4 business to relocate to McEwen Northside in Cool Springs

McEwen Northside is a 45-acre, mixed-use development in Cool Springs. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
McEwen Northside is a 45-acre, mixed-use development in Cool Springs. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)

McEwen Northside is a 45-acre, mixed-use development in Cool Springs. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)

Four new businesses are slated to move into mixed-use center McEwen Northside later this year, according to a July 15 announcement from the development.

The center, located along Aspen Grove and McEwen drives in Cool Springs, features a number of restaurants and retailers as well as office space and multifamily residences.

Design and Engineering Inc. will relocate to McEwen Northside from 1645 Liberty Blvd., Brentwood, in September. The company is a full-service engineering and interior design firm that works with commercial clients and is licensed in 48 states. Clients include ML Rose, Bricktop's, Buffalo Wild Wings and Cracker Barrel.

“As designers, we are always looking for great new spaces,” said Ryan Nicholson, vice president at Design and Engineering, in a release. “We are excited to become a part of and enjoy the amenities of this vibrant community. The energy and atmosphere at McEwen will give our team a fresh mentality when they come to work.”

615-370-1779. www.dandeinc.us

Censis Technologies will relocate from 830 Crescent Centre Drive, Ste. 610, Franklin, in late 2021. The company specializes in web-based software to manage sterilization, tracking and data collection of surgical assets and medical equipment.

“Coming out of the COVID[-19] shutdowns, we are eager to be able to return to an office environment,” Censis President Randy Smith said in a release. “Our relocation to McEwen makes our return even more exciting as it will provide a very modern, collaborative and employee-friendly work environment. Our employees will also enjoy the amenities the new office and location will provide.”

615-468-8000. www.censis.com

Renew Co. will relocate from 325 Seaboard Lane, Ste. 150, Franklin. The company specializes in natural health and wellness products and works with health care practitioners to provide supplements. A relocation date has not been announced.

“We knew we would like our new offices at McEwen Northside, but it has exceeded our expectations,” Renew Co. CEO Jay Clarke said in a release. “Our new space will be another reason that folks want to come to work for Renew Co. and is a recruiting tool and a retention tool, and we are excited about that.”


Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani LLP will relocate from 3401 Mallory Lane, Ste. 120, Franklin, in mid-September. The law firm, which has offices in all 50 states, provides legal services, such as commercial litigation, professional liability defense and other legal advice.

“We had the opportunity to watch the development Boyle was putting together at McEwen Northside, and we really appreciated the live-work-play philosophy characteristic of the campus,” said Heather Gwinn Pabon, managing partner of the Nashville-area office, in a release. “McEwen Northside checked all of our boxes, including excellent paths of ingress and egress for our clients; beautiful multiuse indoor and outdoor spaces for client and team meetings; and easy accessibility to dining, retail, and health and wellness options for our team members. We are really looking forward to being part of the McEwen Northside community.”

615-772-9000. www.grsm.com

The companies will join Williamson Inc. and Mitsubishi Motors North America, which already have offices in the development's Block B building. Construction has also begun on another block of retail and office space in the development, according to McEwen Northside.

“The relocation of companies like Design and Engineering, Censis Technologies, Renew Co., and Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani LLP is a testament to the growing community and destination workplace that’s being created at McEwen Northside,” said Phil Fawcett, a partner with Boyle, the developer of McEwen Northside, in a release. “Cool Springs is quickly becoming a hub for companies that are seeking a unique workplace experience. We are proud to see established companies choosing to relocate their operations here.”
By Wendy Sturges
A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Sturges has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and moved to Tennessee in 2019.


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