Boyle Blog

Connector Between 6305 and 6325 Humphreys Boulevard is Now Open

February 23, 2016

The connector between 6305 and 6325 Humphreys Boulevard is now open at Semmes-Murphey, providing added convenience for patients, doctors, and staff.

Leasing Is Brisk at The Carrington at Schilling Farms

August 20, 2014

Leasing has been brisk at Boyle’s new multi-family community in Collierville, The Carrington at Schilling Farms. The grand opening at the corner of Winchester and Schilling Boulevards was held in June with Collierville Mayor Joyner in attendance. The project, which consists of 111 boutique flats and townhomes, is quite small compared to the ordinary suburban project. The […]

RSVP Baby Open at Regalia Shopping Center

February 05, 2014

Looking for the perfect gift for a baby shower or sip and see? RSVP Baby in Regalia shopping center at Poplar Avenue and Ridgeway has the perfect thing. Since 1994, Memphians have turned to RSVP for the highest quality stationery products and gifts, and now the same is true for baby apparel and accessories at […]

Lori James Open at Regalia Shopping Center

February 05, 2014

It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost a year since Lori James opened at Boyle’s Regalia shopping center in East Memphis at Poplar Avenue and Ridgeway. This upscale contemporary fashion boutique has a wide variety of inventory of the latest in ladies’ fashion including tops, pants, blazers, scarves, and handbags. So stop by and meet […]

Boyle Hosts First Ever “Festive Night Out” at Regalia Shopping Center

January 06, 2014

On December 5, Boyle hosted its first ever “Festive Night Out” event at Regalia shopping center at Poplar Avenue and Ridgeway. All of the shops of Regalia stayed open late to accommodate the holiday shopping needs of their clientele and each store and restaurant offered an in-store special sale, drawing, or refreshments. Boyle provided Godiva hot chocolate […]

Rusty Bloodworth: MAAR Pushes Complete Streets for Memphis

September 04, 2013

Rusty Bloodworth, EVP of Boyle, was one of the presenters at last week’s MAAR Commercial Council seminar, Mid-South Update: Which Way Are We Growing. Rusty’s presentation was entitled “MAAR Pushes Complete Streets for Memphis.” View Rusty’s Presentation

Power of Ten Conference

May 01, 2013

Rusty Bloodworth remarks Greetings from our West Tennessee region which spans across the Mississippi River into Arkansas and southward into northern Mississippi. Middle Tennessee’s initiative to create a statewide regional roundtable has been bearing a lot of fruit in our area. To build regionalism, several of our lead organizations (ULI Memphis, Community Development Council, and […]

Historical Concepts Book Signing in Franklin

April 03, 2013

Our very own Berry Farms Town Architect, Historical Concepts, a Georgia-based architecture firm famous for southern vernacular architecture with historical precedent, will be in Franklin on May 3rd to sign copies of their new book, Coming Home: The Southern Vernacular House. The event will be hosted by Redo Home & Design, on the Franklin Square, on May […]