Jason’s Deli at Spring Cypress, Houston, TX, featuring a similar elevation to the planned Brentwood location

Beaumont, Texas-based Jason’s Deli has signed a lease with H.G. Hill Realty Company for Hill Center Brentwood. The fast casual restaurant will begin renovations in the first quarter of 2018 on the 5,569 square foot building formerly occupied by Ruby Tuesday.

Founded in 1976, Jason’s Deli is known for offering healthy meal choices in a family-friendly environment. Its current footprint includes more than 260 restaurants in 29 states, with Middle Tennessee locations in Franklin, Nashville and Murfreesboro. In addition to winning numerous industry and consumer choice awards, it was the first national restaurant company to eliminate partially hydrogenated oils in 2005, several years before the FDA mandate. Since that time, processed MSG, high-fructose corn syrup and artificial colors/flavors/dyes were also eliminated from its menu.

For additional information about Hill Center Brentwood, including current restaurant, retail and office tenants, and for leasing contacts, visit hillcenterbrentwood.com.

About Jason’s Deli

Founded in 1976 in Beaumont, Texas, Jason’s Deli serves guests at more than 260 restaurants in 29 states. From healthy to indulgent, classic and new creations, original and lighter options, to last minute catering and delivery, the restaurant offers quality, choice and value. The restaurant’s experience, speed and coordination enable them to fill orders at all times for any sized need: national conferences as well as disaster relief crews and office breakfast meetings. Always a pioneer, Jason’s Deli was one of the first restaurant groups to eliminate artificial trans fats from our food. Since then, they have eliminated processed MSG, high fructose corn syrup, and artificial colors, flavors and dyes. Through their Community Partners Program, they offer numerous ways to serve partners in the community. Visit jasonsdeli.com to learn more.

About Hill Center Brentwood

For more than 30 years, Hill Center Brentwood has been a Williamson County shopping destination, offering a mix of local and national retailers including The Fresh Market, The Puffy Muffin, Hot Pink, Pear Tree Avenue, REI, Starbucks, Chipotle and more. H.G. Hill Realty Company, a family-owned company for six generations, added to the property’s footprint with a $211 million mixed-use development spanning 17-acres at the intersection of Franklin Road and Maryland Way. As the company’s largest project in its 120-year history, the development will consist of 600,000 square feet of office, retail, and restaurant space in 10 buildings once fully developed. Restaurants and retail stores currently open at the expanded center include Del Frisco’s Grille, Holler & Dash, Nama Sushi, Uncle Julio’s, Alumni Hall, Core Power Yoga, The Cosmetic Market, Dress Up, Francesca’s, Sur La Table and more. The mix of restaurants, shops, office and amenities create a true town center for the city of Brentwood as well as a sense of place to be enjoyed by the entire community. Visit hillcenterbrentwood.com for the complete listing of tenants and for leasing information.

About H.G. Hill Realty Company, LLC

H.G. Hill Realty Company has been growing with Nashville since 1895. What started as a grocery store business has evolved into a privately held real estate portfolio of more than two million square feet. Ushering in a new era that began in 1993 with the sale of the grocery store operations to independent owners, the company’s mixed-use lifestyle centers may be found throughout Nashville and surrounding areas. Setting the standard for innovative design and development, the company’s flagship center, Hill Center Green Hills – and its development team – have received numerous awards and recognition for excellence in built environment/urban design, landscape design and sustainability practices. Recognition has been received by NAIOP Nashville, International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), Tennessee Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architecture (ASLA), Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Nashville District Council, Nashville Business Journal, Nashville Post, Metro Nashville Tree Advisory Committee, and more. For more information, including a list of properties, visit hghill.com.