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Strategic Hospitality to Operate Restaurant Component of Planned Printers Alley Hotel

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New details are out today regarding the planned boutique hotel headed for Printers Alley, with the major reveal being that prominent local restaurant group Strategic Hospitality will be heading up the food and beverage services at the property. According to The Tennessean, the 160-room hotel will take up four buildings in the historic district, with three already purchased and a fourth currently under contract. Strategic, which is owned and operated by Ben and Max Goldberg, counts The Patterson House, The Catbird Seat and Pinewood Social among their holdings. Earlier this month The Tennessean mentioned in a piece about the planned hotel that The Ace Hotel had given the site a look some time ago. Now in today's news it's revealed that the hotel brand, to be revealed at a later date, has been secured, and that it has locations in New York City, Palm Springs and Los Angeles, among others. Ace Hotel fits this bill, operating properties in all three. It's also known that the hotel's social component was a key inspiration for Pinewood Social. Heard anything? Do send it on to the tipline.
· Key Details Emerge on Printers Alley Hotel Project [The Tennessean]
· The Ace Hotel [Official Site]
· Strategic Hospitality Group [-ENSH-]

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