H.G. Hill Realty Company announced today its will host meetings on April 3 and April 10 to seek Brentwood residents' input regarding the future development of the company's property on Franklin Road.
Both meetings will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the auditorium of the Tennessee Baptist Convention building located at 5001 Maryland Way.
The Nashville-based developer originally wanted to team with GBT Realty to reinvent the site — last home to Murray Ohio and the TBC — with a large-scale mixed-use project. To span 17 acres and be called The Streets of Brentwood (read here), the proposed project met with some strong citizen push-back and was scrapped (read here).
In a release, Hill Realty officials said the two meetings will be held as part of an analysis of development options for the site, which anchors the southwest corner of the Maryland Way and Franklin Road intersection.
The company will not be presenting development plans during the sessions, according to the release. Rather, Hill officials will “engage in a dialogue with interested citizens to help guide and inform internal planning.”
The meetings will not replace the formal process required by the City of Brentwood planning department and zoning code, the release notes.
Hill purchased the TBC site in late 2013 (read more here). It already owned the former Murray Ohio land.
Brentwood-based law firm Ingraham, Pautienus and Tidwell PLLC has changed its name to Fidelis Law PLLC.
In a release, the firm did not disclose the cost of the change.
The name change is due to a “significant expansion” of the seven-attorney firm’s practice, according to the release. Fidelis is Latin for faithful.
Fidelis Law has been in operation for 22 years. The firm focuses on business, nonprofit and church law, as well as individuals and families with needs in estate planning, probate, trust administration, personal injury, adoption, family law, elder law, and copyright and trademark registration and enforcement.
Bristol Development Group has topped the first of two buildings that comprise its massive Tapestry residential project in Brentwood and is targeting a July move-in for the first residents, according to a company official.
Relatedly, the Franklin-based company has released photos, courtesy of Aerial Innovations of TN Inc., of the site (see below) and has signed a contract with Bell Partners to handle the leasing and management of Tapestry, according to David Hanchrow, Bristol chief investment officer. Bell manages Bristol’s Bell Historic Franklin, which is located next to The Factory at Franklin.
Hanchrow said Bristol is “well into the framing” of the second building on the site.
Tapestry is located at 300 Centerview Drive near Synergy Business Park.
Brentwood-based Churchill Mortgage announced today the opening of an office in Orange, Calif., the company’s first branch in the Golden State.
Nick Williams will manage the branch, bringing more than 20 years of industry expertise. Prior to joining Churchill Mortgage, Williams served as a branch manager and mortgage advisor for Cherry Creek Mortgage, Nations Home Funding, First Reliance and Richmond Equity, the latter of which he also owned.
“Establishing a California branch allows us to more effectively provide our trusted lending services to families and individuals on the West coast,” Mike Hardwick (pictured), president of Churchill Mortgage, said in a release. “Nick’s rich history as a trusted advisor aligns perfectly with our mission and will ensure that homeownership becomes a reality for many borrowers in Orange and its surrounding communities.”
The new branch is located at 333 S. Anita Drive, Suite 995, in Orange, and will serve Southern California.
Churchill Mortgage provides residential mortgages across 31 states.
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