Williamson County is a business hub, with new businesses and small businesses setting up shop here every week.
The summer has brought a slew of new players to the city, from entertainment and leisure companies to large national corporations looking for a new home.
Here’s what’s new in food, retail and fitness in Williamson County.
NolSol Hot Yoga + Barre is coming to Nolensville
Hot yoga comes to Nolensville with NolSol, a new studio led by founder and owner Jessica White. The studio will offer guided classes and will use an infrared heating system that helps participants sweat during extended yoga sessions. The studio will hold a grand opening event on Saturday, August 13.
2100 Rocky Fork Road, Suite 404, Nolensville, TN 37135; nolosolhotyoga.com
Spring Hill public golf course relaunched as Towhee Club
Spring Hill Public Golf Course has reopened after a major facelift. Towhee Club, formerly known as King’s Creek Golf Club, now features a new clubhouse and the Birdsong Social restaurant. Longtime customers say it was worth the wait:
“I’ve been here 17 years,” course regular John Cobb told the Tennessean. “There is no comparison, absolutely no comparison, with the golf course and the building.”
3901 Kedron Road, Spring Hill, TN 37174; 931-486-1253; towheeclub.com
Illinois-based Highland Ventures moves to Brentwood
Williamson County continues to build its reputation as a corporate headquarters hub. Highland Ventures, formerly based in Glenview, Ill., announced in July that it would invest $8.2 million to relocate its headquarters to Brentwood. Highland Ventures has a diverse portfolio including Family Veterinary Group, Marco’s Pizza, Stay Fit 24, Highland Pure Water & Ice and Legacy Commercial Property. The relocation will create 80 local jobs over the next five years, according to a press release.
With Me should stay despite the sale of the building
The downtown Franklin property at 416 and 418 Main Street was listed for sale at $3.75 million, but current tenant Avec Moi has no plans to move. Bob Roethemeyer, who opened the shop 13 years ago, said he plans to maintain his lease with whoever eventually buys the property. Loy Hardcastle is the broker for the sale of the property.
Vintage Winery closes ahead of impending property sale
Columbia’s Vintage Winery’s “Vino Servicenter” is closing after the end of its lease on August 5. The operators were unable to secure a new long-term lease due to an impending sale of the property, according to the company’s official Facebook page.
“We are so proud of the community that has come together on this terrace during such difficult times for many,” the post read. “We hope whoever ends up with this gem of a place will do something amazing and even better!!”
Cole Villena covers Williamson County at The Tennessean, part of the USA Today – Tennessee network. Contact Cole at [email protected] or 615-925-0493. Follow Cole on Twitter at @ColeVillena and on Instagram at @CVinTennessee.