In a unanimous vote, City of Brentwood Commissioners voted unanimously Monday night to approve H.G. Hill Realty Co.’s request to rezone land on which the development company envisions a mixed-use project.
The company now will submit a detailed site plan for review to the Brentwood Planning Commission by Sept. 2.
The approval will allow the Nashville-based company to pursue its development plans for Hill Center Brentwood, which will include a mix of restaurant and retail space in addition to Class A office space. The combined properties include the former Murray Ohio and the former Tennessee Baptist Convention headquarters sites from its current C-1 zoning to C-2.
In May, Hill Realty announced that accounting and business consulting firm Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain will serve as anchor office tenant, occupying approximately 65,000 square feet of a building that will sit at the high-profile southeast corner of the Franklin Road and Maryland Way intersection.
Hill Realty CEO Jimmy Granbery expressed thanks to commissioners and the community.
“While this has been a very long and arduous process, we feel the time was well spent in meeting with the community and learning more about what they want to see in this new gateway to Maryland Farms, and we are excited to begin the next phase working with the Planning Commission on the final details,” he said in a release.
H.G. Hill Realty Co. has released images of its planned Hill Center Brentwood as the the company prepares to host a community meeting tonight to offer information regarding the project.
Earlier this month, the Brentwood City Commission Monday night unanimously passed on first reading the development company’s request to rezone approximately 17 acres located on the southwest corner of the Franklin Road and Maryland Way intersection and on which the developer envisions a mixed-use project, brentwoodhomepage.com reports.
The Brentwood Planning Commission will meet on July 7 to vote on whether to recommend that the city approve the project's site plan. The final Brentwood City Commission vote is July 28.
If it materializes, Hill Center Brentwood (read more here) would include 450,000 square feet of office space and 150,000 square feet of retail space.
Atlanta-based Cooper Carry (see images courtesy of the firm below) is handling land planning for Hill Realty. Thomas Miller Partners, which is based in Brentwood, is serving as lead architect.
The Brentwood City Commission Monday night unanimously passed on first reading H.G. Hill Realty Co.'s request to rezone approximately 17 acres located on the southwest corner of the Franklin Road and Maryland Way intersection and on which the developer envisions a mixed-use project, brentwoodhomepage.com reports.
The Brentwood Planning Commission will meet on July 7 to vote on whether to recommend that the city approve the project's site plan.
If it materializes, Hill Center Brentwood would include 450,000 square feet of office space and 150,000 square feet of retail space.
Read the full article here.
Sonic Automotive Group has purchased 13.22 acres in Brentwood's Mallory Park with plans to build a new BMW dealership.
The dealership would join Sonic Automotive's other Mallory Park properties — a Porsche dealership and an Audi dealership, which opened in August and January, respectively. The new BMW dealership will be in addition to Sonic Automotive's current location on Armory Oaks Drive in Berry Hill. According to a press release, the 13 acres accounts for all remaining Highway 65 frontage in phase II of Mallory Park.
"Sonic Automotive Group's continued investment in this project represents the strength of the company's commitment to this area," said Wood Caldwell, principal for Southeast Venture, which is representing the landowner, Dickson-based Tennsco.
Charlotte, N.C.-based Sonic Automotive operates more than 100 dealerships in 15 states, including the Mercedes-Benz dealership in Cool Springs.