Capitol View is a joint venture between Northwestern Mutual Real Estate and Boyle Investment Company. Boyle provides on-site leasing, management, and development services at Capitol View. Northwood Ravin was selected to develop the residential component.
Northwestern Mutual Real Estate is the real estate investment arm of Northwestern Mutual and one of the largest real estate investors in the nation, with investments in commercial mortgage loans and equities across all major property types. An essential ingredient in maintaining Northwestern Mutual’s financial strength and ability to deliver value to its policy owners is the performance of the company’s $195 billion general account investment portfolio containing assets that back the company’s insurance and annuity products.
For 85 years, Boyle Investment Company has maintained a reputation for financial strength, stability, experience and execution. Boyle pioneered the development of complex, large-scale mixed-use communities to serve and transform our community by setting the standard for sustainable developments that thrive over the long term. Every element of the plan mirrors a specific desire of the market and every aspect of the design reflects quality and attention to detail. Boyle’s strength in designing mixed-use communities lies in intentional place making, reinforcing the connection between people and the places they share.
Through foresight, integrity, ingenuity and commitment, Boyle Investment Company delivers results, consistently creating environments that stand the test of time. Other notable Boyle mixed-use projects include Berry Farms in South Franklin, Meridian Cool Springs, McEwen Northside, and CityPark Brentwood.
Known for its award-winning sustainable luxury apartments, Northwood Ravin prides itself on careful planning, precise execution, and attention to detail. Northwood Ravin develops apartment communities and mixed-use venues with a singular focus: to create communities that foster healthy lifestyles, neighborhood involvement, and appealing living environments.