Franklin Considers Housing Options as Area Prices Rise

A new idea for housing incentives in the city of Franklin could bring a more diverse mix of housing prices to the area, which could relieve workforce and transportation woes for residents and employees in Williamson County. Officials with the Franklin Housing Commission brought a proposal to incentivize workforce housing—single-family units costing no more than…

Market Research Presented at Outlook Williamson is Available Online

Market research about the county’s economic prospects will now be available online through the Williamson County chamber of commerce. Williamson Inc. will present the research on Wednesday morning at Outlook Williamson, the chamber’s annual economic summit. More than 400 people have already registered for Outlook Williamson, but participants still can register on the day of the event. Outlook…

Outlook Williamson Offers Future-Focused Half Day of Data, Developers, and Economic Insights

Business, community and government leaders will have a chance to learn why Williamson County remains such an attractive destination for businesses and residents at Williamson, Inc.’s Outlook Williamson. The half-day economic summit, presented by Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Cooperation, takes place Wednesday, April 24, 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at The Factory at Franklin’s Liberty Hall,…

Outlook Williamson to Discuss ‘Why Williamson’ County is the Place to Be

Business, community and government leaders will have a chance to learn why Williamson County remains such an attractive destination for businesses and residents at Williamson, Inc.’s Outlook Williamson. The half-day economic summit will be Wednesday, April 24 from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at The Factory at Franklin’s Liberty Hall, located at 230 Franklin Rd. The…

Imagine A Place Where Creativity is Sparked

Franklin Grove will soon be wiring and firing with innovative ideas at the future Williamson County Entrepreneur Center (a working name) in partnership with its lessor, the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County. The entrepreneur center, quite literally the brainchild of Williamson Inc., to be located in the historic 1887 Fleming-Farrah building on the former O’More…

Cool Offices Help Business in Williamson County Attract Employees, but it’s Not Everything

The offices at Rustici Software in Franklin have pretty much everything an employee could want. The company built a bocce ball court in front of a spacious outdoor deck. A ping pong table — frequently used by employees — occupies the lion’s share of the main common area. The company provides a kitchen, showers, workout equipment and…