Discover Rutherford County, Tennessee
Check out these noteworthy Rutherford County updates you’ll want to have on your radar.
This fast-growing, ever-changing community continues to make headlines. Whether you are new to the region and still gaining your foothold or pride yourself in being a native of the county, here are a few noteworthy updates you’ll want to have on your radar.
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Need a place to hold your next event? Rutherford County is home to The Grove at Williamson Family Farm, a beautiful venue available to host everything from weddings and baby showers to birthday parties, corporate events and retirement parties. Situated on more than 200 acres of farmland, the event center provides a serene setting that features rustic characteristics blended with modern amenities. Crops grown on the farm are often incorporated into the foods served at private functions, and the family who owns the property is investing $4 million over the next few years to further modernize the estate.
Lawn Love recently ranked Murfreesboro among its list of Top 100 list of Best Cities for Book Lovers.
Living in Style
Enhanced retirement living is “all the buzz” in Rutherford County, as Murfreesboro will soon be home to Del Webb Southern Harmony. This active-adult community, which is a partnership between developers Freehold Communities and Del Webb, will provide residents with comfortable housing as well as outdoor amenities such as tennis, pickleball, walking and running trails, and swimming pools. Residents will be able to choose from a number of floor plans, including the Scenic Series (approximately 1,471 square feet), Distinctive Series (approximately 1,877 square feet) and Echelon Series (approximately 2,246 square feet). Homes are expected to be available for sale in early 2023.
U.S. News & World Report ranked McFadden School of Excellence the No. 1 Elementary School in Tennessee.
If you’re looking to make connections with other business professionals, the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce has a way. The chamber hosts Round About Rutherford, a lively, interactive, speed-networking event for members that begins with lunch and then provides participants the opportunity to meet 40 new people in a short amount of time. This members-only event is usually held on the first Friday of every other month at various Rutherford County businesses from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., and the cost is $10. Chamber officials say participants can make a week’s worth of contacts during the 90-minute session, all without spending the entire day away from the office.
Rutherford County Economic Development
This digital edition of the Rutherford County Economic Development is sponsored by Vanderbilt University Medical Center.