Community Input Sought About Development of Spring Hill Property

 In June Lake, Nashville Commercial Real Estate

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This press release was originally released on Sept. 8, 2016. 

Community Input Sought About Development of Spring Hill Property

Dates and Location for Community Meetings Announced

SPRING HILL, Tennessee, September 8, 2016 –Spring Hill residents are invited to attend upcoming meetings where their input will be sought about development of a 780-acre tract of land in the northeast corner of the city.

Designated a “Gateway District” in the City of Spring Hill’s long-range land use plan, the acreage considered for development is bounded on the east by I-65, on the west by Buckner Lane, on the north by Thompson Station Road and on the south by Twin Lakes Drive and Summit High School. It is owned by Buckner Lane Partners, LP.

Two meetings are scheduled, both in the multipurpose room at the Catholic Church of the Nativity, 2793 Bucker Lane, Spring Hill, 37179 – which is near the future development site. The meetings will be from 6 – 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 13, and Tuesday, September 27. The multipurpose room entry is at the rear of the Church.

“Community input is vital to the successful development of this outstanding property, and we are looking forward to a good turnout,” said Randy Parham, a principal with Southeast Venture, the Nashville commercial real estate firm overseeing development of the site.

Southeast Venture Principal Wood Caldwell said community members will have an opportunity to learn about potential plans for the property and to provide their feedback during the upcoming meetings.

“We’ll do a PowerPoint presentation that gives an overview the site. We’ll then move to a more informal setting where we’ll have tables set up manned by members of our team where residents can give their comments directly to us, without having to speak in a public setting. In our experience, this combination of group and individual feedback is very effective in generating response from as many people as possible, which is our goal,” Caldwell said.

Spring Hill area residents wanting more information on should contact either Randy Parham ( or Wood Caldwell ( at Southeast Venture. Further information about Southeast Venture can be found at the Southeast Venture website at