A Maryland-based developer has paid $14 million for 450 acres in Williamson County, according to The Tennessean.
The morning daily reports Natelli Communities envisions 381 residential lots for a subdivision to be called Falls Grove. The company's total investment could top $160 million, the paper reports.
Franklin-based banker and philanthropist Gordon Inman, who previously paid $11.6 million for the property, was the seller.
The land is located near Arno Road and State Route 840.
Franklin aldermen on Tuesday night voted unanimously not to take steps to annex more than 400 acres near Del Rio Pike on which PulteGroup wants to build an 800-home senior living community. The ambitious project was opposed by many area residents — including County Mayor Rogers Anderson — who said the company's offer to upgrade some of the roads there wouldn't do enough to stop congestion. Kevin Walters has more from Tuesday night's meeting, including a pledge by some city officials to re-examine the land-use plans for the area.
Brentwood-based wellness company Onlife Health, Inc., has named David Wheeler its vice president of coaching center operations.
Wheeler (pictured) will oversee the performance of Onlife’s coaching center, which include clinical and corporate quality, clinical research and development, training and professional education, and onsite services teams.
Previously, Wheeler served as director of clinical operations for Carewise Health, at which he was responsible for strategic and operations leadership and spearheaded numerous strategic initiatives.
Prior to working at Carewise Health, Wheeler served as director of Medicare and Pharmacy at Humana, Inc., where he guided a team of internal consultants that supported Humana’s Medicare and Pharmacy call center operations.
Wheeler has a master’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in team management and customer operations from Webster University and a bachelor’s degree in management with an emphasis on customer-based management from Nova Southeastern University.
“David is a dynamic professional who brings a wealth of management experience and exceptional leadership skills to his new role,” Jed Dodd, Onlife Health CEO, said in a release. “With David’s guidance, we look forward to continuing to enhance our coaching services and drive even better health outcomes for our clients.”
Seattle-based Nordstrom announced Wednesday plans to open next fall a Nordstrom Rack at Brentwood Place in Williamson County. Baker Storey McDonald Properties manages Brentwood Place, with the outlet store to be located in an approximately 36,000-square-foot space.
"We are delighted Nordstrom Rack chose Brentwood Place for their first store in Tennessee," Carl Storey, principal at Baker Storey McDonald Properties, said in a release. "They are joining an outstanding group of retail merchants in one of the premier shopping destinations in the greater Nashville area."
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