"A Brentwood serial entrepreneur will soon break ground on a new, boutique hotel concept in downtown Nashville.
Developer Mark Cleveland, former NEXT Awards Entrepreneur of the Year in his role as CEO of Williamson County's Swiftwick, revealed his plans for his Stanza Nashville Hotel. The NEXT Award is given by the Nashville Chamber of Commerce and the Entrepreneur Center recognizing his contribution as CEO of Williamson County's Hobby Express and as a co-founder of Swiftwick. Cleveland also serves on the Board of Directors for Williamson Inc., the Williamson County Chamber.
'Before the rest of the country discovered the 'it' city, I bought in. I consider myself an investor in Nashville,' he said. 'This is a concept that serves cost conscious small business owners attending conventions in Nashville. I know that market because that's me.' "
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Original Article by Franklin Home Page's, Emily West
Cleveland is calling the hotel Stanza Nashville and it will not offer a regional or national brand. He has enlisted Nashville-based Kennon Calhoun Workshop for design. The firm’s Josh Spence will serve as project development director, with James Kennon to be the lead architect."
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Original Article by Nashville Post's, William Williams
In The Press- The first official press announcement for the plans of Stanza Nashville aired this Tuesday, September 8th on News Channel 5 following the groundbreaking for Nashville's new Division Street connector.
News Channel 5's Emily Luxen met on site with Stanza Nashville Owner, Mark Cleveland to get the details on what will be Nashville's newest 12 story tall boutique hotel. Design and location have been carefully planned to meet the demand for Nashville's growing market of convention-goers and bachelor/bachelorette parties who seek affordable rooms and virtually effortless access to downtown.
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1. Your spouse is (or you are) pretentious, spending your money on hotels with gilted banquet rooms and other
nonfunctional, empty spaces.
2. You like the city view of another building in your window.
3. You actually use the phone in a hotel room ... for anything.
4. You like to pay $30 a night for parking the car you rented for $55 a day. What dents?
5. You don’t know how to use (and don’t want to learn) UBER or LYFT--or the Music City Trolley Hop or Circuit Bus, Cars2Go, JoyRide Cart AND you hate to walk.