Chartwell and Rockbridge set to meet high demand for lodging in Nashville suburbs
Construction begins in summer 2023 on a TownePlace Suites by Marriott in Brentwood, TownePlace Suites by Marriott in Murfreesboro and a Home2 Suites by Hilton in Lebanon.
“The Greater Nashville area is a vibrant place and rapidly growing. With the influx of people and businesses, the Middle Tennessee area is in high demand for a variety of lodging options,” said Will Schaedle, Executive Vice President of Chartwell Hospitality. “Chartwell’s decades of experience allow us to evaluate the hospitality voids of an area and develop the specific property types that match travelers’ needs. We are also excited to continue our relationship with Rockbridge, a trusted and experienced hospitality leader.”
The TownePlace Suites by Marriott is in the Eastpark development of Maryland Farms and is part of a multi-million-dollar revitalization project to modernize the area. With more than 5 acres of green space, the Eastpark development is home to thousands of employees. The TownePlace Suites by Marriott will be Chartwell’s third hotel in the Brentwood market.
It will provide 119 total rooms and suites.
Chartwell’s TownePlace Suites by Marriott in Murfreesboro is the only hotel approved for the Clari Park mixed-use development. The hotel is located on Medical Center Parkway with easy access to St. Thomas Hospital. The hotel’s exterior is customized to fit within the development’s architectural guidelines and requirements. The Home2 Suites will be an attractive option to an area that is undergoing significant industrial growth and bringing new global corporations to the area with new hospitality needs.
Chartwell Hospitality and Rockbridge partnered on all three developments and Franklin Construction Group is serving as the construction manager for the three-hotel portfolio project. Chartwell and Rockbridge are also partners on the 298-room Hilton at Nashville International Airport (BNA).
The Hilton at BNA is expected to open in early 2024.
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