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May 12, 2017 / News

Retail notes: Capitol View lands Starbucks

The North Gulch building home to HCA and located in the fast-changing Capitol View has landed a Starbucks. Franklin-based Boyle Investment Co. has announced various retail leases signed at 1100 Charlotte, the HCA Healthcare building that houses Sarah Cannon, Parallon and HealthTrust subsidiaries in the Capitol View district. In addition to Starbucks, future tenants include

May 11, 2017 / News

Georgia franchisor taps Gulch for first local pizzeria

The Athens, Georgia-based parent company of pizza restaurant Your Pie will take space in the North Gulch, marking the franchise’s initial foray into Nashville. Of note, the franchisee is in an LLC created by Nashville-based SMS Holdings Corp., which is best known for its janitorial and maintenance work with shopping malls, hospitals and downtown partnerships.

April 4, 2017 / News

Exclusive: M.L.Rose expanding to the Gulch

Nashville favorite M.L.Rose Craft Beer & Burgers is bringing its popular sweet potato buns, signature waffle fries and extensive craft beer menu to the Gulch this year. The restaurant/bar owned by Nashville native Austin Ray of A. Ray Hospitality has inked a deal for the massive $750 million Capitol View project at the intersection of

April 3, 2017 / News

HealthStream picks Nashville’s Capitol View for new headquarters

HealthStream Inc. has confirmed plans to move its corporate headquarters to roughly 67,000 square feet of space at a new building that will soon start rising at the Capitol View mixed-use campus in the North Gulch. The health care information technology company led by CEO Robert A. Frist Jr. expects to relocate in April 2019

March 16, 2017 / News

1100 Charlotte Avenue Tower at Capitol View Named “Development of the Year”

Gresham, Smith and Partners and Boyle Investment Company were honored last week with NAIOP Nashville’s Development of the Year award for the 1100 Charlotte Avenue mixed-use tower. The award recognized Middle Tennessee’s best overall commercial real estate development from the past year. Judges evaluated projects on innovation, visual appeal, technological features, functionality and regional economic