Phil Fawcett

Managing Partner

Responsibilities:As Managing Partner in Boyle Investment Company’s Nashville office, Fawcett is primarily responsible for overseeing the Nashville office and development activities for the Nashville area.

Professional Record:Fawcett is a seasoned real estate veteran who was formerly with the Trammell Crow Company, where he served as the principal manager for the retail division, and was responsible for management, leasing, and brokerage operations for the state of Tennessee. He was also responsible for the development and redevelopment of shopping centers throughout the state. Fawcett and Jeff Haynes opened the Boyle Nashville office in 2001 and have been responsible for the development of new projects. Fawcett also directs the planning, zoning, and entitlements for new projects in Middle Tennessee. His vast knowledge and experience in all facets of the shopping center industry have allowed him to create unique solutions for retail clients and customers throughout the Unites States. Fawcett has developed valued relationships, which enhance his expertise in the development of turn key solutions for complex projects. Currently, Fawcett is working closely with city officials throughout Middle Tennessee to facilitate development activities throughout the area. Fawcett directs the planning, zoning and development of the Berry Farms property in Franklin, a 600-acre mixed-use development that will include 3M SF of office space, 1.8M SF of retail space and 1,100 residential units when complete as well as Northside McEwen, a unique 45-acre mixed-use environment that will include approximately 750,000 square feet of Class A office space, 100,000 square feet of restaurants and specialty retail, a 150-room business-class hotel, 580 luxury apartments, and upwards of 10 acres of beautifully designed green spaces to seamlessly connect the community.

Education:Fawcett holds a B.B.A. in business from the University of Texas.

Professional Affiliations:Member, ICSC and ULI

Civic and Community Involvement:Fawcett is on the board of the Williamson County Chamber and SEARCH Nashville

Phil Fawcett's PROPERTIES

McEwen Northside

4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Franklin, TN 37067

Berry Farms Reams Fleming

1011 Reams Fleming Blvd, Franklin, TN 37064

Berry Farms Chadwell

2400 Goose Creek Bypass, Franklin, TN 37064

Berry Farms

4037 Rural Plains Circle, Franklin, TN 37064

McEwen Northside

McEwen Northside is an inviting urban experience in the vibrant Cool Springs area of Franklin, Tennessee. The unique 45-acre mixed-use environment will include approximately 750,000 square feet of Class A office space, 113,000 square feet of restaurants and specialty retail, a 150-room business-class hotel, 770 luxury apartments, and upwards of 10 acres of beautifully designed green spaces to seamlessly connect the community.

McEwen Northside is located in the core of the compelling Cool Springs submarket and regional retail hub. Cool Springs, a business district within the City of Franklin, is considered one of the most desirable suburban locations in the state because of the strong business climate and wide range of restaurants and retail choices.


Berry Farms Reams Fleming

Reams Fleming at Berry Farms is located in the Southeast quadrant of I-65 and the Peytonsville Road exit and fronts I-65 with excellent visibility. Reams Fleming is a high profile, high end, master-planned commercial setting that attracts businesses, workers, shoppers and visitors to its tree-lined boulevards featuring live entertainment venues, theaters and national anchor tenants. Reams Fleming is designed to include a mix of uses with buildings and sites that feature a range of office (1.3M sf), retail (850K sf), multi-family (400 units), hotel and civic venues planned in both vertical and horizontal configurations.

Berry Farms Chadwell

Chadwell at Berry Farms will provide a work, shopping, and residential destination that is truly unique to the area. Chadwell is located at the southwest quadrant of Interstate 65 and Goose Creek Parkway and will include a mix of office (1.2M sq ft), retail (395K sq ft), residential, hotel, and civic buildings. The picturesque environment at Chadwell will include both vertical and horizontal buildings along boulevards with wide sidewalks and scenic landscaping, as well as streams and greenways to enhance the area.

Berry Farms

Located in Franklin, TN, Berry Farms is a mixed-use master planned community where work, shopping, and leisure blends seamlessly with front porch living on pedestrian-friendly streets. It is the Southern Gateway to Franklin, Tennessee, and is on the forefront of economic activity in one of the nation’s fastest-growing, most affluent counties. Located on 600 acres in the heart of Williamson County, Berry Farms is centered around connecting people to work, shopping, restaurants and meaningful open space.

Conveniently located at the Interstate 65 / Peytonsville Road (Goose Creek Bypass) interchange at Franklin, TN, Berry Farms is strategically situated for easy access and growth. Berry Farms represents a new, classic way of living, working and playing that not only changes how a planned community looks, but how it feels. With a preserved history that dates back to the early 1800’s, this unique subdivision has a compelling story to tell.

Broker News

Here’s What Boyle Investment Is Planning Next in Commercial Real Estate

November 20, 2023

Memphis Business Journal and Nashville Business Journal By Stephen MacLeod Memphis-based Boyle Investment Co. is the largest owner and operator of office space in the city as the company turns 90 years old. The company has grown to be a large land and property holder in both Memphis and Nashville. Boyle is one of the […]

McEwen Northside Breaks Ground on 300,000 Sq. Ft., $125 Million Mixed-Use Expansion

November 16, 2023

Franklin’s Popular Mixed-Use District Prepares for Addition of High-Profile Tenants, More Community Gathering Spaces and Heightened Customer Experiences   The highly anticipated expansion of McEwen Northside, a 45-acre mixed-use urban district within Cool Springs, is on the horizon as construction begins on the site known as “Block E.” With an anticipated completion date of Spring […]

McEwen Northside to expand with new 9-story mixed-use building, ‘signature restaurant’

October 12, 2022

McEwen Northside, a 45-acre mixed-use urban district in the heart of Cool Springs, is once again expanding. The new 300,000 square foot phase known as Block E will feature a building of nine stories with eight floors of Class A office space, 30,000 square feet of creative office space, specialty retail and restaurant space located […]

Dee-O-Gee Announces First Tennessee Location at Town Center at Berry Farms

April 22, 2022

Dee-O-Gee, a holistic, natural pet supply store established in Montana, has announced its first Tennessee location will open this summer at Town Center at Berry Farms in Franklin with 3,620 SF. Dee-O-Gee focuses on total pet well-being and offers high-end retail pet foods, USA-made toys, dog grooming, DIY washtubs and doggie daycare. Committed to assisting […]

Topping-Out Ceremony Held for the McEwen Northside Office Building

March 21, 2022

Boyle Investment Company, Northwood Ravin, and BELL Construction celebrated the topping out of 5001 Aspen Grove Dr. at McEwen Northside on March 3rd, 2022. The ceremony celebrated the successful and seamless completion of the structural phase of the building. Representatives from Boyle Nashville, Northwood Ravin, BELL, TMPartners, Kimley-Horn, and KVD Design attended. “We are delighted to celebrate the topping-out of […]

Franklin, Cool Springs becomes hub for mixed-use construction

June 23, 2019

Community Impact Newspaper With more than 1 million square feet of office, retail and residential space under construction or planned in Franklin and Cool Springs over the next few years, it comes as no surprise for residents to see construction along major corridors these days. However, behind the cranes and steel beams is a growing […]

Two More Tenants Announced for McEwen Northside

May 30, 2019

Williamson Source Tiff’s Treats and Club Pilates have announced new locations coming to McEwen Northside, the 45-acre mixed-use environment offering fully integrated commercial, retail, residential and green spaces in Cool Springs. Previously announced McEwen Northside tenants: PROSE Nail Salon to open this fall Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille to open summer 2020 “We are excited to welcome Club Pilates, PROSE […]

Cool Springs Heats Up

May 19, 2019

The Tennessean As Nashville lures a steady stream of major new companies downtown, Franklin – the region’s historically most popular office destination – is remaking its workplaces to keep up with the competition. Three sprawling new developments that together represent an almost $1 billion investment are coming to market now in Franklin’s Cool Springs business […]

Images, name released for Capitol View park

January 16, 2019

Nashville Post Additional images and a name have been released related to the future public greenspace for which work remains underway at Capitol View. In addition, the space will be called Frankie Pierce Park, named for the late and influential African-American suffrage movement leader Juno Frankie Pierce. Pierce Park will open in the spring as […]

Fall 2019 opening eyed for Capitol View Publix

October 03, 2018

Nashville Post North Gulch building to offer downtown’s first full-service grocery store Officials with Publix Super Markets and the Capitol View development in the North Gulch announced Wednesday a fall 2019 opening for the grocery store. To be downtown Nashville’s first comprehensive, full-service grocery store upon its opening — the Publix will take a first-floor […]

After years of delays, McEwen Northside mixed-use development under way in Cool Springs

June 29, 2018

The Tennessean June 29, 2018 FRANKLIN — One of the more lucrative tracts of commercial land remaining in Cool Springs, the 45-acre parcel across McEwen Drive from Whole Foods on the west side of I-65 is finally poised to be more than a fenced-off pile of dirt and rocks. Known as McEwen Northside, the tract […]

Construction Begins on 45-Acre Cool Springs Project

June 27, 2018

In addition to the construction of the infrastructure, which is well underway, Boyle Investment Company, in partnership with Northwood Ravin, has begun construction on the first phase of vertical construction of the 45-acre McEwen Northside project in Cool Springs. This phase includes a Class A mixed-use office/retail building, unique restaurants, and luxury multi-family all organized […]

Work starts on $140M Cool Springs project

June 27, 2018

Nashville Post June 27, 2018 Boyle Investment Co. and Northwood Ravin have begun construction on the $140 million first phase of the 45-acre McEwen Northside project in Cool Springs. According to a release, the phase includes a Class A mixed-use office/retail building, restaurants, and apartment structure — all oriented in proximity to a two-acre park. […]

Builder Spotlight

February 22, 2016

Gregg & Rains Building Group LLC By Bill Lewis The Tennessean Years in Business: Eight years combined Builder Statement: Alex Gregg and Jake Rains formed Gregg & Rains Building Group LLC in May. Before the creation of their company, Rains was building homes under Rains Construction and Gregg under Alex Gregg Construction. Rains and Gregg […]

Developer announces plans

February 22, 2016

By Karen Loew – The Tennessean – BRENTWOOD ­ For the second time this week, a developer announced plans to attempt locating a retail cluster in long commercial-free years well-populated east Brentwood. Memphis-based Boyle Investment Company is planning a grocery-storeanchored development for the corner of Concord and Sunset Roads, Nashville office Executive Manager Phil Fawcett said […]

Boyle Launches Nashville Office With Ex-Trammell Crow Execs

February 19, 2016

By Theresa Bechard – The Nashville Business Journal – Boyle Investment Co. is expanding into the Nashville market after charting a strong, 68-year old real estate development history in Memphis. The company’s new Nashville office — which will provide the same range of development, and acquisition, sales and leasing services offered in Memphis — will be […]

Cool Springs Offices Sold to Local Investors

December 17, 2015

By Richard Lawson – The Tennessean – Two Cool Springs buildings that helped launch the area as an office destination have been sold to a group of Nashville and Memphis investors. Boyle Nashville LLC bought One and Two Corporate Centre for $36 million from the Strategic Property Fund, which is managed by New York based J.P. […]

Boyle Moves Forward with Complex Mixed-Use Projects in Memphis & Nashville

August 10, 2015

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. Some of the Mid-South’s premier companies now call Schilling Farms home, including Helena Chemical Company and Converged […]

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 […]

Boyle Takes Giant Steps In Nashville Area Developments

August 03, 2015

By Jane Aldinger – Memphis Business Journal – After 72 years of real estate deals, Boyle is a familiar name in Memphis, but the development company is spreading its credit into Nashville and has purchased 40 acres for a mixed-use development in Franklin, Tenn. Boyle’s current site plan for Meridian Cool Springs calls for 570,000 square […]

Complications of Mixed-Use Don’t Deter Tennessee Developer

August 03, 2015

– New Urban News – Boyle Investment Company hopes to break ground by early this month on Berry Farms, a partly new urbanist project in Franklin, Tennessee, south of Nashville. The mixed-use development, a significant step forward for the 58,000-population Williamson County seat, consists of three tracts totaling 602 acres. The first tract to be developed […]

Boyle goes bargain hunting, snags Belle Meade retail center

August 03, 2015

By Turner Hutchens – Nashville Business Journal – Boyle Investment is taking advantage of the weak market, and a motivated seller, to expand its Nashville-area shopping center portfolio. Boyle, along with local investors, bought Lions Head Village shopping center on White Bridge Road last week for $13.5 million from a subsidiary of Australia-based Centro Properties Group. […]

Boyle Celebrates 80 Years, Sponsors Art Exhibit

July 21, 2015

By:  Sarah Baker Memphis Daily News Boyle Investment Co. turns 80 this year, and has partnered with the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art to celebrate.             Boyle, one of Memphis’ oldest real estate development firms, is the title sponsor of the “The Crossroads of Memory: Carroll Cloar and the American South” exhibit from June 8 […]

Boyle Affirms Berry Farms Project is Full Steam Ahead

June 24, 2011

The Tennessean by Maria Giordano After three years of biding their time, Boyle Development officials finally broke ground last week on that company’s Berry Farms development in the Goose Creek area. The project, originally approved in January 2008, recently received final approval from Franklin officials, clearing the path to construct more than 600 homes and […]

Restaurants, Two Hotels and More Coming to Meridian Cool Springs

June 05, 2006

By Courtney Watson – The Tennessean – With the approval of two hotels and another three-story office building, mixed-use project Meridian Cool Springs is coming into focus. The 40-acre development, near Primus’ headquarters off Carothers Parkway, will mix retail spaces, upscale dining options and hotels with office space to create a multipurpose business hub in Cool […]