Boyle Report Fall 2005

August 10, 2005


The links to the left or within the text below will guide you through the Fall 2005 Boyle Report. More explanation of the links to the left has been included below.

Boyle Welcomes New Office Tenants
Boyle welcomes a wide range of new tenants at its Memphis office properties from Ridgeway Center in the Poplar corridor to Moriah Woods in East Memphis to Schilling Farms in Collierville, according to Mark Halperin, Executive Vice President of Boyle.

Boyle’s Residential Team Offers Depth of Experience
Boyle is well-known for its pioneering of major residential areas throughout Memphis dating as far back as 1906, when Edward Boyle developed stately Belvedere Boulevard in mid-town. Since its founding in 1933, Boyle has developed a long list of neighborhoods in premier locations.

Boyle Moves Forward with Complex, Mixed-Use Projects in Memphis & Nashville
Activity is vigorous at Schilling Farms, Boyle’s 443-acre, 20-year mixed-use project in Collierville. Designed to include all of the elements of small-town life, Schilling Farms provides a thriving community where residents and visitors can live, work and grow.

Retail Construction Continues at Gallina Centro & Price Farms
Activity is brisk in the retail sector, with a number of centers underway in the greater Memphis area, according to Cary Whitehead, Senior Vice President of Boyle.

Boyle Investment Company is known for its joint venture partnerships with strategic landowners throughout the Southeast.