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Regalia’s “Sip & Shop” Event to Raise Money for Scholarships

October 15, 2018

Daily Memphian By Tom Bailey The “Sip & Shop at Regalia” event will offer guests tastes of foods and beverages from the center’s restaurants and other businesses, as well as live music, sales and door prizes. The event from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct., 18, is a fund-raiser for the Memphis Opportunity Scholarship […]

Fall 2019 opening eyed for Capitol View Publix

October 03, 2018

Nashville Post North Gulch building to offer downtown’s first full-service grocery store Officials with Publix Super Markets and the Capitol View development in the North Gulch announced Wednesday a fall 2019 opening for the grocery store. To be downtown Nashville’s first comprehensive, full-service grocery store upon its opening — the Publix will take a first-floor […]

The Next Generation: Ronnie Grisanti’s at Regalia

September 25, 2018

The Commercial Appeal September 25, 2018 The new Ronnie Grisanti’s is a labor of love. “I knew my father wanted one more restaurant. I had to do this for him,” said chef and owner Judd Grisanti with tears in his eyes. The Grisanti family has been serving its beloved Northern Italian fare in Memphis for more […]

Capitol View: Master Planning a Dynamic Urban District

April 02, 2018

A cohesive yet flexible master plan sets the stage for this Nashville mixed-use development, which is now underway on a brownfield site. From a 32-acre brownfield in a virtual wasteland once known as “Hell’s Half Acre” there now rises a $750 million walkable urban district stitching together its surroundings into a new modern neighborhood destination. Capitol […]

Boyle Investment Co. Celebrating 85th Year

March 25, 2018

Memphis Daily News March 25, 2018 Boyle Investment Co. celebrated its 85th anniversary with a luncheon on Friday, March 23, for its 113 employees on the top floor of its new Class A office building at 949 S. Shady Grove Road. That new office building also marks the complete build-out of the Ridgeway Center, a […]

85 Memorable Years

March 24, 2018

The Commercial Appeal March 24, 2018 The late Bayard Boyle Sr. would often make a deal with his young grandsons on weekends in the 1970s:  If they would accompany him on his drives to the rural outskirts of Memphis to look over some property, he’d let them sit in his lap, hold the steering wheel and pretend […]

$45M Apartment Complex Planned for Germantown, Collierville Border

August 15, 2017

Memphis Business Journal By Jacob Steimer Boyle Investment Co. is preparing to build a four-story, 375-unit apartment complex on Winchester Road in southeast Germantown. The 25-acre project, located on the city’s border with the Town of Collierville, is set to cost about $45 million. It would include 19 buildings, a 196-space parking garage and a […]

Nashville Sees $750M Capitol View Project

July 17, 2017

Construction teams in Nashville, Tenn., are working on the latest phase of a roughly $750 million, 32-acre mixed-use project that will feature offices, retail shops, restaurants, upscale multi-family residential units, hotels and a 2.5 acre urban activity park when complete. Capitol View, a walkable urban district, will offer immediate access to downtown Nashville, The Gulch, […]

7 Big Mixed-Use Projects Coming to Williamson County

May 06, 2017

   Mixed-use development is seen as the future of development here and across the country. It combines commercial, residential and office construction– or a combination of them– to create the feel and convenience of a ready-made mini-town. The concept substitutes space and commutes for convenience and community. Most of them in Williamson County are being […]

Blends Donut Café Holds Grand Opening at Schilling Farms

March 29, 2017

Boyle Investment Company announced today that Blends Donut Café has opened at Schilling Farms in Collierville. The 1,200-square-foot specialty coffee and donut shop is located at the northeast corner of Schilling Blvd. and Winchester on the first floor of Boyle’s upscale multi-family community, The Carrington at Schilling Farms. Blends Donut Café brings the Collierville community and the […]

Popular East Memphis Restaurant Heads East

March 10, 2017

Memphis Business Journal A new retail center in Boyle Investment Company’s 443-acre Schilling Farms community development has landed its first restaurant:  Cheffie’s Cafe. The popular East Memphis restaurant will occupy 3,100 square feet of the 9,000-square-foot Boyle Investment Company-owned retail center at 956 Winchester Blvd. Cheffie’s will also have a 600-square-foot patio. Enlarge Courtesy of […]

Editorial: As a City with a Plan, Memphis Will Compete

February 03, 2017

Memphis Business Journal, February 3, 2017 “This is our shot.” So said local CRE titan Rusty Bloodworth at the start of a Feb. 1 event, “Why comprehensive planning is good for business,” presented by ULI Memphis and MBJ. Bloodworth moderated a program that brought in several luminaries in the world of comprehensive planning, and the “this” Bloodworth […]

Skills Prevail: New Projects Have Cemented Boyle Investment as a Premier Developer

February 01, 2017

By Tim O’Connor Construction Today Magazine February 2017 By Tim O’Connor   Boyle Investment Co.’s most valuable asset is its experience. The 84-year-old company has an extensive portfolio that includes most any kind of development imaginable, from suburban subdivisions to massive downtown mixed-use projects, hotels, and office and retail facilities. .   “Boyle is one […]

The Most Patient Money in Nashville’s Boom

January 20, 2017

Nashville Business Journal January 20, 2017 By Adam Sichko It was November 2015, and finally, the bold bet Henry Lange made was making headway. Lange and Northwestern Mutual Real Estate, where he is a regional director, had been shepherding the Capitol View mixed-use development for close to a decade by that point. It had taken […]

378 apartments, retail and office spaces planned for former Hansen Chrysler dealership site at 11th and Charlotte

December 07, 2016

The Tennessean 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. That $115 million phase is planned for 4.5 acres, including the former Hansen Chrysler Plymouth Jeep-Eagle dealership site across 11th Avenue North […]

East Memphis’ Poplar Avenue May Become Pedestrian-Friendly

December 02, 2016

The Commercial Appeal by Columnist Tonyaa Weathersbee For some time now, Mark Halperin has been watching people scamper across Shady Grove Road to get to Regalia shopping center for lunch or dinner. He’s worried that one day, the cars may catch up to some of them. “…They’re running across the street,” Halperin, executive vice president […]

Three Landlords Want to Create a More Walkable Poplar

December 01, 2016

One of the busiest commercial stretches of East Memphis will get the attention of three landlords who aim to improve walkability in the Poplar Corridor. Boyle Investment Co., Highwoods Properties Inc. and Loeb Properties Inc. announced Wednesday the formation of the Shady Grove/Ridgeway Business Owners Association. The new association will advocate for pedestrian and streetscape […]

Three CRE Firms Join to Improve Connectivity at Busy Poplar

December 01, 2016

The Daily News Three Memphis real estate companies with significant assets in the Poplar Avenue/Ridgeway Road area are making plans to improve connectivity and walkability there. Boyle Investment Co., Highwoods Properties Inc. and Loeb Properties Inc. are forming the Shady Grove/Ridgeway Business Owners Association (BOA), an advocacy organization focused on pedestrian/streetscape enhancements for the East […]

Work Begins on Boyle’s East Memphis Pinnacle Project

October 04, 2016

Memphis Business Journal October 4,2016 Pinnacle Financial Partners’ (Nasdaq: PNFP) future Memphis headquarters remains on pace to open in fall 2017. In July, a $20 million building permit revealed that Boyle Investment Co. planned to construct a new building at 949 S. Shady Grove Road in East Memphis. Later that same month, it was announced […]

Pinnacle Financial Partners New Building’s First Tenant

July 28, 2016

The Commercial Appeal By Tom Bailey   Pinnacle Financial Partners will be the first tenant in the $40 million offfice building Boyle Investment Co. will soon start building at 949 Shady Grove in East Memphis, Boyle announced Wednesday. The Nasvhille-based bank Pinnacle also has signage rights and is the construction lender for the six-story building […]

Pinnacle Financial Partners Is Anchor Tenant in Boyle’s New Office Building at 949 S. Shady Grove

July 27, 2016

By Madeline Faber, Memphis Daily News Pinnacle Financial Anchor Tenant in Boyle’s New Office Building – Memphis Daily News Pinnacle Financial Partners will be an anchor tenant in Boyle Investment Co.’s long-awaited office building in Ridgeway Center. The new $20 million, 155,000-square-foot building will bring Class A space to a starved office market. The office […]

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Regalia’s “Sip & Shop” Event to Raise Money for Scholarships

October 15, 2018

Daily Memphian By Tom Bailey The “Sip & Shop at Regalia” event will offer guests tastes of foods and beverages from the center’s restaurants and other businesses, as well as live music, sales and door prizes. The event from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct., 18, is a fund-raiser for the Memphis Opportunity Scholarship […]

Lee Company’s Berry Farms headquarters will be recognized by U.S. Green Building Council of Tennessee

October 08, 2018

Business Williamson The Tennessee IMPACT Conference, hosted by the U.S. Green Building Council Tennessee , will hold an awards luncheon during the conference that, among others, will recognize the new headquarters of The Lee Company in Franklin “for pushing the envelope of green design in a (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) LEED New Construction project.” Tennessee IMPACT will be […]

Fall 2019 opening eyed for Capitol View Publix

October 03, 2018

Nashville Post North Gulch building to offer downtown’s first full-service grocery store Officials with Publix Super Markets and the Capitol View development in the North Gulch announced Wednesday a fall 2019 opening for the grocery store. To be downtown Nashville’s first comprehensive, full-service grocery store upon its opening — the Publix will take a first-floor […]

Full-service Hilton Franklin Cool Springs opens

September 27, 2018

The Tennessean The new 244-room Hilton Franklin Cool Springs opened this week. Chartwell Hospitality opened the full-service hotel in Meridian Cool Springs Business District, a mixed-use development off Carothers Parkway. The hotel offers a stylish lobby, contemporary guest rooms and six suites with floor-to-ceiling windows. Hilton Franklin Cool Springs is also home to the area’s only roof-level patio, a […]

Fresh Market deal on west side scrapped

September 26, 2018

Nashville Post Grocery company announced plans for Lion’s Head space in 2016 Boyle Investment Co. officials announced Wednesday the company will not lease its Lion’s Head Village shopping center space in West Nashville to The Fresh Market Inc. The announcement concludes a would-be grocery store effort that Fresh Market officials announced in 2016. “The Fresh […]

Capitol View lands Pilates studio

September 25, 2018

Nashville Post Club Pilates eyes mid-November opening in North Gulch mixed-use district Capitol View has secured its latest tenant, with Club Pilates set for a mid-November opening in the mixed-use building to be anchored by a Publix grocery store. Thomas Fielder, the local franchisee for the Irvine, California-based chain, said this will be his third […]

The Next Generation: Ronnie Grisanti’s at Regalia

September 25, 2018

The Commercial Appeal September 25, 2018 The new Ronnie Grisanti’s is a labor of love. “I knew my father wanted one more restaurant. I had to do this for him,” said chef and owner Judd Grisanti with tears in his eyes. The Grisanti family has been serving its beloved Northern Italian fare in Memphis for more […]

Scorecard: Dave Ramsey outlines company’s future at groundbreaking for new HQ

July 13, 2018

Nashville Business Journal July 13, 2018 Scorecard checks back on our headlines from a year ago. Then: In July 2017, personal finance guru Dave Ramsey broke ground on Ramsey Solutions’ new 47-acre home. Ramsey paid $10.2 million in cash for the acreage in Williamson County’s Berry Farms development in 2015 and said he would pay […]

Central BBQ goes to Nashville, changes signs

July 12, 2018

Memphis Commercial Appeal July 12, 2018 The fruits of a new partnership announced more than a year ago involving Central BBQ are now sprouting. The owners announced the long-awaited fourth Central BBQ — at 6201 Poplar where LYFE Kitchen once operated — should open by early August. The other two developments: A fifth Central BBQ […]

Memphis’ Central BBQ is coming to Nashville

July 12, 2018

The Tennessean July 12, 2018 A popular Memphis barbecue joint is planting its flag in Nashville. Central BBQ plans to open a restaurant in early 2019 at 408 11th Ave. N. in the Capitol View development. “Consistency is paramount when it comes to competition (barbecue) and focusing on quality, excellent pork and meat is really […]

Taziki’s expanding CityPark restaurant, plans more locations

July 12, 2018

Franklin Home Page July 12, 2018 Taziki’s Mediterranean Café is expanding its Brentwood restaurant in CityPark. The Birmingham-based restaurant chain also has leased space for a new Columbia location. There are locations in Cool Springs and Franklin. “We have eyes on more locations in Tennessee,” said Dale Wasem, of Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe. “We have plans […]

Mega-developments are hoping to make downtown Nashville greener

July 12, 2018

The Tennessean July 12, 2018 Green spaces are in the works across some of downtown’s most gray areas, where frenetic construction has transformed neighborhoods into grids of boxes and asphalt. Mega-projects Nashville Yards, Capitol View and Peabody Plaza are plotting sizable parks around their towers. In the process, they’re forgoing more profitable choices. “It looks […]