Boyle Report Spring 2013

August 05, 2013


The links below will guide you through the Spring 2013 Boyle Report or you can download the PDF here.

Boyle Celebrates 80th Anniversary by Sponsoring Cloar Exhibit at Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
This year marks Boyle’s 80thth anniversary and to celebrate the milestone, Boyle is pleased to be the title sponsor of a major exhibition at The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art entitled The Crossroads of Memory: Carroll Cloar and the American South. The exhibit opens June 8 and runs through September 15.

Boyle Purchases Eight Paintings by Memphis City School Students
Boyle has completed a major renovation of 850 Ridge Lake Boulevard in Ridgeway Center that includes updating the building’s entrance, lobby, and common areas. In addition, Boyle purchased eight paintings by Memphis City School students.

As Boyle celebrates our 80th anniversary, the company is in the third generation of family ownership and management. Paul Boyle is President and Henry Morgan, Jr. and Bayard Morgan are Executive Vice Presidents. All three are grandsons of the company’s founder, Bayard Boyle, Sr.

Creating the Carrington at Schilling Farms
Boyle and Schilling Farms partner Harry Smith have entered into a joint venture with
Clyde Patton and Bruce Taylor to develop The Carrington at Schilling Farms, an upscale
mixed-use neighborhood comprised of 112 above-market boutique flats, town homes,
and corner retail on a 5-acre site at the northeast corner of Schilling and Winchester
Boulevards in Collierville.

New Homes Sprout at Berry Farms This Spring
Hughes Mills is the first residential neighborhood at Berry Farms, Boyle’s 604-acre mixed-use community in Franklin, Tennessee. These homes are Village Homes and were built by Ford Custom Classic Homes. Berry Farms features a variety of living options to meet all lifestyles, as well as retail, restaurants, and community amenities, with classic architecture in a modern, vibrant setting.

Three Generations of Vision:
A timeline of the major developments in the Boyle story for the past 80 years.