Grant Kinnett

Retail Leasing

Responsibilities:Kinnett is primarily responsible for the leasing and sales of Boyle’s Nashville retail portfolio. He is also involved in the due diligence and underwriting of retail investments in the Nashville area.

Professional Record:Since joining Boyle in 2006, Kinnett has been responsible for the leasing and sales associated with Boyle’s Nashville retail portfolio including Cool Springs Festival, The Crossings, Jackson Square, Meridian Cool Springs and Providence Commons. In addition, he has been closely involved in providing financial underwriting and due diligence for retail, office, industrial and mixed-use properties. Prior to joining Boyle, Kinnett was a Corporate Banking Officer with the Atlanta affiliate of Synovus Financial Corp where he financed a wide range of real estate projects and operating businesses throughout the Southeast. Before joining Synovus, he worked with the Atlanta law firm Morris, Manning & Martin, where he assisted the firm’s startup technology clients with business growth solutions and venture capital investments.

Education:Kinnett earned an MBA degree from the Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management with Beta Gamma Sigma honors in 2007, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Vanderbilt University in 2000.

Professional Affiliations:Kinnett is Co-Chairman for the Young Leaders Group of the Urban Land Institute’s Nashville Chapter. He is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP).

Civic and Community Involvement:Kinnett is a skilled supervisor for Habitat for Humanity and is involved in Boyle’s support of New Hope Academy, Boys & Girls Club of Williamson County, and Big Brothers of Mt Juliet.

Honors and Awards:2008 CoStar Power Broker Award

Grant Kinnett's PROPERTIES

Berry Farms Town Center MOB

244 Old Peytonsville Rd, Franklin, TN 37064

Berry Farms Town Center Retail Space

4000 Hughes Crossing, Franklin, TN

The Crossings Retail Space

2280 Lebanon Pike, Nashville, TN

Providence Commons Retail Space

717 S Mt Juliet Rd, Mt Juliet, TN

Meridian Cool Springs Retail Space

1000 Meridian Boulevard, Franklin, TN

McEwen Northside Retail & Restaurant Space

1130 W McEwen Dr, Franklin, TN 37067

Lion’s Head Village Retail Space

90 White Bridge Road, Nashville, TN

Jackson Square Retail Space

445 South Jefferson Avenue, Cookeville, TN

Cool Springs Festival Retail Space

8105 Moores Lane, Brentwood, TN

CityPark Brentwood Retail Space

7011 Executive Center Dr, Brentwood

Capitol View Nashville Retail & Restaurant Space

406 11th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37203

Berry Farms Town Center MOB

Up to 44,000 sf AVAILABLE FOR PRE-LEASE

Berry Farms is a 600-acre master planned, mixed use project conveniently located at the I-65 / Peytonsville Road interchange in Franklin, Tenn. Upon completion, Berry Farms has a total projection of 3 million square feet of office space, 1.8 million square feet of retail and 1,100 residential units.

OFFICES AT TOWN CENTER

  • State of the art buildings
  • Attractive federal-style architecture
  • Innovative and efficient work setting
  • Class A amenities
  • Convenient surface parking
Suite Number Suite Size Availability
Floor 1 22,000 Sq Ft. Call for details
Floor 2 22,000 Sq Ft. Call for details

Berry Farms Town Center Retail Space

600-acre, master planned, mixed use community with 1.8M SF retail, 3M SF office and 1,100 residential units

  • Trade area is extremely underserved by retailers and restaurants
  • One of the fastest growing residential submarkets in the region
  • Unique, landmark community that is the Southern Gateway to Franklin
  • Surrounding area is one of the highest concentrations of wealth in Williamson County
  • Located at a major commuter intersection and I-65 exit
  • Anchored by a new PUBLIX grocery store
Suite Number Suite Size Availability
308-1 1,300 Sq Ft. Available 3Q 2019
308-2 1,300 Sq Ft. Available 3Q 2019
308-3 1,300 Sq Ft. Available 3Q 2019
308-4 1,300 Sq Ft. Available 3Q 2019
308-5 1,300 Sq Ft. Available 3Q 2019
5015-135 2,757 Sq Ft. Call for Details

The Crossings Retail Space

The Crossings shopping center features a new Publix grocery store, which opened in April 2013. The center is located on Lebanon Road in the Donelson submarket and offers high visibility, a traffic count of 30,185 cars a day, and immediate proximity to the airport office submarket, which provides a large daytime customer base.

The Crossings is the dominant, Class A shopping center in the Donelson submarket, and offers a rare Nashville infill retail/restaurant opportunity in a densely populated trade area.

Suite Number Suite Size Availability
2270 1,050 Sq Ft. Available 1/1/20
2290 2,400 Sq Ft. Call for Details
2294 2,000 Sq Ft. Call for Details

Providence Commons Retail Space

Providence Commons is a 201,000 SF shopping center on a 21-acre site in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, a suburb just 20 minutes outside of Nashville. Phase 1, consisting of 110,137 SF of retail space, is complete and 100% leased. Phase 2 is 7.19 acres, entitled for 91,000 SF of retail space, and can be subdivided.

Providence Commons is adjacent to the bustling Providence MarketPlace, an 830,000 SF omnicenter, as well as the Providence master planned community, which includes 3,000+ residential units. Boyle performs both management and leasing services for Providence Commons.

Suite Number Suite Size Availability
Phase 2 Retail 10,000 Sq Ft. Call for Details
Phase 2 Restaurant 10,000 Sq Ft. Call for Details
Phase 2 Jr. Anchor 30,000 Sq Ft. Call for Details
Phase 2 Anchor 90,000 Sq Ft. Call for Details
Lot Number Lot Size Availability
Phase 2 7.19 Acres Call for Details

Meridian Cool Springs Retail Space

Meridian Cool Springs is a vibrant, 60-acre mixed-use development located in the Cool Springs area of Franklin, TN. Meridian is a truly unique development in that it delivers the conveniences of an urban mixed-use atmosphere to a traditionally suburban area with 900,000 SF of office space and 70,000 SF of retail & restaurant space, including two on-site hotels. The project’s pedestrian-friendly design allows for a very productive workday, with the convenience of offices, retail, restaurants, and three hotels all within walking distance via attractive tree-lined streets. A full-service Hilton Hotel is under construction.

Suite Number Suite Size Availability
990-1 3,150 Sq Ft. Proposed
990-2 1,594 Sq Ft. Proposed
990-3 2,518 Sq Ft. Proposed
1175-106 3,503 Sq Ft. Call for Details
2000-118 1,243 Sq Ft. Call for Details
5005-150 5,498 Sq Ft. Call for Details

McEwen Northside Retail & Restaurant Space

McEwen Northside is a walkable, urban community in the core of Cool Springs, one of the most desirable and thriving retail markets in the country. The district’s thoughtful design brings together business, residential, retail, restaurants, hotel, and interactive green spaces to foster connection and community, in a market known for its high disposable income. It’s distinguishing urban shopping and eating experiences make McEwen Northside a destination that active and affluent consumers of all ages will visit time and again. Attracting a curated list of benchmark brands and new-to-Nashville concepts, McEwen Northside is an urban hot spot in the core of a leading suburban market.

Suite Number Suite Size Availability
4031-1 Restaurant 2,761 Sq Ft. Call for Details
4031-2 Retail 1,334 Sq Ft. Call for Details
4031-4 Retail 1,706 Sq Ft. Call for Details
4031-5 Retail 1,835 Sq Ft. Call for Details
4031-6 Retail 1,870 Sq Ft. Call for Details
4031-9 Retail 921 Sq Ft. Call for Details
4031-10 Restaurant 3,744 Sq Ft. Call for Details
4041-1 Restaurant 2,023 Sq Ft. Call for Details
4041-2 Restaurant 6,033 Sq Ft. Call for Details

Lion’s Head Village Retail Space

Lion’s Head Village is a strategically located shopping center on White Bridge Road, which is a major commercial artery in Nashville that serves a highly affluent, densely populated area. It is also within close proximity to I-40 for convenient customer access and a high traffic count. Lion’s Head Village is adjacent to a newly renovated Target, and there are two mixed-use developments south of the center, which are anchored by grocery stores (Publix & Harris Teeter), as well as 35,000 SF of retail space, 40,000 SF of office space, and 54 residential units combined. The center also backs up to a Nashville Greenway walking and biking trail and nature reserve.

Suite Number Suite Size Availability
88 3,200 Sq Ft. Call for pricing

Jackson Square Retail Space

Jackson Square is a 74,680 SF Kroger anchored shopping center with high visibility and traffic counts. It is located in Cookeville, Tennessee, at the bustling intersection of Jefferson Street and Jackson Street. Cookeville is the county seat of Putnam County, with a population of 65,000+, and is consistently ranked among the nation’s most affordable places to live. Cookeville is also home to the Tennessee Technological University, with over 8,600 students.

Cool Springs Festival Retail Space

Cool Springs Festival is a 180,000 SF community shopping center strategically located in the Cool Springs retail area near one of Tennessee’s premiere regional malls, the Cool Springs Galleria. The center, anchored by Michael’s and PetSmart also features a 55,000 square SF Publix Grocery Store. In addition to its feature tenants, the center is also anchored by well known adjacent tenants such as Home Depot, Rooms to Go, and Haverty’s. Boyle performs management and leasing services for Cool Springs Festival. The site features excellent access to and visibility from I-65.

CityPark Brentwood Retail Space

CityPark Brentwood is in the heart of the affluent Brentwood submarket. CityPark is a unique, mixed-use development with 40,000 square feet of retail space, 500,000 square feet of office space, a 126-room Hilton Garden Inn, and the Tapestry apartments (393 high-end units), all within walking distance to the retail buildings in a pedestrian friendly environment with an urban park at the core.

Capitol View Nashville Retail & Restaurant Space

Capitol View includes over 130,000 sq. ft. of premier retail and restaurant space available now for lease. HCA’s completed 500,000 sq. ft. office space and LifeWay’s completed 250,000 sq. ft. office space bring immediate vibrancy to the district. And with another 344,000 sq. ft. of office space coming, plus 378 upscale multi-family residential units, a 169-room Hampton Inn & Suites, and abundant free parking, Capitol View is a genuine mixed-use urban district that will boast vital foot traffic throughout. That translates to more business for you.

Suite Number Suite Size Availability
A-1 Restaurant 3,358 Sq Ft. Call for Details
D-1 Restaurant 7,973 Sq Ft. Call for Details
D-6 Restaurant 2,547 Sq Ft. Call for Details
D-7 Restaurant 1,983 Sq Ft. Call for Details
E-1 Restaurant 11,936 Sq Ft. Call for Details

Broker News

Massage therapy spa set for Capitol View

June 13, 2019

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 […]

Hotbox Fitness to relocated to Capitol View from The Gulch

May 24, 2019

Nashville Post Kickboxing 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 […]

Boutique taps Nashville for first non-California store

May 01, 2019

Nashville Post Vici to take space at North Gulch’s Capitol View California-based women’s clothing boutique Vici announced Wednesday it will open in late 2019 a brick-and-mortar retail shop at Capitol View in downtown Nashville. This will be the third physical location for Vici (stylized as “VICI”) and the first outside the Golden State, according to […]

Businesses Find New Ways to Work

February 22, 2016

WPLN News – Nashville Public Radio by Bridgit Bowden A chief economist from Fifth Third Bank says that the number of new business openings in Tennessee is gradually approaching the number of closings. Fifth Third’s Chief Investment Strategist John Augustine said the transformation of old space into new businesses is fueling the slow economic recovery. […]

Boyle Ready to Redevelop Synergy Business Park

February 19, 2016

Nashville Business Journal By Nevin Batiwalla September 20, 2012 Boyle Investment Co. says it will begin work this fall revamping Brentwood’s Synergy Business Park into a walkable, mixed–use development by adding shops, restaurants and a hotel. But first, Boyle is giving the 500,000-square-foot office park a new name: CityPark. The following excerpts are from Boyle’s […]

Boyle’s Retail Presence Expands in the Nashville Area

August 10, 2015

Boyle Nashville developed a 200,000-square-foot Publix grocery anchored shopping center called Providence Commons in Mt. Juliet, a submarket on the eastern side of Nashville. Both Boyle and Publix were confident in the Providence Commons shopping center site due to its close proximity to the Providence master planned subdivision, which contains 3,200 residential lots of which 2,400 […]

Boyle Redevelops Nashville Shopping Center

August 04, 2015

The Tennessean January 26, 2012 Boyle Investment Company has commenced the $9.5M redevelopment of The Crossings, a 110,229-square-foot shopping center located in the Donelson community of Nashville, at the northwest corner of Lebanon Pike and Fairway Drive.   Boyle purchased The Crossings in 2005 “because of its highly trafficked location on Lebanon Pike, dense demographics, […]

Boyle Affirms Berry Farms Project is Full Steam Ahead

June 24, 2011

The Tennessean by Maria Giordano After three years of biding their time, Boyle Development officials finally broke ground last week on that company’s Berry Farms development in the Goose Creek area. The project, originally approved in January 2008, recently received final approval from Franklin officials, clearing the path to construct more than 600 homes and […]