Progress continues at the 113,000 SF hotel tower addition to Midtown Corkdorks. The project includes the 9-story Cambria Hotel addition as well as upgrades to the facade of the existing Midtown Corkdorks building. The project is located at the corner of Church Street & 16th Avenue North on 1610 Church Street.
Cambria Midtown is designed by Louisville-based Studio A along with interior designer Graniti Vicentia Hospitality. Together the project offers an Italian-inspired interpretation of the Nashville aesthetic. This can be seen through the selection of materials as well as in the art throughout the new spaces.
Located on a prime stretch of Church Street, Cambria will be the first new ground-up hotel on Church Street in quite some time. It is also adjacent to a growing list of new developments along the Church Street corridor. The map below shows a sample of adjacent development projects.
- What’s Now: Previous vacant building
- What’s Next: Hotel
- Owner: Corkdorks
- Architect: Studio A Architecture
- Civil/Landscape: RaganSmith
- Interiors: Graniti Vicentia Hospitality
- Location: 1610 Church Street
- Capacity: 159 Rooms
- Status: Under Construction: DF Chase
Level 1 consists of a covered entrance with a proposed water feature and landscape planters. From the vestibule, the main lobby features a custom mosaic wall and kinetic ceiling fixture. The lobby opens to a food & beverage concept with a floating bar as well as an open lounge area with a fireplace feature. There is a separate lounge area with a pool table in the main lobby as well as a fitness center & boardroom on the level above.
Levels 2-8 includes a mix of single and double rooms as well as corner suites. All guest rooms have a modern finish with contemporary furnishings and fixtures. The corner suites feature a wet bar, separate sitting area and large windows with views along Church Street.
The roof top consists of two primary functions. There is a 2,200 SF conference center located to the north of the roof-top level. The conference room features a pre-function area and two conference rooms. Located to the South of the rooftop level is a 2,700 SF food & beverage concept. It features a variety of indoor seating configurations situated throughout the space. Additionally, there’s a 2,100 SF rooftop patio that mimics the mix of seating options from the interior and features a stone garden.
Here’s a look at the latest construction progress at Cambria Hotel Midtown.
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