Nashville Hotel LLC is an investment in a newly built five story concrete, steel, and glass boutique hotel and hostel in downtown Nashville, named Fieldhouse Jones. With a multitude of amenities and common spaces, the hotel is a standout for the entire city of Nashville. The 93 guest rooms come in a wide array of sizes to sleep all kinds of guests, from king rooms to bunk rooms to family rooms and apartments as well as more affordable shared rooms for single travelers. In total the hotel is made up of 450 beds.
The lobby of the hotel serves as an action-filled hub and is home to the front desk that doubles as a café and bodega. The lobby lounge serves as a 24-hour rec-room and communal workspace for guests and locals that flows out on one end to a semi-covered 3-season patio and on the other end a new food and beverage concept. The 6th floor rooftop offers amazing views of the town and skyline and its 4,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor space.
The Property is situated at the intersection of Main Street and Neil Avenue, just east of downtown Nashville, and in the heart of East Nashville’s business and cultural hub. With over 1.8 million residents in its 10-county region, the Nashville metropolitan area is the largest in Tennessee and is projected to add another 1 million people in the next 20 years. This metamorphic growth has been fueled primarily by music, sports, conventions, healthcare, transportation, technology, weather, and the by-product transformation of downtown Nashville into a live, work, and play environment. Nashville’s proliferation and energy has not been lost on the rest of the world.
The Nashville area’s economy is large, influential, and expanding rapidly. Known initially as Music City USA for its country music heritage, Nashville is now an international hub for all types of music production and performances. From clubs to venues to festivals, music has been the driving force, but not the only factor in being designated by the New York Times as the “It City.” Nashville is favored by artists, foodies, musicians and immersive travelers. Tourists may come for the music, but they also come for the food, the arts, the creative community and the cultural scene. At the heart of that scene is East Nashville. Known as the “Hipster Mecca” of Nashville, it is revered for strong community, collaboration and creativity. From the vintage stores to the maker workshops to the farm-to-table style restaurants and markets to the renowned coffee shops and beyond, this is the location favored by artists, foodies and musicians.
We completed a successful sale of the Nashville Hotel in December 2021.