Sheraton Nashville Downtown

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Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel
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General information
Status Complete
Type Hotel
Architectural style Brutalist
Location 623 Union Street
Nashville, Tennessee
United States
Coordinates 36°9′48.15″N 86°46′59.27″W / 36.1633750°N 86.7831306°W / 36.1633750; -86.7831306Coordinates: 36°9′48.15″N 86°46′59.27″W / 36.1633750°N 86.7831306°W / 36.1633750; -86.7831306
Opening 1975
Owner Sheraton Hotels and Resorts
Height
Roof 300 ft (91 m)
Technical details
Floor count 27
Design and construction
Architect John Mastin & Associates

The Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel is a high-rise hotel and restaurant in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Sheraton Nashville Downtown’s multimillion-dollar transformation, conceptualized by New York-based designer Anna Busta. The Sheraton is the 12th tallest building in Nashville, with 27 stories and a height of 300 ft (91 m).[1]

It is notable on the Nashville skyline for its prominent rooftop rotating restaurant.

In August 2012, the hotel was acquired by the JRK Hotel Group, a subsidiary of JRK Property Holdings.[2]


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