Mint House Nashville's 'n o t e' Luxury Boutique HospitalityMint House Nashville's 'n o t e' Luxury Boutique Hospitality

Mint House Nashville’s ‘n o t e’ Luxury Boutique Hotel

After more than three years of thoughtful restoration and redesign, Mint House Nashville has transformed the 122-year-old building at 421 Union Street in Nashville into a new, luxury loft suite boutique hotel called ‘n o t e.’ The announcement was made on November 8th by Nashville’s Mayor Freddie O’Connell and members of the Metro Council in a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by other city officials.

This marks the first boutique hospitality property in Mint House Nashville House Hospitality brand. A leading provider of tech-enabled, premium apartment-style living across the United States, Mint House, in partnership with historic preservation, will operate the hotel in the heart of Nashville’s Arts District.

Mint House Nashville’s Preservation Partnerships

Partners in historic preservation for Mint House Nashville include Sound Health Care owner RJ Stillwell, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Jason Mraz, contractor Andrew Ashleman, and Patrick Puckett. Stillwell, a seasoned music industry professional (musician, publisher, and producer), not only offers health advocacy and insurance guidance for artists but also provides financial project planning services.

 His clients include Grammy, CMA, ACM, IBMA, and American Music Award-winning artists within the Nashville music industry. In 2017, Stillwell created the first comprehensive, fully insured group health insurance plan with favorable benefits for Nashville’s musicians and artists, accessible through AFM Local 257.

Mint House Nashville: Boutique Luxury at 421 Union

The unveiling ceremony highlights the 421 Union property as the fifth Mint House property, including under-development assets. It represents an extraordinary, high-end boutique guest experience for Mint House Nashville, catering to both residents and travelers seeking a place where they can experience Nashville in an authentic way.

Nashville's New High-End Boutique
Nashville’s New High-End Boutique

Built in 1901, the building at 421 Union Street offers five expansive, high-ceilinged units, including mostly 20-foot high lofts with multiple floors of living spaces, mezzanines, tall and wide historic windows, private rooftop terraces, and flexible layouts for unit configurations. Each residential-style unit at Mint House Nashville is equipped with a fully stocked butler’s pantry for dining, multiple bedrooms, and a cozy lounge and work space designed for comfortable, upscale living and equal functionality for business meetings and hosting.

Like all Mint House properties, technology integration for convenience (such as the ability to store before check-in) is designed in collaboration with Design Forward Furnishings so that the space at Mint House Nashville feels more like a home than a hotel.

Mint House Nashville’s Pinnacle of Luxury Living

Premium, high-end apartment-style hospitality at Mint House Nashville will be best defined by the Mint House team through ‘n o t e’ Premium, and the Senior VP of Mint House Development, Elizabeth Herzberg Morse, says that two- and four-bedroom units are ideal for recreational or business groups, families, and individuals looking for a large luxury residence in Nashville.

This location is in close proximity to Printer’s Alley, the Ryman Auditorium, the Country Music Hall of Fame, the National Museum of African American Music, Lower Broadway, and the dynamic mixed-use Nightlife District and burgeoning music and restaurant scene.

Mint House Nashville’s 421 Union Transformation

The 421 Union Street building was originally the home of Liberty Bank and Trust and the National Life and Accident Insurance Company (also known as “The National”), which built the WSM Radio and Grand Ole Opry, has been transformed as part of the Mint House Nashville project. As part of the restoration and a new vision, historical restoration has worked to create living spaces where historical elements, modernity, state-of-the-art facilities, and technology coexist seamlessly.

Conclusion

Mint House Nashville’s ‘n o t e’ exchange  hostel, unveiled after three times of restoration, is the brand’s first in the megacity. The major 421 Union Street structure,  formerly home to Liberty Bank and Trust, has been converted into a luxury retreat seamlessly blending history and fustiness. With high- ceilinged cocklofts and  propinquity to iconic  milestones, it caters to both residents and trippers seeking an authentic and luxurious stay.

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