Union Station Hotel
Originally built as Nashville’s main train station in 1900, the Union Station Hotel was transformed into a boutique hotel in 1979. Bulley & Andrews transformed the hotel once more, as the team renovated the historic hotel’s public spaces.
The public space renovation included new offices, a fitness center and the remodeling of the existing meeting rooms, retail ares and the hotel bar. As an iconic focal point not only for the hotel, but for the city of Nashville, the hotel lobby was also renovated, keeping in-line with the original design. Part of which included adding three 1,000-pound chandeliers, replicating the chandeliers that were in the space originally.