On November 7, The Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Nashville held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the official opening of the hotel. Located in the city’s SoBro neighborhood, the development contains 144 luxury condominium units, a 235-key 5-star hotel, a 380-car parking facility, and 9,500 square feet of upscale street level retail.
SCB sought to create a design that embodied the ethos of Nashville and its music culture, and found inspiration in the iconic image of an acoustic guitar; well-crafted of fine materials, the instrument’s aesthetic properties parallel the architectural qualities of the podium clad in warm-colored panels and weathered steel. The podium is punctuated with large expanses of glass, activating the façade both day and night and visually connecting the streetscape with activity inside the building. Above the podium rises an elegant, modern, and sleek glass tower that is oriented to capture exceptional views and reflect the luxury of the condominiums and five-star hotel within. The expression and presence of the building at both the street level and within the skyline of the city was a significant design driver for the project, with the 40-story tower now one of Nashville’s tallest.
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