Hill Center Brentwood celebrates City of Brentwood’s 50th with specials, giveaways and more April 12-14

Brentwood, Tenn. – April 10, 2019 – The City of Brentwood’s first official 50th event, “A Golden Gallop” parade, is set to roll through Maryland Farms on Saturday, April 13 at 2 p.m., rain or shine. To help celebrate, Hill Center Brentwood will be buzzing with special promotions throughout the entire weekend.

The original Hill Center Brentwood opened 36 years ago, though the land was purchased in 1969, the same year the City of Brentwood was incorporated. “Our company has grown right alongside the city and we applaud the staff and elected officials that work hard every day to make Brentwood a great place to live, work and do business,” said Jimmy Granbery, chairman and CEO, H.G. Hill Realty Company. “We are a proud sponsor of the parade and other events still to come and look forward to celebrating alongside the city all year long.”

The following are just a few of the promotions happening this weekend:

Alumni Hall: 20% off entire store
Core Power Yoga: 10 Class Package for $165 (originally $199); Unlimited Yoga + Black Tag Membership for $119/month PLUS 1st month is discounted to $89
The Cosmetic Market: 10% off any one item
Dress Up: Sips + Sweets & Lunch + Shop (10% off purchase when you show same-day receipt from: Chopt, Nama, Holler & Dash, Jeni’s, Del Frisco’s Grille, and Uncle Julio’s from Noon – 4 p.m.); Follow Dress Up Brentwood on Facebook and check-in and receive 10% off purchase!
Brentwood Fabrik: 25% off entire store
Hand & Stone Massage: Free Nuface Quick Lift
Hemline: 20% off entire store
Hot Pink: 10% off any one item
Katy’s Hallmark: 20% off all Fashion and Jewelry, including Life Is Good and Simply Southern T-Shirts and accessories
Nashville Dentistry Co.: $300 in office/$150 take home whitening; $59 new patient exam; $9/unit Botox
Pear Tree Avenue: 30% off select Uno de 50 jewelry and door prize raffle
Puffy Muffin: “Brentwood 50th” cookie with a portion of sales donated to the City

Economic Impact:

Currently, Hill Center Brentwood is home to 41 office and retail businesses, employing more than 1,067 people. The center generated over $1.2 million of sales tax paid to the City of Brentwood, and in 2018 more than $800,000 in property tax revenue was generated, which equates to $343,000 for Williamson County public schools.

Phase II:

Construction is well under way for the second phase of the center. The approximately 92,950 square foot AC Hotel by Marriott will have 148 rooms and is located at the west end of the development abutting Maryland Way Park. Plans also include a 84,375 square foot office building adjacent to the hotel, two retail buildings containing 9,600 and 10,000 square feet, and a two-level, 315 space parking garage. A Paseo (pedestrian walkway) will be created to connect the hotel and office building to the park.

The phase two office building is 50 percent preleased, with its first tenant, State Volunteer Mutual Insurance Company, relocating its company to the new building once completed in early 2020. The additions will add 196,993 square feet to the current 237,828 square foot center, bringing the total square footage to 434,821. Once fully developed, the development will consist of approximately 600,000 square feet.

For additional information about Hill Center Brentwood, including current retailers and restaurants, and leasing information visit hillcenterbrentwood.com.

About Hill Center Brentwood

For more than 30 years, Hill Center Brentwood has been a Williamson County shopping destination, offering a mix of local and national retailers including The Fresh Market, The Puffy Muffin, Hot Pink, Pear Tree Avenue, REI, Starbucks, Chipotle and more. H.G. Hill Realty Company, a family-owned company for six generations, added to the property’s footprint with a $211 million mixed-use development spanning 17-acres at the intersection of Franklin Road and Maryland Way. As the company’s largest project in its 120-year history, the development will consist of 600,000 square feet of office, retail, and restaurant space in 10 buildings once fully developed. Restaurants and retail stores currently open at the expanded center include Del Frisco’s Grille, Holler & Dash, Nama Sushi, Uncle Julio’s, Alumni Hall, Core Power Yoga, The Cosmetic Market, Dress Up, Francesca’s, Sur La Table and more. The mix of restaurants, shops, office and amenities create a true town center for the city of Brentwood as well as a sense of place to be enjoyed by the entire community. Visit hillcenterbrentwood.com for the complete listing of tenants and for leasing information.

 

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