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DAAD worked with several local creative partners to design an experiential 224 room hotel highlighting Nashville and respecting 88 years of the building’s history. The 12-story building was designed by Marr and Holman in 1930 as one of the city’s first luxury hotels while downtown was vibrant with commercial and retail spaces, and was adapted to house office space in the 1970s.

Rehabilitation began in 2014, and includes an 11-story modern addition featuring an aluminum facade with floor to ceiling glass wrapping 63 new guest rooms. The open architectural rhythm of the addition contrasts with the repetition of punched openings within the original brick and limestone, while achieving balance through setbacks allowing the original structure to maintain its prominence.

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