Bode Nashville Opens
New residential-style brand's first-ever hotel designed by DAAD
Another week, another brand launched. This one comes from real estate entrepreneur Philip Bates, and it’s billed as a flexible residential stay experience.
The new brand, Bode, will offer guests the opportunity to choose from two- to four-bedroom units with a living room, kitchen, a patio and a backyard. Single rooms complemented by shared spaces are also available.
Each property’s design will be inspired by the location. Public spaces will include a café, market and lounge. Additionally, each Bode has its own customized hangouts, from workspaces to fire pits, stages or tailgates.
The first Bode property opens this month in Nashville, Tennessee, about a year and a half after a group of Nashville investors led by real estate broker Rob Lowe purchased the nearly two-acre site south of downtown for about $18 million, according to the Nashville Tennessean. There were 40 condo units in the 1986-built structure before it was renovated a local design team, including architecture firm DAAD, lighting design company Southern Lights Electric, leather goods company Emil Erwin and custom furniture maker Kings Interiors, the Tennessean reports.
A second location in Chattanooga, Tennessee, follows in March. The flag also plans to expand to California, with three properties on tap in Palm Springs, Indian Wells and Orange County.
Photo of Nashville guestroom: Courtesy of Bode