THE TEAM

Sam Greene began his real estate career renovating historic properties in downtown Phoenix, Arizona during the mid 1990’s.   Greene expanded his portfolio by acquiring land and developing multi-family, mixed use, retail and rental properties.   Greene was one of the downtown Phoenix pioneers that turned blighted city blocks into thriving neighborhoods.  Greene paired with Michael Underhill to bring projects including to downtown Phoenix.    Greene and his team are excited to be developing new projects in Middle Tennessee.  

Michael Underhill holds a master’s degree of city planning in urban design from Harvard University and received his bachelor’s degree in architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.    Underhill also serves as Senior Associate Dean of Architecture at Arizona State University. 

Prior to directing the ASU School of Architecture, Underhill chaired the Department of Architecture at Iowa State University, directed the School of Architecture at Rice University and was a professor of architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Toronto among others.  Underhill has spoken widely on urban design and architecture; served on numerous design juries,

Michelle Johnson Greene is an affiliate broker with Parks Realty and a CPA.   Johnson Greene is a magna cum laude graduate of Arizona State University with degrees in Accounting and Finance, who previously held executive level positions with the Arizona Diamondbacks Baseball Team, MVP Sports Group, and served as a consultant to several other businesses.   Johnson Greene oversees sales, marketing  and the financial management of the firm.

Graystone Construction, LLC has teamed with G3 Metro, LLC to deliver high quality, beautiful homes to new phases of Pleasant View Village including Magnolia Glen.   

2018 G3 Metro Development

All designs, specifications, materials, and details are subject to change without notice. All renderings, photographs, and maps on this website are the artists’ conceptions and are not intended to be an exact depiction of the community, the homes, or the landscaping.