Germantown

Once the site of Nashoba Community, a utopian community for emancipated slaves, Germantown was incorporated in 1841. It has one of the lowest crime rates in the state and the highest per capita income of any municipality in Shelby County. The city’s population of nearly 40,000 enjoy over 700 acres of parklands and miles of trails and greenlines, including the Wolf River Greenway. It’s also home to the Germantown Charity Horse Show, Germantown Performing Arts Center and the annual Germantown Festival.

Feature StoryTraVure office and retail development site in the West Poplar District of Germantown, TN,

Landlocked Germantown models urban growth strategies


Development NewsThe Skin Clinics opened a new office in Germantown.

Three new retail openings in Germantown-Collierville


Development NewsTrader Joe's

Germantown Trader Joe's could open by next fall


Development NewsGermantown Greenway ribbon cutting

Germantown lands two TDOT grants


Development Newschildrens dental

Pediatric dental practice expands into Midtown


Development NewsRendering of the mind and body space at Germantown Athletic Club

Germantown Athletic Club undergoes renovations


Development NewsRibbon cutting for The Village at Germantown's new health care center

Village at Germantown expands


Development NewsShelby Farms Greenline

Greenline extension underway


Development NewsThe Good Life Honeysuckle Health Foods

Organic entrepreneurs ready for new locations


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