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Taylor Farms buys land for new factory, will create 800 jobs

Jun 12, 2018 at 12:17 pm by Michelle Willard

Taylor Farms purchased property in May to build a second factory in Smyrna, according to records from the Rutherford County Register of Deeds.

Taylor Farms Tennessee bought 21.7 acres at 442 Nissan Drive in Smyrna for $4.16 million from the Betty Mullins Jones Revocable Trust on May 18.

According to The Daily News Journal, the company got approval in October 2017 from the Smyrna Planning Commission to build a plant for deli items that will employ up to 800 additional people.

Commercial transactions

Gear Southpark LLC bought a lot at 1958 Almaville Rd. in Smyrna for $12.5 million from Artemis Hip Southpark on May 18.

DGHS LLC bought 521 NW Broad St. in Murfreesboro for $2.99 million from Invest Squared 521 Broad Murfreesboro on May 15. The 1.02-acre site holds Dog Haus restaurant but was originally built in 1980 as a Burger King.

Riverstone Investments bought two commercial lots at 5231 and 5237 Murfreesboro Rd. in La Vergne for a total of 2.3 million from William Eller Jr. on May 17.

30AIP Murfreesboro bought a lot on Medical Center Parkway for $1.5 million from North Church LLC on May 16.

Swanson Developments bought 47.3 acres fon Warrior Drive for $1.18 million from Janice Atkinson on May 29.

Five Star Joint Venture bought almost five acres at 3592 Shelbyville Hwy. in Murfreesboro for $1.1 million from the Harrison Raper Estate on May 17.

A+Storage Northfield Village bought three-quarters of an acre at 1205 Sulphur Springs Rd. in Murfreesboro for $980,000 on May 18.

Black Diamond Construction bought 113.8 acres on Lytle Creek Road in the Buchanan community for $750,000 on May 30.

Bert McCarter bought 303 N. Walnut St. in Murfreesboro for $650,000 from Ben and Katherine Bennett on May 30.

Millennium Roofing and Construction bought 1390 Compton Rd. in Murfreesboro for $625,000 from Chadwick Christiansen on May 17.

John Properties LLC bought 178 N. Lowry St. in Smyrna for $430,000 from Arman Hasuri on May 15. The lot was home to Angel Motors.

James C. Highers bought 546 W. Main St. in Murfreesboro for $350,000 from James and Pamela Hale on May 17.

In May, builders bought 90 residential lots in Rutherford County.

Most expensive houses

David and Julie Baker bought 61 acres at 4851 Vincion Rd. in Murfreesboro for $960,000 on May 30. The 3,847-square-foot single-family home in Lascassas has four bedrooms, two full and two half bathrooms with two covered porches.

George Jr. and Wendy Yucic bought 3981 Betty Ford Rd. in Murfreesboro for $888,309 on May 15.

Jimmy and Brenda Smith bought 5310 Johnson Rd. in Murfreesboro for $875,000 on May 21.

Clifford and Carla Bowman bought 407 Woodland Trail in Smyrna for $640,000 on May 29.

Lee and Sandra Dennis bought nearly nine acres 8699 Christiana Fosterville Rd. in Christiana for $592,500 on May 17.

Scott and Julie Purdue bought 1925 Fairhaven Lane in Murfreesboro for $591,900 on May 29.

Joseph and Alicia Brockman bought 617 Twin View Drive in Murfreesboro for $560,000 on May 21.

Monte and Tamara Lester bought 828 Stone Mill Circle on Murfreesboro for $524,900 on May 3.

Jordan Rimsa bought 5.34 acres at 7701 12 Corners Rd. in Lascassas for $510,000 on May 10.


Michelle Willard is a freelance journalist who fills her days with social media marketing, politics, true crime, and taking complaints. You can complain to her on Twitter @MichWillard or by email michelle(at)murfreesborovoice.com. 


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