Hill Center Brentwood is a mixed use, multiphase community situated in the heart of the business and retail district of Brentwood, Tennessee. Buzzing with an endless variety of shops, dining and office space, and featuring Wi-Fi throughout, Hill Center is the go-to gateway for work and play. Strategically placed on Franklin Road, the property is directly adjacent to several other office parks, including Maryland Farms and CityPark, allowing nearby connections without a long commute. Hill Center is close to the tranquil surroundings of the nearby Maryland Way Park trail sand to the workout facilities of the Maryland Farms YMCA. Hill Center Brentwood has convenient and spacious garages and lots. The AC Hotel Brentwood would be the first lifestyle hotel in the Brentwood market.
Brentwood is an affluent suburb of Nashville, Tennessee. Located in Williamson County, Tennessee, it is one of the wealthiest cities in the United States with an estimated 2013 median household income of $132,919. The population census for 2014 indicated 40,982 full-time residents, up 11% from the 2010 census making it is one of the fastest growing cities in Tennessee.In addition, Williamson County is ranked among the wealthiest counties in the country. In 2006 it was ranked as the 11th wealthiest counties by the U.S. Census Bureau, but when the Council for Community and Economic Research factored in the local cost of living and median household income it ranked number one.Nashville is the state capital of Tennessee and the county seat of Davidson County. Located in the north central part of the state, it is the second largest city in Tennessee after Memphis and the fourth largest city in the Southeastern United States. According to the 2013 U.S. Census Bureau statistics, the city/county population stood at 659,042 and the Nashville metropolitan area was 1,757,912.
The city is a center for music, healthcare, publishing, banking, transportation and government. It is most noted for it being the hub of country music industry and has earned it the nickname of “Music City”. As the “home of country music” the city is home to several major record labels including Arista, Warner, Columbia and Geffen, and numerous independent record labels. In addition to music, Nashville is also home to over 300 healthcare companies, including the largest private operator of hospitals in the world, Hospital Corporation of America (HCA). In 2012, it was estimated that the healthcare industry in contributes $30 billion per year and 200,000 jobs to the metropolitan Nashville area. Another growing industry in the market is the automotive industry. In 2006 Nissan North America moved from Gardena, California to Smyrna, Tennessee, just southwest of Nashville. Other major industries include insurance, finance, and religious publishing. In 2015, Business Facilities’ 11th Annual Rankings report cited Nashville as the number one city for economic growth.