Add Crescent Resources to the list of developers piling into the South Carothers Parkway area of Franklin. The company best known for developing big chunks of Cool Springs' office projects plans to build 160 single-family homes ranging from the $200,000s to $500,000 on the east side of Interstate 65. Kevin Walters at Williamson AM has more info.
The year 2012 will go down in Franklin Synergy Bank's books as a very good one. In February, the community bank reported its assets had topped $500 million. Since then, it has reported record profits, opened an office in Westhaven and recruited some top talent. Now, right before the end of the year, it also is able to say that its deposits now also total more than half a billion.
Hot Yoga Plus owner Susannah Herring is adding a third studio to her network after agreeing to take over Yoga Country on Wilson Pike Circle in Brentwood. Other than the name, few things will change at Yoga Country, which was launched in 2009 by Amy Crowley. In an email to clients, Crowley said she is "looking to spend more time with my family and find the balance that yoga teaches us. I feel it is time to pass the torch."
SEE ALSO: Word of Herring's early-2011 purchase of Hot Yoga Plus
The newest building in Boyle Investment's Meridian Cool Springs complex has landed another tenant in the form of Computer Technology Systems, an Alabama-based provider of various IT support services. CTS has set up shop on the third floor of 5000 Meridian, which has this year also landed M*Modal, Skanska Construction and Brentwood Capital Advisors as tenants.
"Our company's roots are in the Southeast, and our Nashville office allows us to be more responsive and better serve this market," says Larry Lilley, President and CEO of CTS. "With existing business in Nashville, this expansion fulfills our strategic model of providing a local presence for our clients."