While Del Frisco’s Grille and Uncle Julio’s are open at the Hill Center in Brentwood, the development still has a little way to go before it’s fully complete.
All of the medians and sidewalks around the Hill Center are complete, as well as road construction in Maryland Farms and around Franklin Road. The six-level, 852-space parking garage is now fully operational and open for customers to park in.
In addition to Uncle Julio’s and Del Frisco’s Grille, other restaurants and businesses to open soon include Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, Holler & Dash, Nama Sushi and more.
Opening this fall and winter will also include TMPartners, LBMC, Dress Up, Hand & Stone and Noire The Nail Bar. Opening in spring and summer of 2017 includes First Tennessee Bank, Hemline, Paper Source, Francesca’s, The Cosmetic Market, Fab’rik, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, Core Power Yoga and SunTrust.
Construction is still ongoing on a few of the Hill Center’s buildings.
LBMC accounting firm will occupy nearly 80,000 square feet of the four-story, 117,000-square-foot building B. A fifth building will be completed by spring 2017 and will house office tenants First Tennessee Bank and TMPartners.
The center’s second office building was built to its tallest point earlier this year, with First Tennessee Bank being the marquee tenant and occupying 31,000 square feet of the three-story, 96,000-square-foot structure.
First Tennessee Bank plans to move into the building in the spring of 2017, and will house approximately 100 employees at the new location. First Tennessee Bank will still maintain its headquarters in downtown Nashville.
The Hill Center has been under construction for about the last year. The $211 million mixed-use development is being worked on by Turner Construction, and is the largest complex ever built in Brentwood’s Maryland Farms. It’s also the largest real estate project ever undertaken by H.G. Hill Realty Company.
The 17-acre mixed-use development, once complete, will consist of 600,000 square feet of office, retail and restaurant space in 10 buildings.
“After many years and a lot of hard work by our staff and development team, it’s quite rewarding to see our vision of a town center for Brentwood coming to fruition,” H.G. Hill Realty Company Chairman and CEO Jimmy Granbery said. “With our first phase 86 percent leased, we are pleased to bring a mix of national, regional and locally owned retail and dining options, including several that are new to the Nashville-area market, along with notable office tenants to Hill Center Brentwood.”
For more information, visit www.hillcenterbrentwood.com.
Samantha Hearn reports for Home Page Media Group. She can be reached via email at email@example.com or on Twitter @samanthahearn.