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Fairfield West End Hotel, 29th Ave. North & Poston, 7 stories, 156 rooms, $30 million

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New 7-story, 200-room limited service hotel to to on SW corner off 29th Avenue North and Poston in West End Park, just a few blocks west of Centennial Park and one block north of West End Avenue.  Hoteliers Roshan Patel, Alpesh Patel of Kana Hotel Group, along with Anthony Lunceford and Joe Massa are the developers. They purchased the 1/2 acre parcel for $2.5 million, and plan on about a $30 million structure.

Hopefully more detailed renderings will be released soon.

http://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/20832351/hotel-eyed-for-centennial-parkarea-site
 

Midtown Hotel, Poston & 29th, render a, Aug.jpg

Midtown Hotel, Poston & 29th, render 1, Aug. 2016.jpg

Midtown Hotel, Poston & 29th, render 2, Aug. 2016.jpg

Thanks to PHofKS for this additional positioning render:

Midtown Hotel, Poston & 29th, render 3, Aug. 2016.jpg

Midtown Hotel site 1, Aug. 2016.png

Midtown Hotel site 2, Aug. 2016.png

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From the Nashville Post:

Vote slated for Fairfield Inn hotel project along West End corridor

The Metro Planning Commission is slated to vote Thursday, May 11, on a rezoning request related to a West End corridor property on which a local hotel development group is targeting a 12-story Fairfield Inn & Suites hotel.

The hotel building, to be located at 113 29th Ave. N. near Centennial Park, will offer 156 rooms. Midtown Hotel Partners LLC hopes to develop the project.

Planning Department staff is recommending a deferral of the vote until Thursday, May 25.

Led by Roshan Patel, the development entity is hoping to break ground in the second half of the year and has enlisted Nashville-based Kline Swinney Associates for architectural work.

The 0.49-acre site on which the hotel would rise is located within the 31st Avenue and Long Boulevard Urban Design Overlay District.

Midtown Hotel Partners has tapped Chattanooga-based general contractor Humphreys and Associates to handle construction management.

Here's a photo of the lot I took last week.  Looking SW from interchange of Poston Ave. and 29th Ave. North:
 

Fairfield Inn West End site, April, 2017.jpg

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2 hours ago, smeagolsfree said:

These are self serving, narcissistic, hypocrites that thought it was OK to block other people's views, but theirs can't be blocked. 

The world is full of these.

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On ‎2017‎-‎05‎-‎27 at 0:00 PM, smeagolsfree said:

If you don't like the city, then move out a top of a hill somewhere that no one can block your view.

Or Parthenon Towers.

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From today's Tennessean:

Roshan Patel is continuing to pursue a 155-room Fairfield Inn & Suites at 29th and Poston, behind the Piggly Wiggly grocery store near Centennial Park. That project is pending final approval upon third reading at the Metro Council, which is now set for Nov. 21.

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New rendering.  Downsized to 7 stories, 156 rooms.   Finanicng secured through Franklin Synergy Bank. Mid-2019 completion planned. 

https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/odds-ends/article/20986111/notes-fairfield-inn-building-sees-floor-decrease

Story behind the NBJ paywall:

https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2017/12/14/scorecard-developers-land-marriott-brand-hotel.html?ana=twt

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Fencing up. Homes on the lot have been razed.

Looking NW from 29th Ave. North 1/2 block north of West End Ave:

Fairfield Inn West End, Jan 23, 2018, 1.jpg


Looking SW from intersection of Poston Ave. and 29th Ave. North:

Fairfield Inn West End, Jan 23, 2018, 2.jpg

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Neighbor NIMBYS, complaining they would lose their 2 dollar view.

 

BTW,, this project has officially started. Noted in the Post a few days ago. 

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What is with all of the bizarre architecture for hotels in Midtown? If you count this project, the Hyatt House that's under construction, and the dual-brand SpringHill Suites/Residence Inn then there are some really garish buildings going up all around that area. That's just the ones from the top of my head too, I feel like I'm forgetting some. 

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All trees cleared, and signage up on fencing.

Looking SW from intersection of 29th Ave. North and Poston Ave:

Fairfield Inn West End, April 22, 2018, 1.jpg


Looking NW from 29th Ave.North, 1/2 block north of West End Ave:

Fairfield Inn West End, April 22, 2018, 2.jpg

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