate is in the structure accommodating The Residences at Capitol View, a 378-unit high-end rental residential community that is about 85 percent leased.

A 32-acre mixed-use urban node within the North Gulch, Capitol View is a joint venture between Boyle, Northwestern Mutual and Northwood Ravin.

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Tiff’s Treats to open new location at McEwen Northside in Cool Springs

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McEwen Northside - Tiff's Treats - cookie deliveryAustin-based cookie company Tiff’s Treats will open a location in McEwen Northside, a 45-acre multiuse development currently under construction in the Cool Springs area.

This will be the fourth Nashville-area location for Tiff’s Treats, according to a news release. The location is expected to open in December in the center, located near McEwen Drive and Mallory Lane. An exact address has not been announced.

Tiff’s Treats offers delivery services for freshly baked cookies and sweets in a variety of flavors. The company joins Prose nail boutique, Club Pilates, and Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille as recently announced tenants.

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The Memphis Business Journal By Jacob Steimer Boyle Investment Co. is preparing Schilling Farms for more office buildings, retail bays, and, potentially, apartments. The 443-acre Collierville community has had a dearth of shovel-ready office lots since Boyle sold a 3.4-acre site to Mueller Industries in 2017, Boyle’s Les Binkley said. This drove the firm to […]

Two More Tenants Announced for McEwen Northside

Williamson Source

Tiff’s Treats and Club Pilates have announced new locations coming to McEwen Northside, the 45-acre mixed-use environment offering fully integrated commercial, retail, residential and green spaces in Cool Springs.

Previously announced McEwen Northside tenants:

  • PROSE Nail Salon to open this fall
  • Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille to open summer 2020

“We are excited to welcome Club Pilates, PROSE and Tiff’s Treats to McEwen Northside,” said Phil Fawcett, partner with Boyle and developer of McEwen Northside in a release. “These sought-after brands are just a few of many elements making McEwen Northside a dynamic and desirable destination.”

Club Pilates is a boutique fitness studio that specializes in reformer-based strength-training classes for anyone, at any age or fitness level. McEwen Northside will be its fifth location and the second location at a Boyle property in middle Tennessee.

“The Cool Springs area is overdue for a small-group, reformer-based Pilates studio, and we have had many requests to open in the area,” said owner Tom Fielder. “McEwen Northside is a perfect location for our members due to its ample parking, easy accessibility and exciting co-tenancy.”

The new location is set to open in October.

With locations all across the country, Tiff’s Treats’ fourth location in Nashville is expected to open at McEwen Northside this December. This will be the cookie delivery company’s second location at a Boyle property in Middle Tennessee.

“This project has been very well-planned in terms of mixing retail, office and residential. It’s essentially a self-sustaining community and will offer immediate demand for us as shoppers, workers and residents come and go each day,” said real estate development manager Mike Harris. “Finding such a great spot at a prime intersection like Mallory and McEwen gives us fantastic delivery access to the heart of both downtown Franklin and the Cool Springs area.”

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Central Nashville Office Development Opens Doors

Commercial Property Executive

Boyle Investment Co. broke ground on the 324,000-square-foot Class A project two years ago, with Northwestern Mutual providing construction financing.

Boyle Investment Co. has finished construction of Capitol View’s Block E, a 324,000-square-foot Class A office property in downtown Nashville, Tenn., according to Yardi Matrix. The developer began work on the site in May 2017, financed by an 11-year, $56.9 million construction loan from Northwestern Mutual.

Located at 500 11th Ave. N., the asset is between the Tennessee State Capitol and Interstate 40, opposite two other office properties, occupied by LifeWay and HCA. The 10-story building is part of the larger Capitol View urban district. Once the 32-acre mixed-use development is completed, it will contain a total of 1.1 million square feet of office, 130,000 square feet of retail, a 378-unit luxury community and a 169-key Hampton Inn & Suites.

Block E, anchored by two 65,000-square-foot leases—one with HealthStream, the other with WeWork—additionally contains 24,000 square feet of retail at the ground floor. The building’s amenities include a conference room, shower and locker facilities and a terrace on the fourth floor. The property is connected to a parking garage with approximately 1,200 spaces. The structure was designed to achieve LEED certification by Cooper Carry, with Flow Construction acting as the general contractor.

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Hotbox Fitness to relocated to Capitol View from The Gulch

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Hotbox - Capitol View - NashvilleKickboxing and strength training studio Hotbox Fitness will move to Capitol View from a Gulch site a few blocks to the south.

The cost to make the move and terms of the lease of space in the building at 500 11th Ave. N. were not disclosed in a release.

The new space is set to open “later this year,” the release notes.

Hotbox (stylized as “HOTBOX”) Fitness opened in Nashville nine years ago at 125 12th Ave. S. in The Gulch. The fitness services business focuses on kickboxing, strength training and yoga programs.

“We’re looking forward to moving our studio to Capitol View and taking advantage of the growth of the area and the opportunity to truly be ourselves through building out a space designed specifically for HOTBOX,” Hotbox operating partner Kyle Mims said in the release. “Capitol View still has the big-city feel of Nashville but is very intentionally built to foster community.”

Capitol View, a built-from-scratch urban node within the North Gulch, just saw the opening of Trolley Park at the 500 11th Ave. N. building. The 2.5-acre Frankie Pierce Park and connection to the greenway system are set to open in June. Capitol View is home to, among others, Pinnacle Financial Partners, M.L.Rose, Starbucks and Jón Alan Salons. Other tenants are coming soon, including WeWork, Publix, Drybar and Central BBQ. The Residences at Capitol View, offer 378 units, is more than 70 percent occupied five months after opening.

“As the district grows, we’re dedicated to providing opportunities for Capitol View residents, office and retail employees, and other downtown residents to stay healthy through the addition of health-focused retailers like HOTBOX Fitness and the park and greenway connection,” said Grant Kinnett, an official with Capitol View co-developer Boyle.

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Brentwood Farmer’s Market now open in CityPark Brentwood

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The Brentwood Farmers Market (BFM) opened its 2019 season last week in the grassy area of CityPark Brentwood. Considering the fact that the market — only in its second season — started in June last year, Market Manager Kasi Haire said she was pleased the first week’s turnout.

As the seasons continue to begin in May, Haire said she hopes more people in the Brentwood community will attend the market earlier in the season.

The BFM is one of several that Haire manages, including the Nolensville Farmers Market and Berry Farms Farmer’s Market.

The BFM will take place every Thursday from 4-7 p.m. until Oct. 17 at CityPark.

A list of vendors is posted to BFM social media days before the each week’s market, Haire said.

Stephanie Henley, owner of Six Forty Homestead, poses for a photo at the Brentwood Farmer’s Market at CityPark Brentwood on Thursday, May 23, 2019. Henley creates natural handcrafted artisan body care products with beeswax raised on her farm in Hampshire, Tennessee. She’s a licensed esthetician with a background is in holistic healthcare.
Brothers Brandon Harris (left) and Taylor Harris (right) pose for a photo at their 2 Gringos Pralines booth during the Brentwood Farmer’s Market at CityPark Brentwood on Thursday, May 23, 2019. The brothers began their business in 1991 as a homeschool project that aimed to teach them how to run a small business. Their mother Jan Harris took over the business when her sons were in high school, and now the family continues to run the business at area farmers markets.
Brothers Brandon Harris and Taylor Harris run their 2 Gringos Pralines booth during the Brentwood Farmer’s Market at CityPark Brentwood on Thursday, May 23, 2019. The brothers began their business in 1991 as a homeschool project that aimed to teach them how to run a small business. Their mother Jan Harris took over the business when her sons were in high school, and now the family continues to run the business at area farmers markets.
Noah Fagan, of Nashville, works at The Peach Truck booth during the Brentwood Farmer’s Market at CityPark Brentwood on Thursday, May 23, 2019. The Nashville-based company sells peaches grown at Pearson Farm in Ft. Valley, Georgia. Fagan said Pearson Farms is one of just three family-owned farms that still grow Georgia peaches.
Kimberly Walker and daughter Rileigh, 4, talk with shoppers inside their Little Blooms Shop booth at the Brentwood Farmer’s Market at CityPark Brentwood on Thursday, May 23, 2019. Walker said the business — selling handmade bows, necklaces, bracelets and earrings — was born after she started making those items for Rileigh and people suggested she sell them. Walker said she’s been taking the Little Blooms Shop to farmers markets for four years.
Fourth of July-inspired handmade bows, necklaces, bracelets and earrings are pictured inside the Little Blooms Shop booth at the Brentwood Farmer’s Market at CityPark Brentwood on Thursday, May 23, 2019. Owner Kimberly Walker said the business — selling handmade bows, necklaces, bracelets and earrings — was born after she started making those items for her daughter Rileigh, 4, and people suggested she sell them. Walker said she’s been taking the Little Blooms Shop to farmers markets for four years.
Kelly Shamblin, founder of Lavendergirl TN, stands inside her booth at the Brentwood Farmer’s Market at CityPark Brentwood on Thursday, May 23, 2019. Shamblin creates handmade products such as bath bombs, hand and dish soaps, lotions and more. Each product is made using pure essential oils. On all of her Lavendergirl TN materials, the scripture Psalm 150:6 is listed. Shamblin credits that bible verse with the inspiration for her business. For now, Shamblin creates all of her products out of her home.
Market-goers shop inside the Bountiful Blessings Farm booth during the Brentwood Farmer’s Market at CityPark Brentwood on Thursday, May 23, 2019.
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Fresh strawberries are seen near the Bountiful Blessings Farm booth during the Brentwood Farmer’s Market at CityPark Brentwood on Thursday, May 23, 2019.
A basket of succulents is seen inside the Twin Rose Farm booth during the Brentwood Farmer’s Market at CityPark Brentwood on Thursday, May 23, 2019.
Andrew Moman, of Twin Rose Farm, stands in shadows at his booth during the Brentwood Farmer’s Market at CityPark Brentwood on Thursday, May 23, 2019. The company sells CBD oil, but Moman said the company doesn’t offer flavors or gummies for the CBD oil. “We’re sticking to one thing and getting really good at it,” Moman said. Twin Rose is based out of a farm in Murfreesboro where the company grows, cuts and produces flowers and hemp.

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