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1800 West End Ave

  • Description: Future site of 2 hotels and offices.

    History: Formerly the West End Lodge, which originally housed a Days Inn, both of which are hotels.

    Type: Mixed Use

    Floors: 8

    Construction End: Late 2008

    Developer: Concord Hospitality

    Location: 1800 West End Ave, Nashville, TN


    More Information:

    Latest News:
    • 11-3-08 NCP: Hotel heaven: Mixed-use project on tap for prime West End plot
      • $45 million development
      • Clarksville-based Concord Hospitality is in the process of rezoning property it owns at the corner of 18th Avenue North and West End Avenue for a 190,000-square-foot complex of hotels, a restaurant and general office space rising eight stories.
      • agreements for a Spring Hill Suites and Residence Inn by Marriott. In total, his new project will have 250 rooms.
      • Patel said he has the loan commitments to build the project, but declined to disclose the lenders. Construction is scheduled begin before the end of the year, he said.
      • have to scrape the 1.4-acre site of the West End Lodge, which used to fly the Days Inn flag. Concord bought the property four years ago for $5.1 million. The site also has been home to Basante’s restaurant and, until recently, a Civic Bank branch.

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