Commercial growth continues in South Franklin at Berry Farms Town Center

Source: Berryfarmstn.com (FRANKLIN, Tenn.) March 31, 2016 – Commercial growth continues in the Berry Farms mixed-use community with the announcement of new restaurants, retailers, and a veterinary clinic. Berry Farms Wine & Spirits, Tito’s Mexican Restaurant, Whit’s Frozen Custard, DSA Master Crafted Doors, Soulshine Pizza Factory, Berry Farms Animal Hospital, and No. 1 Chinese are…

Cool Springs Life Sciences Center rebranded as Innovation Park

March 29. 2016 The Tennessean by Getahn Ward Two months after buying the Cool Springs Life Sciences Center, OakPoint Real Estate has rebranded the property Innovation Park as it begins a marketing push to fill 64,682 square feet of vacant space. That vacancy at the campus, which was developed to be a hub for the Nashville area’s life sciences industry, represents roughly…

Williamson County, TN tops nation for job growth

  Williamson County, TN Tops Nation for Job Growth Officials credit diverse economy for success. By Kevin Litwin on March 28, 2016 at 4:12 pm EST Source: Livability.com The winner is: Williamson County, Tennessee, for having the highest percentage of job growth from September 2014 to September 2015 compared to other large counties in the…

Tractor Supply Co. launches garden program with area schools

March 25, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Alison Nash Brentwood-based rural lifestyle retailer Tractor Supply Co. (NASDAQ: TSCO) has awarded $500 to more than 30 schools to help start or sustain a school garden program, according to a news release. “Dig It” is aimed to help students learn more about food sustainability and sourcing. “We…

Williamson County is adding jobs faster than anywhere in the U.S.

March 16, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Adam Sichko Source Most of us are familiar with the fact that Williamson County is the region’s premier corporate address, the fastest-growing county in the state and one of the 20 wealthiest in the nation, based on its median annual household income of $91,000. Now, for the first…

Williamson Chamber report highlights growth, transportation

March 15, 2016 The Tennessean by Collin Czarnecki Williamson County is feeling the ripple effects of Nashville’s tremendous growth. With more than 24,000 new jobs expected to be added by 2025, the county is expecting new employees and residents to continue to flock to the area. Matt Largen, Williamson Inc. president and CEO, said that growth will…