Del Webb’s Williamson County Project
Part Five of our ‘Progress & Future in Williamson County’ Series
Del Webb’s Williamson County Project is turning a few heads and many believe the community will be in high demand. According to the County’s 1st quarter report and an article by the Nashville Business Journal, the population of the area is highly marketable to an aging population and those looking to retire.
Del Webb, a retirement-community developer and subsidiary of home-builder Pulte Group Inc., plans to provide a place for people looking to spend their later years in middle Tennessee. Success with family and single housing in the area leads many realtors to believe that the proposition will take off. Smaller retirement centers like Morning Pointe are doing well in the county so why not take it one step further?
Our current focus on quality of life and the vast opportunities for leisure, historical learning and comfort within the Williamson County communities is drawing people’s attention from all over the world. Mt. Juliet’s Lake Providence helped propel that area into a hot market, the only difference here is the increase cost of land.
Do you think your community is interesting for those wanting to retire? Tell us why now.