LCP Group, SEDCO Capital acquire Nashville Hampton Inn

Hampton Inn Nashville

The LCP Group, a private real estate investment firm specializing in acquiring, syndicating and overseeing hotels throughout the U.S., and SEDCO Capital, a global ESG asset manager offering services in real estate, private equity, public equity, agriculture, timber and commodities, acquired the Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Nashville.

The six-story, 154-room property is located in the SoBro (South of Broadway) area of downtown Nashville and has over 2,224 square feet of event space, as well as Executive boardrooms equipped with business amenities, a business center and fitness center.

The property is located in Nashville's downtown, and is only eight miles from the Nashville International Airport, two miles from Vanderbilt University and one block from the Music City Center, the 1.2-million-square-foot convention center.

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The property will be managed by Crescent Hotels & Resorts.

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