Nashville’s Bristol Development promotes two to leadership roles

Nashville, Tennessee-based Bristol Development Group, a developer of upscale multifamily and mixed-use communities throughout the Southeast, has announced new roles for two longtime members of its leadership team, as principal and chief executive offficer Charles Carlisle steps back from day-to-day leadership.

New chief executive officer Bryan Jacobs and chief investment oficer David Hanchrow will work together to set the direction of the company as senior partners.

Bristol’s executive team spent two years laying the groundwork for this transition. While some roles have changed, the members of the leadership team will stay much the same. Jacobs has been with Bristol Development Group for 18 years, most recently as Chief Financial Officer.

Hanchrow is a 32-year veteran of the multifamily industry and has been with Bristol since October of 1999. He leads site selection, acquisition and asset disposition for Bristol.

Nahshon Roth, previously with US Bank, succeeds Jacobs as CFO.

Bristol Development Group was founded in 1999 by Dan Daniel, Ashlyn Meneguzzi and Sam Yeager. The company has developed multifamily communities throughout the Southeastern United States.

Daniel passed away in 2019, but Meneguzzi and Yeager continue guiding Bristol as Founding Principals.

Carlisle, who served as CEO for 14 years, will now focus on what has become his passion, finding interesting new development opportunities and working with the team to guide them through the acquisition, entitlement, design and development process. Carlisle will remain with BDG as a Principal.