Congress Group, AECOM break ground on Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences project
June 24, 2019 – US-based development firm Congress Group and AECOM investment arm AECOM Capital have broken ground on Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences, a mixed-use hotel and for-sale residential project in Nashville, Tennessee.
Being developed for luxury hospitality firm Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences is a five-star, full service hotel featuring 236 keys, a spa, an array of amenities, and 143 Private Residences.
Located at 151 First Avenue South in downtown Nashville, the new development will be the brand’s first hotel in the state of Tennessee.
Congress Group president Dean Stratouly said: “Today, we officially celebrate the start of construction on an iconic tower which will become synonymous with Nashville’s skyline.
“Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Nashville will be the premiere luxury destination to live and stay.
“In a city where business is booming, and individuals come from around the world to experience the culture and music, this property will dramatically rewrite what is possible for any resident or visitor.”
AECOM Hunt is the lead construction contractor for the development.
AECOM Capital senior managing director Timothy Haskin said: “When Four Seasons chooses to enter a market, it seeks to redefine what luxury quality, service and lifestyle can be.
“To achieve that, up to the standards of Four Seasons, you have to assemble an exceptional team of architects, designers and visionaries, and we’ve done just that with our project team.”
The project is being designed and executed by a team of architects, designers and engineers.
SCB is the project architect, while HOK is the interior designer of the luxury residences and amenity spaces.
Marzipan is the interior designer of the hotel and public spaces while Barge Design Group is responsible for civil engineer and permitting.
The residents at the development will have easy access to Lower Broadway and Second Avenue, which is claimed to serve as home to the city’s live music venues, restaurants and nightlife, including the Nashville Music City Center.