Tennessee Baptist Convention

Last fall, H.G. Hill Realty Company acquired the Tennessee Baptist Convention site at the corner of Maryland Way and Franklin Road.  In addition to this site, they also own the former Murray Ohio site located at 219 Franklin Road.

Starting this week, H.G. Hill will hold two community listening sessions to seek the input of Brentwood resident’s on the development of these properties.

The company will not be presenting development plans during these meetings, rather seeking to engage with citizens to help guide and inform internal planning. In a letter from H.G.Hill CEO James W. Granbery to the Brentwood City Commissioners, he writes, “The goal of these session is to allow all participants to freely express opinions, share comments and obtain answers to questions.”

Last year, H.G. Hill Realty proposed a 970,000 sq foot development known as “The Streets of Brentwood” that would encompass both of these properties; however, the plan was withdrawn due to zoning concerns.

Meetings will be held this Thurs, April 3rd and next Thursday, April 10th in the auditorium of the Tennessee Baptist Convention at 5001 Maryland Way from 6:30p-8p.

To note, these meetings do not replace the formal process required by the City of Brentwood planning department and zoning code.

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Andrea Hinds
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