The Bristol Hotel
THE BRISTOL HOTEL TEAM WEAVERCOOKE put together a team of experienced professionals familiar with the ins and outs of the hospitality industry for The Bristol Hotel, which was completed as a joint venture with J.A. Street.
OVERVIEW Originally built in 1925, the Reynolds Arcade Building was intended to be used as a hotel, but changed course in the middle of construction, instead becoming an office space for local businesses. Due to tenant losses, it became vacant and stayed that way for years when city officials began calling its repurposing a key element to revitalizing downtown Bristol, VA. McCall Capital purchased the building and began renovations to turn the vacant office space into the hotel it was originally designed to be. The project was partially funded through Historic Tax Credits, which incorporated a rigorous set of renovation guidelines to keep Bristol Hotel on the National Register of Historic Places. This project was completed as a joint venture between WEAVERCOOKE and JA Street and Associates. The hotel now offers 65 luxurious rooms, a full-service restaurant, a rooftop bar and event space, thanks in part to an in-fill addition that was included to make room for these great amenities.
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THE BRISTOL HOTEL
Overview of Bristol Hotel project Bristol Hotel interior
IMPACT The Town of Bristol, located on the border of Tennessee and Virginia, is a hidden gem in the Blue Ridge Mountains. It is known as the birthplace of country music because of the 1927 Bristol Sessions, and it has an annual Rhythm and Roots Festival that brings thousands of visitors every year to the area. Before The Bristol Hotel opened, there were no boutique hotels in downtown Bristol. Since opening in late 2018, the hotel has seen enormous success. Its grand opening was held in conjunction with the annual Rhythm and Roots Festival, easily selling out every room. It has since won many awards, including the Top Ten Hotels by USA Today and was ranked as the 4th Best Hotel in the United States and ranked 53rd Best Hotel in the World by Travel and Leisure. Its rooftop bar was also named the Most Beautifully Designed Bar in Virginia by Architectural Digest.
Britol Hotel interior Impact of Bristol Hotel project
Les Titcher Superintendent
J.A. Street Joint Venture Partner
Kyle Myers
Kyle Myers Project Manager
Dan Troutman
Dan Troutman Preconstruction
Chris Bauer
Chris Bauer Superintendent
Tom Hooten
Tom Hooten Assistant Superintendent
The Bristol Hotel
THE BRISTOL HOTEL TEAM WEAVERCOOKE put together a team of experienced professionals familiar with the ins and outs of the hospitality industry for The Bristol Hotel, which was completed as a joint venture with J.A. Street.
OVERVIEW Originally built in 1925, the Reynolds Arcade Building was intended to be used as a hotel, but changed course in the middle of construction, instead becoming an office space for local businesses. Due to tenant losses, it became vacant and stayed that way for years when city officials began calling its repurposing a key element to revitalizing downtown Bristol, VA. McCall Capital purchased the building and began renovations to turn the vacant office space into the hotel it was originally designed to be. The project was partially funded through Historic Tax Credits, which incorporated a rigorous set of renovation guidelines to keep Bristol Hotel on the National Register of Historic Places. This project was completed as a joint venture between WEAVERCOOKE and JA Street and Associates. The hotel now offers 65 luxurious rooms, a full- service restaurant, a rooftop bar and event space, thanks in part to an in-fill addition that was included to make room for these great amenities.
Overview of Bristol Hotel project Bristol Hotel interior
IMPACT The Town of Bristol, located on the border of Tennessee and Virginia, is a hidden gem in the Blue Ridge Mountains. It is known as the birthplace of country music because of the 1927 Bristol Sessions, and it has an annual Rhythm and Roots Festival that brings thousands of visitors every year to the area. Before The Bristol Hotel opened, there were no boutique hotels in downtown Bristol. Since opening in late 2018, the hotel has seen enormous success. Its grand opening was held in conjunction with the annual Rhythm and Roots Festival, easily selling out every room. It has since won many awards, including the Top Ten Hotels by USA Today and was ranked as the 4th Best Hotel in the United States and ranked 53rd Best Hotel in the World by Travel and Leisure. Its rooftop bar was also named the Most Beautifully Designed Bar in Virginia by Architectural Digest.
Britol Hotel interior Impact of Bristol Hotel project
Les Titcher Superintendent
J.A. Street Joint Venture Partner
THE BRISTOL HOTEL
Kyle Myers
Kyle Myers Project Manager
Dan Troutman
Dan Troutman Preconstruction
Chris Bauer
Chris Bauer Superintendent
Tom Hooten
Tom Hooten Assistant Superintendent