Courtyard Hotel is now open in south Mt. Juliet's Providence Station and will bring the city's largest hotel event space, along with 96 rooms, innovative lobby space and an on-site restaurant with a Starbucks.
"We are beyond excited to see the hotel open up this month as the Providence Station development continues to take shape in becoming a truly great mixed-use project for Mt. Juliet," said Will Tyner, Commercial Realty Services (CTS) development partner.
Courtyard is a Marriott franchise and owned by Providence Hospitality LLC and managed by Sigma Management LLC out of Nashville. They began accepting reservation on Oct. 2, and there's a grand opening celebration scheduled for Nov. 17.
"We are thrilled to have opened our brand new hotel in Wilson County, offering upscale service and facilities to both business and leisure travelers," said Shelly Cieslak, Courtyard Nashville Mt. Juliet general manager. "Guests will love our on-site restaurant with full bar and Starbucks, as well as our gorgeous outdoor courtyard oasis, complete with waterfalls and a fire pit. Our expansive ballroom is the largest hotel event space in the county, and it is perfect for social and corporate events. We are looking forward to partnering with Providence Station to provide a wide variety of services and amenities to local residents and out-of-town guests."
Providence Station is designed with a focus on the fusion of urban design with suburban development, said Tyner. Modern architecture, lighting, and other elements, along with a focus on using greater density and mixed uses to bring increased energy and activity to the development.
CRS has started construction on the 45,000-square-foot "station" project that will incorporate two "mixed used" buildings which feature office suites on the second floors, with retail and restaurant spaces on the first. As previously announced, Bank of Tennessee, Three Dog Bakery and Burger Republic will be the tenants of the first building that will be completed this year.
"We have always envisioned Providence Station as a unique development that would create an exciting mixed-use environment that would attract people and we are well on our way to achieving that goal," said Ken Powers, CRS president.
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