Residence Inn By Marriott Slated For East Bank

Developed by RevPar Companies and Emerge Hospitality Group, the project includes a 15-story, 235-key (max) hotel at the corner of N 1st & Oldham Streets…There is 9,200 SF of retail space on the ground floor; 3,200 SF faces N. 1st while 5,900 SF is at the corner of N. 1st & Oldham. – Robert Looper III, City Now Next

Knoxville Hospitality Scene Gains AC Hotel

“The AC Hotel [162 rooms, across seven stories] at 427 Walnut St. and the adjoining 416 Locust St. would replace a surface lot between the Langley Garage and Daylight Building. The estimated completion date is August 2025.” – Ryan Wilusz, Knoxville News Sentinel

17-Story Dual Brand Hotel to Rise in Nashville

“Conceptual plans indicate that the 17-story tower will feature 1,647 SF Coffee Shop / Retail on the ground floor facing Cowan Street. Levels 2-4 include structured parking and back of house space. Hotel guestrooms are situated on levels 5-17; with a pool deck proposed on level 5 and a rooftop bar on level 17.” – Robert Looper III, City Now Next

Holiday Inn Planned for Walnut Building

“The nine-story Walnut Building at 706 Walnut Street has become the most recent downtown building to be planned for conversion to a hotel…Upon completion, the hotel is slated to include 91 rooms on the top eight floors of the building.” – Knoxville Urban Guy

Elevate Designing New Residence Inn by Marriott

“The future Residence Inn by Marriott will offer 114 rooms with two 2,500-square-foot meeting spaces. The project will include a 4,000-square foot restaurant, which will be one of MetroCenter only sit-down restaurants, to be housed in a separate building.” – William Williams, Nashville Post

Elevate Works with Knoxville Hotelier

“As currently envisioned, the Old City hotel would be five stories with an estimated cost of $22 million, according to Tuesday’s announcement. It’s meant to have an ‘upscale, historic’ feel that complements the brick architecture of the Old City.” – John North, Vinay Simlot, 10News

Elevate Contributes to Hotel in Downtown Memphis

“The design of the hotel at 380 Beale St. substantially aligns with the recommendations of the Downtown Design Guidelines. The building addresses the street, keeping parking (which will be facilitated off-site) visually subordinate to the structure.” – Tom Baily, Daily Memphian

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