Burkitt Commons adding retail tenants, selling townhomes on northern edge of Nolensville

Burkitt Commons adding retail tenants, selling townhomes on northern edge of Nolensville

With four tenants already signed in the commercial/retail center of Burkitt Commons and 12 town homes sold in the residential section of the community, Burkitt Commons is offering residents the “surban” living experience popular in today’s housing market.

The expanding development is establishing itself as a commercial and residential gateway to Nolensville.

“We are tickled to death to have this development at the northern gateway to Nolensville near the intersection of Nolensville Road and Burkitt Road,” Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander said. “The retail/commercial center is in the City of Nolensville, and we worked with the developer to incorporate our city’s high design standards. Not only does it look great, but I am personally very excited about the tenants that have already signed. This will be a destination for both Nolensville and Brentwood residents, and I look forward to shopping and eating there myself.”

Leases have been signed so far for two restaurants, one liquor store and one nail salon, said John McReynolds, principal with PGM Properties, property developer for the
Burkitt Commons commercial center.

Hoss Loaded Burgers will open their first brick-and-mortar store after establishing local success in the food-truck industry. In addition, Tito’s Mexican Restaurant will open its third location at Burkitt Commons. Tito’s also has restaurants in Spring Hill and at Berry Farms in Franklin. Barrels and Brews, specializing in hand-selected spirits, craft beer and wine, will also be a part of the commercial center along with a nail salon.

Dallas Shaw, owner of Hoss’ Loaded Burgers, said the 200 townhomes and condos just a short walk from the shop and the easy-to-find location made Burkitt Commons an excellent location for his first brick-and-mortar location.

“We are excited about opening our new Burger Shop in the Burkitt Commons community, “ Shaw said. “Burkitt Commons really is the best place for us to be.”

Regent Homes is building 160 town homes, 10 live/work homes and 30 condominiums in the residential section with a variety of town home floor plans with up to 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and a two-car garage. Standard features include James Hardie Siding, hardwood in selected areas, 9-foot ceilings on all levels, 5-1/4-inch baseboard throughout, granite countertops in the kitchen, and quartz vanities tops in bathrooms.

“We believe the concept at Burkitt Commons is the wave of the future,” Regent Homes founder and president David McGowan said. “We are blending urban-type living in the suburban area of Nolensville. National research shows that millennials have made popular the “surban” term. They want the conveniences and walkability of an urban lifestyle, but the high costs of living in the city are driving them out to the suburbs.”

The development offers green space, outdoor sitting and grilling areas, a fenced dog park, plus restaurants and shops.

The commercial and residential sections of Burkitt Commons are being financed by Wilson Bank and Trust.

For information about the retail/commercial space leasing, contact Diane Adcock at PGM Properties at 615-300-7606.

For information about the Burkitt Commons Townhomes residential development, contact John Giovannetti at 615-440-0105.

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