UNION STATION HOTEL NASHVILLE CELEBRATES REDESIGN WITH OPEN HOUSE EVENT ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9
Following a three-month transformation, Union Station Hotel invites the community to gather for “History Transformed, Welcome Back to Union Station,” to include refreshments, music, and property tours from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Union Station Hotel Nashville, in partnership with Historic Nashville Inc., will host “History Transformed, Welcome Back to Union Station,” a community open house and celebration to mark the completion of the hotel’s property-wide redesign.
The celebration will feature tours of the property, brunch bites and beverages from Union Station’s new bar and restaurant Carter’s, a silent auction and more.
Historic Nashville, Metro Nashville Historic Commission and the Tennessee Historical Commission, three entities dedicated to historic preservation and instrumental in the preservation of Union Station, will also be on hand.
There is no cost to attend the open house and the public is invited.
“History Transformed, Welcome Back to Union Station”
Sunday, October 9
12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Union Station Hotel
Nashville, TN 37203
ABOUT UNION STATION HOTEL NASHVILLE
Originally opened as a train station in 1900, the historic landmark hotel is currently undergoing an extensive transformation and restoration, schedule to be completed in October 2016. Located in the heart of Music City, just steps from the city’s Honky Tonks, Music Row and other famous attractions, the Union Station Nashville Hotel offers 125 guest rooms, 11,000 square feet of meeting and event space and distinctive Southern hospitality and spirit. To learn more about the Union Station Nashville Hotel, please visit www.unionstationnashvillehotel.com.
ABOUT HISTORIC NASHVILLE, INC.
Established in 1968 and renamed in 1975, Historic Nashville, Inc. (HNI) is a nonprofit 501©3 membership organization with the mission to promote and preserve the historic places that make Nashville unique. Over the years, HNI has successfully advocated for the preservation of such historic places like Ryman Auditorium, Union Station, Hermitage Hotel, 2nd Avenue and Lower Broadway and Shelby Street Bridge, as well as neighborhood historic districts throughout the city.
In 1982, HNI established the state’s first Preservation Easement program and currently owns easements on 16 historic landmarks with a market value of over $50 million. HNI hosts an annual membership meeting, publishes an annual report, maintains a website, hosts educational programs such as behind-the-scenes tours and the annual Nashville Nine list of the city’s most endangered historic places. For more information, visit HNI’s website, connect with them on Facebook, Instagram or follow them on Twitter.