Mark Traylor

Director of Retail Properties

Responsibilities:As Director of Retail Leasing at Boyle’s Nashville office, which opened in November 2001, Traylor oversees Boyle’s retail projects in Nashville, including property development, acquisition, management, sales, leasing, tenant representation, and brokerage.

Professional Record:Traylor has more than two decades of experience in the retail commercial real estate industry. His knowledge of construction and transaction experience with portfolio leasing and land sales provide a valuable resource of knowledge in all types of commercial transactions. His key relationships with the major retailers, both as a landlord and as a tenant representative broker, accelerate the deal process and add value to new developments throughout the Mid-South. Traylor has a vast amount of knowledge in the leasing and development of grocery anchored retail centers, as well as substantial portfolio leasing and management experience. Before joining Boyle, he worked for the Trammell Crow Company, where he served as vice president and director of the company’s Memphis retail division. He also spent 11 years at the Weston Companies, where he was a retail leasing representative for Memphis and the Mid-South. Traylor has provided brokerage services in the acquisition and disposition of land for retail end users and investors, as well as tenant representation services for regional and national retailers such as Harris Teeter, Kroger, HomeDepot, Container Store, Petco, Dress Barn, California Pizza Kitchen, BB&T Bank, and Bank fo America.

Education:Traylor received a B.B.A. from the University of Mississippi.

Professional Affiliations:Member, ICSC

Civic and Community Involvement:Traylor is a Board Member for the Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee, a co-founder, Board Member and Director of Nashville Friends of St. Jude, graduate of Nashville Young Leaders, and past Board Member and Officer of the Phoenix Club of Nashville.

Mark Traylor's PROPERTIES

McEwen Northside Retail & Restaurant Space

4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Franklin, TN 37067

Capitol View Nashville Retail & Restaurant Space

406 11th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37203

Berry Farms Town Center Outparcels

501 Sallie Pvt Ln, Franklin, TN 37064

McEwen Northside Retail & Restaurant Space

McEwen Northside is a walkable, urban community in the core of Cool Springs, one of the most desirable and thriving retail markets in the country. The district’s thoughtful design brings together business, residential, retail, restaurants, hotel, and interactive green spaces to foster connection and community, in a market known for its high disposable income. It’s distinguishing urban shopping and eating experiences make McEwen Northside a destination that active and affluent consumers of all ages will visit time and again. Attracting a curated list of benchmark brands and new-to-Nashville concepts, McEwen Northside is an urban hot spot in the core of a leading suburban market.

Suite Number Suite Size Availability
4031- 9 Retail 921 sq. ft. Call for Details

Capitol View Nashville Retail & Restaurant Space

Capitol View includes over 130,000 sq. ft. of premier retail and restaurant space available now for lease. HCA’s completed 500,000 sq. ft. office space and LifeWay’s completed 250,000 sq. ft. office space bring immediate vibrancy to the district. And with another 344,000 sq. ft. of office space coming, plus 378 upscale multi-family residential units, a 169-room Hampton Inn & Suites, and abundant free parking, Capitol View is a genuine mixed-use urban district that will boast vital foot traffic throughout. That translates to more business for you.

Suite Number Suite Size Availability
A-4 Restaurant 3,358 sq. ft. Call for Details
D-7 4,530 sq. ft. Call for Details
E-3 2,632 sq. ft. Call for Details

Berry Farms Town Center Outparcels

Berry Farms is a unique place where residential, retail, office, and civic life blend seamlessly on pedestrian-friendly streets. It’s based on traditional attributes such as green space, walkability, and community in harmony with the built environment.

Berry Farms offers unique land opportunities that can’t be matched in Williamson County. The masterplanned community is being developed with quality, sustainable infrastructure, and design standards that will enhance the value of land purchases. Land parcels are available fully developed or in their natural state, allowing for customization based on the user’s needs. Parcles are available for a broad range of uses, including retail, restaurant, hotels, offices, and mixed-use.

Lot Number Lot Size Availability
193 1.58 Acres Call for Details
198 1.04 Acres Call for Details
201 1.20 Acres Call for Details
202 1.12 Acres Call for Details
204 1.18 Acres Call for Details

Broker News

Capitol View Wins Top Award in ICSC Global Design Competition

March 23, 2022

Mixed-use urban district Capitol View earned a gold award, the highest possible honor, at the 2021 ICSC Global Design and Development Awards, which recognizes outstanding achievement in the design and development of retail spaces and marketplaces worldwide. “It is an honor for Capitol View to be recognized with this distinction. We sought to truly build […]

Acclaimed Detroit Restaurants Make Tennessee Debut at Capitol View

March 22, 2022

Joe Muer Seafood and Andiamo Presto, two concepts owned by the Joe Vicari Restaurant Group, are set to open their first Tennessee locations in January 2023 at Capitol View, the mixed-use urban district in downtown Nashville, developed by Boyle Investment Company. Joe Muer Seafood, an iconic Detroit staple, and Andiamo Presto, a new casual concept from the Joe Vicari […]

Nashville’s Newest Buzz-Worthy Neighborhood is Capitol View

July 10, 2019

StyleBlueprint Just north of the bustling Gulch neighborhood sits a 32-acre development called Capitol View. The first of its kind in Nashville, the “multi-use urban district” is home to retail stores, restaurants, fitness studios, apartments and more. The joint venture of Northwestern Mutual, Boyle Investment Company and Northwood Ravin was established in 2017 and also includes the corporate offices of […]

Craft Beer & Burgers

April 04, 2017

Restaurateur Austin Ray is bringing his M.L. Rose Craft Beer & Burgers concept to the Capitol View development, a $750 million, 32-acre project that is changing the face of both Charlotte Avenue and the far-north part of the trendy Gulch. The location, M.L. Rose’s third, is the latest notable get for Capitol View, which just […]

Boyle Ready to Redevelop Synergy Business Park

February 19, 2016

Nashville Business Journal By Nevin Batiwalla September 20, 2012 Boyle Investment Co. says it will begin work this fall revamping Brentwood’s Synergy Business Park into a walkable, mixed–use development by adding shops, restaurants and a hotel. But first, Boyle is giving the 500,000-square-foot office park a new name: CityPark. The following excerpts are from Boyle’s […]

Boyle’s Mixed-Use Projects Gain Momentum in Williamson County, Retail Presence Expands with New Project in Wilson County

August 10, 2015

Boyle is also expanding its presence in Nashville with a new 200,000-square-foot retail shopping center in an area of Wilson County known as Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. Just 10 minutes away from the Nashville Airport, Mt. Juliet is growing rapidly with an abundance of new multi-family residential neighborhoods and office buildings. The shopping center, referred to […]

Boyle Redevelops Nashville Shopping Center

August 04, 2015

The Tennessean January 26, 2012 Boyle Investment Company has commenced the $9.5M redevelopment of The Crossings, a 110,229-square-foot shopping center located in the Donelson community of Nashville, at the northwest corner of Lebanon Pike and Fairway Drive.   Boyle purchased The Crossings in 2005 “because of its highly trafficked location on Lebanon Pike, dense demographics, […]

Boyle Fund Buys Alabama Retail Center

August 03, 2015

By:  Sarah Baker Memphis Daily News Midsouth Capital Fund I LLC – a fund formed by Memphis-based Boyle Investment Co. in late 2010 – has made its first acquisition in central Alabama with the $13.4 million purchase of Riverchase Village shopping center in Birmingham from Phillips Edison. The Midsouth Capital Fund was formed to target […]