McEwen Northside, a 45-acre mixed use district in Cool Springs, will add offices for Kimley-Horn, Gutterglove Inc. and CorVel Corp. in the building at 4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Boyle Investment Co. announced Feb. 8.

The offices will be in the same building as the North American headquarters of Mitsubishi Motors, according to Boyle.

Kimley-Horn’s office will open in the spring, according to Boyle. The company is a premier planning and design consulting firm with more than 100 offices across the county, according to Boyle.

The office will be the firm’s fifth in Tennessee and the first in Williamson County, according to Boyle.

“McEwen Northside is the premier mixed-use development in Franklin, and this is only the beginning,” Kimley-Horn senior associate Ryan McMaster said in a statement. “We are very excited to continue building on the momentum and growing community excitement surrounding this development. I live in and have built the majority of my practice in the Franklin and Williamson County market – it means a lot to be able to plant a flag in Franklin and further expand Kimley-Horn’s ability to serve our clients in the southern parts of Middle Tennessee.”

Kimley Horn's website is here.

Gutterglove Inc., a manufacturer of stainless steel gutter guards, announced last November it would move its headquarters from Roseville, California, to Franklin.

Begun in 1996 as a gutter cleaning service, the company is now operating out of its Franklin offices.

“Choosing to relocate our corporate headquarters was a big decision, and we are confident we found the perfect location at McEwen Northside,” Gutterglove CEO Matt Smith said in a statement. “In addition to the Class A office space, the walkable dining, shopping, restaurant and other amenities make it a great location for our employees to work and live.”

Gutterglove's website is here.

CorVel is a national provider of comprehensive risk-management solutions to employers, third-party administrators, insurance companies and government agencies. This is its first office in Tennessee and opened in January.

Construction crews are working on a building with 126,000 square feet of Class A office space and 26,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and restaurant space. The building is scheduled to be finished by the fourth quarter of 2022, according to Boyle. Its website can be found here.

Phase 2 of the district’s multifamily residential development is also underway and consists of 424 luxury units framing a large courtyard, according to Boule.

The new corporate tenants join other businesses at the development, including OMNIA Partners, Perry’s Steakhouse, North Italia, Jeni’s Ice Cream and Shake Shack, among others.