Hill Center Green Hills moves into next decade with new and refreshed concepts

  • December 5th, 2017  

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Dec. 5, 2017 – In December 2007, on the site of a former H.G. Hill Food Stores, H.G. Hill Realty Company opened Hill Center Green Hills, its flagship 240,000 sq. ft. mixed-use lifestyle center comprised of retail, dining and office space. Modeled after a tree-lined main street with a mix of traditional storefronts and masonry patterns, the center was designed to ensure that future phases and renovations would be easily integrated into the landscape.

    “As one of the first modern multi-use developments of its kind in the Nashville area, our vision was to create an outdoor lifestyle center with an emphasis on customer and tenant convenience, along with connectivity, pedestrian access, and outdoor comfort and green spaces,” said Jimmy Granbery, chairman and CEO, H.G. Hill Realty Company. “It has been tremendously rewarding to watch the success of our tenants unfold over the past 10 years, and we’re particularly excited about the changes taking place as we look towards the future.”

    The second phase of the center kicked off with the opening of Pottery Barn and Pottery Barn Kids in April 2016. Additional phase two enhancements include lululemon’s store growing in size to 3,654 sq. ft., and Oak Hall’s expansion to a 10,000 sq. ft. flagship format that will be completed in spring 2018. Updates to California Pizza Kitchen and Zoe’s Kitchen are also planned for 2018.

    “In addition to serving as a model for multi-use development throughout the Nashville area, H.G. Hill Realty Company has a long established history of investing in our community through the gifting of land and providing monetary support to numerous deserving organizations. We congratulate them on this milestone,” said Mayor Megan Barry.

    Barry will join H.G. Hill Realty Company officials, board members and more at a special anniversary event on Dec. 6 that will include the presentation of a donation to The Nashville Food Project in support of their capital campaign, which includes expansion of their service to the community over a three-year period. Development plans include a new headquarters building to be located at 5904 California Ave., Nashville, TN, 37209, as well as a new community farm off White Bridge Road.

    Retail shops and restaurants at the center will also recognize the milestone with a long weekend of anniversary specials from Dec. 7 – 10. See hillcentergreenhills.com for additional information.

    About Hill Center Green Hills 

    Located in Nashville’s most desirable shopping destination, Hill Center Green Hills is a mixed-use 240,000 sq. ft. outdoor, lifestyle center anchored by Anthropologie and Whole Foods with more than 20 specialty shops and three restaurants. Discover an array of boutiques including Oak Hall, The Cosmetic Market, H. Audrey and Billy Reid alongside nationally recognized retailers Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, lululemon athletica, Vineyard Vines, West Elm and more. Dining options include California Pizza Kitchen, Pei Wei and Zoës Kitchen. Visit www.hillcentergreenhills.com to learn more.

    About H.G. Hill Realty Company, LLC

    H.G. Hill Realty Company has been growing with Nashville since 1895. What started as a grocery store business has evolved into a privately held real estate portfolio of more than two million square feet. Ushering in a new era that began in 1993 with the sale of the grocery store operations to independent owners, the company’s mixed-use lifestyle centers may be found throughout Nashville and surrounding areas. Setting the standard for innovative design and development, the company’s flagship center, Hill Center Green Hills – and its development team – have received numerous awards and recognition for excellence in built environment/urban design, landscape design and sustainability practices. Recognition has been received by NAIOP Nashville, International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), Tennessee Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architecture (ASLA), Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Nashville District Council, Nashville Business Journal, Nashville Post, Metro Nashville Tree Advisory Committee, and more. For more information, visit http://www.hghill.com.



    Amy Kovar, APR – Gray Public Relations – 615.497.1799 – akovar@graypr.com