130-room Moxy hotel now open in Hillsboro Village

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Moxy Nashville Vanderbilt at Hillsboro Village, located at 1911 Belcourt Ave., Nashville, is the first hotel to open in the neighborhood. (Courtesy Moxy Hotels)

Moxy Nashville Vanderbilt at Hillsboro Village, located at 1911 Belcourt Ave., Nashville, is the first hotel to open in the neighborhood. (Courtesy Moxy Hotels)

Moxy Nashville Vanderbilt at Hillsboro Village opened Jan. 7 at 1911 Belcourt Ave., Nashville, according to a press release. The six-story boutique hotel, operated by property management company Summit Management Corporation, is the first hotel to open in Hillsboro Village and offers 130 rooms. Moxy Nashville Vanderbilt also features a bar, a fitness center and more than 2,000 square feet of meeting space.

“We hope that bringing the first hotel to Hillsboro Village will draw more locals and visitors to the area,” Summit Management Corporation President Greg Averbuch said in the release. “We aim to be an anchor in the village by providing new residences, exciting, international-concept hotel rooms plus additional, locally-owned retail partners, adding to the eclectic group of businesses that increase this vibrant neighborhood’s walkability.”


Nashville residents are welcome to attend programming at the hotel, including trivia on Monday nights, goat yoga, paint-and-sip classes, Puppies and Pilates classes in partnership with the Nashville Humane Association and more, according to the release.

In addition to the hotel, the mixed-use building also includes a 200-car garage, ground floor retail space and 47 residential spaces at The 1901 on Belcourt. Retail tenants have not yet been announced. 615-385-1911. www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bnaov-moxy-nashville-vanderbilt-at-hillsboro-village


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