Historic Central Hotel

Sevierville, Tennessee

The Central Hotel, originally built in the late 1800s on the public square in Sevierville, Tennessee, has been transformed into a boutique hotel.

The original frame building burned in 1923 and was rebuilt in 1938. Today, the renovated Central Hotel echoes the rich history of Sevier County. President Roosevelt stayed at the hotel on his trip to dedicate the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and in 1968 the Sevier County Bank purchased the hotel and installed a vault that remains in the building on the main level.
JAI worked with the property owner to achieve his vision of converting an existing two-story bank into a four-story loft and restaurant location and with the engineers for an innovative renovation to also add a panoramic rooftop gathering space.

The first floor will be occupied by a new downtown restaurant, and the remaining spaces have been developed as a boutique hotel. The project brings the first boutique-style hotel to downtown Sevierville.

PROJECT DETAILS

The Central Hotel, originally built in the late 1800s on the public square in Sevierville, Tennessee, has been transformed into a boutique hotel.

The original frame building burned in 1923 and was rebuilt in 1938. Today, the renovated Central Hotel echoes the rich history of Sevier County. President Roosevelt stayed at the hotel on his trip to dedicate the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and in 1968 the Sevier County Bank purchased the hotel and installed a vault that remains in the building on the main level.
JAI worked with the property owner to achieve his vision of converting an existing two-story bank into a four-story loft and restaurant location and with the engineers for an innovative renovation to also add a panoramic rooftop gathering space.

The first floor will be occupied by a new downtown restaurant, and the remaining spaces have been developed as a boutique hotel. The project brings the first boutique-style hotel to downtown Sevierville.





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Historic Central Hotel

Sevierville, Tennessee

Client

MS Properties

Size

36000

Completion

2020

Cost

Services Provided

Architectural Design
Key Personnel

daryl-johnson-aia-ncarb,jimmy-ryan-ncarb,kelley-ogilvie-hicks-aia-ncar

Awards

Address(es)

101 Main St.,Sevierville,Tennessee,37862
Rooms

Housing Units

Seats

Consultant(s)

Civil
Fulghum MacIndoe & Associates, Inc.
M, P, FP
Engineering Services Group, Inc.
Electrical
Engineering Services Group, Inc.

Reference(s)

Michael Johnson,
865-654-6199, [email protected], MS Properties, , , ,
Historic Central Hotel

Sevierville, Tennessee

The Central Hotel, originally built in the late 1800s on the public square in Sevierville, Tennessee, has been transformed into a boutique hotel.

The original frame building burned in 1923 and was rebuilt in 1938. Today, the renovated Central Hotel echoes the rich history of Sevier County. President Roosevelt stayed at the hotel on his trip to dedicate the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and in 1968 the Sevier County Bank purchased the hotel and installed a vault that remains in the building on the main level.
JAI worked with the property owner to achieve his vision of converting an existing two-story bank into a four-story loft and restaurant location and with the engineers for an innovative renovation to also add a panoramic rooftop gathering space.

The first floor will be occupied by a new downtown restaurant, and the remaining spaces have been developed as a boutique hotel. The project brings the first boutique-style hotel to downtown Sevierville.

PROJECT DETAILS

The Central Hotel, originally built in the late 1800s on the public square in Sevierville, Tennessee, has been transformed into a boutique hotel.

The original frame building burned in 1923 and was rebuilt in 1938. Today, the renovated Central Hotel echoes the rich history of Sevier County. President Roosevelt stayed at the hotel on his trip to dedicate the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and in 1968 the Sevier County Bank purchased the hotel and installed a vault that remains in the building on the main level.
JAI worked with the property owner to achieve his vision of converting an existing two-story bank into a four-story loft and restaurant location and with the engineers for an innovative renovation to also add a panoramic rooftop gathering space.

The first floor will be occupied by a new downtown restaurant, and the remaining spaces have been developed as a boutique hotel. The project brings the first boutique-style hotel to downtown Sevierville.





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