Developer shows Nolensville ‘Southwalk,’ a 27-acre Mixed-Use Development Proposal

After it appeared on the Nolensville Planning Commission agenda last week, a developer invited Nolensville residents and community members to a Town Hall Tuesday night to discuss plans for a newly-proposed mixed-use development called Southwalk. With concerns spanning more than an hour of discussion, planning commissioners deferred the proposed development to the June 11 Planning Commission meeting. Entrepreneur…

Governor Lee, Commissioner Rolfe Announce Medacta USA to Locate US Headquarters in Franklin

Orthopedic and medical device maker will invest $2.5 million to establish U.S.headquarters in Franklin Medacta USA will create over 50 headquarters jobs over next five years Company selected Middle Tennessee to be near fellow health care companies NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Medacta…

Nolensville named in 2019 study as ‘Best Place to Live’ in Tennessee

The town of Nolensville was recently named the “Best Place to Live” in Tennessee, according to a recent data analysis by HomeSnacks. Nolensville was selected by the online regional infotainment company based on recent census and FBI data, as well as information which analyzes a city’s crime rates, job opportunities and salaries, affordable housing, schools and commute…

Cool Springs Office Market Heats Up for Millennials

As Nashville lures a steady stream of major new companies downtown, Franklin – the region’s historically most popular office destination – is remaking its workplaces to keep up with the competition. Three sprawling new developments that together represent an almost $1 billion investment are coming to market now in Franklin’s Cool Springs business district, 15 miles south of downtown. Developers are carefully curating…

South Corridor Study Drop-In Centers

Williamson, Inc. is serving as a drop-in center, open to the public during regular business hours, for visitors to ask questions, obtain study materials, and provide comments pertaining to the South Corridor Study, led by the Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC). This study will help turn recent transportation plans into shovel ready projects that can…

Students Look to Grow Side Hustles through new WCS Entrepreneurial Program

Students will learn how to successfully run their own business — or side hustles — when Williamson County Schools opens its Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center in August. Courses and technology in the EIC, a 10,000 sq. ft. annex adjacent to Franklin High School, will be available to ninth through twelfth grade students in WCS. The students, under the leadership…

Economic Developers Kick Off Fourth Annual Economic Development Week

Hundreds of communities across North America are marking May 6-11, 2019 as the fourth annual Economic Development Week (EDW), celebrating the contributions by professional economic developers to create more economically vibrant and livable communities. “Economic development is at the core of every community, large and small, urban and rural. Increased awareness of the profession and…

Technology Company Comdata Celebrate 50th Anniversary alongside City of Brentwood

This summer Comdata Inc. will celebrate a milestone, its 50th anniversary,  along with the city of Brentwood. The company was born on July 17, 1969, just a few short months after the city incorporated. Some might say a little ahead of its time, Comdata Inc. began as a shipment interchange program for the transport industry. …