The team behind the 10-story Hampton Inn & Suites hotel project underway in Capitol View has released a new image of the building and applied for a key permit related to the effort.

Franklin-based Chartwell Hospitality is undertaking the hotel project (pictured) with Columbus, Ohio-based investment firm Rockbridge. Chartwell developed the SoBro-based Hilton Garden Inn located at Third Avenue South and Korean Veterans Boulevard.

Preliminary site work of the Hampton (click on the above image to see the previous rendering) began in late 2017, with an opening expected in the summer of 2019.

Memphis-based Bounds & Gillespie Architects is the architect.

The aforementioned permit is for water and sewer work.

Boyle Investment Co. is overseeing the overall development of Capitol View.

The 169-room hotel building will be located at the southeast corner of the intersection of 11th Avenue and LifeWay Plaza and will share Block E of the Capitol View site with Boyle’s under-construction multi-tenant 10-story office building that will house HealthStream’s new corporate headquarters when it opens in early 2019.

Midtown project moves forward with permit application, looming release of rendering

The development company seeking a mixed-use building in Midtown has applied for a grading permit.

In addition, Chicago-based Akara Partners told the Post Friday it expects to soon release an image for the tower, which will rise on a three-parcel site located at the southeast corner of the T-intersection of Division Street and 19th Avenue South. 

To have an address of 1815 Division St. and with a working name of Kenect Nashville, the 20-story building is expected to include 420 residential units and about 24,000 square feet of ground-level retail space.

Akara has not announced its architect. The company worked with Chicago-based Pappageorge Haymes Architects for its Kenect high-rise in Chicago, which was completed in late 2016. Of note, Pappageorge Haymes Architects also is participating on mixed-used project Fifth + Broadway, now underway in downtown.

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