July 15, 2020

How the Sun Rose on the East: Scott Sohr on East Nashville’s Vibrant Upcoming

Scott Sohr NashvilleFrom its humble beginnings, East Nashville has played a major role in Music City’s development, says Middle Tennessee real estate developer Scott Sohr. The area, which sits cradled in the Cumberland River, once housed Nashville’s affluent businesspeople. Scott Sohr reports that East Nashville fell almost completely into ruin in the 1970s and its prognosis was grim. [Read more…]

Scott Sohr Answers a Few Questions about Williamson County’s Arrington Retreat

Scott Sohr

Scott Sohr

Q: What is your background in business and development?

Scott Sohr: I have been in business management in several different fields for nearly 30 years. As an entrepreneur, I’m always looking for new opportunities to utilize my strengths and attract top talent to help me achieve my goals.

Q: Tell us about Arrington Retreat.

Scott Sohr: Arrington Retreat is a unique neighborhood I am developing in Williamson County, Tennessee. It is an elegantly designed community with great architecture and great amenities set in the the beautiful Middle Tennessee countryside. It also offers an elegant visual appeal that new homebuilders are looking for.

Q: What made you decide to invest in this community in Williamson County?

Scott Sohr: Williamson County is one of the premier counties in the entire country for home building. The local economy is thriving like never before, the population is increasing year in and year out, the school systems are fantastic, and it’s within a short drive of the hustle and bustle of downtown Nashville. For me, choosing Williamson County was an easy decision. Taking advantage of the beauty of the property offered in designing the community is where things became more difficult.

Q: What sort of amenities does Arrington Retreat have to offer?

Scott Sohr: Obviously, there’s the beautiful landscape on display. Beyond that, there’s also a pool that offers a gorgeous view of the wide open farmland, walking trails, Arrington Creek, a community garden for residents to enjoy, and a park for families and their pets to play and relax. We really wanted to offer something for everyone at Arrington Retreat.

Q: How do you plan on putting your business background to use with the development of Arrington Retreat?

Scott Sohr: Over the years, I’ve learned that you have to know your audience and your customers, and I firmly believe that Arrington Retreat is exactly the type of community and neighborhood that residents of Franklin, Brentwood, Cool Springs, and anyone in Middle Tennessee has been waiting for.