Boyle Blog

Blair Brown Builds Custom Home at Spring Creek Ranch

July 09, 2012

home sites available at Boyle’s upscale residential community in the Collierville Reserve.  Spring Creek Ranch is close to great schools including St. George’s and Briarcrest and offers amenities such as a community pool, walking trails, and tennis courts.

Tayloe Company Building Custom Home at Spring Creek Ranch

July 09, 2012

The Tayloe Company is building this custom home at Boyle’s Spring Creek Ranch community in the Collierville Reserve.  They could build one for you, too.  Contact Gary Thompson at Boyle at (901) 766-4246 about custom home sites available at this upscale residential community with a pool and pool house, walking trails, and tennis courts. 

Boutique Flats Coming to Schilling Farms

June 29, 2012

Our Schilling Farms project in Collierville, Tennessee, received preliminary site plan approval Monday night for a small neighborhood of boutique apartment flats with corner retail!  Looking for a great coffee shop or deli operator.  Call Les Binkley at Boyle at (901) 766-4219 for more information.

Groundbreaking Today at Schilling Farms for Corporate Office for SGI

June 28, 2012

A groundbreaking was held today by Shelby Group International (SGI) for their new 45,000-square-foot corporate office building at Boyle’s 443-acre, mixed-use Schilling Farms community in Collierville, Tennessee.  Boyle is pleased to welcome SGI to Schilling Farms, where other office users include Helena Chemical Company, which has its corporate headquarters in the community.  Schilling Farms is […]

Homes Sales Brisk at Wynstone Mill at Schilling Farms

June 27, 2012

Homes are moving at Wynstone Mill at Schilling Farms in Collierville.  Just sold 1039 Russell Farms Road and Dickens Builders has two more homes under construction. Great choice for families due to community pool and clubhouse with great schools, including Collierville High School, Schilling Farms Middle School, and Sycamore Elementary.  Call Chris Dickens at (901) […]

I-269 Loop Land Use and Transportation Recommendations

June 19, 2012

My personal thoughts and recommendations concerning the outer perimeter beltway and growth patterns are many. Perhaps the following two images best illustrate the broad conceptual setting of the outer perimeter beltway: Viewed from this high-level perspective, the I-269 outer perimeter beltway ties satellite towns surrounding Memphis together. It is similar to a bicycle tire that connects the spokes that […]