November 19, 2019
Press Releases & News

Clark/Bell Team Tops Out Grand Hyatt Nashville

NASHVILLE, TN – On November 15, Clark and joint venture partner Bell & Associates Construction joined Southwest Value Partners and members of the Nashville community to celebrate the topping out of Grand Hyatt Nashville – the first project to come to life within the 17-acre Nashville Yards development.

Slated to open in fall 2020, the 25-story Grand Hyatt Nashville will offer 591 guest rooms, a signature restaurant, multiple bars, a rooftop lounge, a pool deck overlooking downtown, a Grand Club Lounge, and world-class spa. It will also feature 77,000 square feet of state-of-the-art event and pre-function space, including a 20,000 square-foot Grand Ballroom.

“This is a momentous occasion for the entire Nashville Yards team, and it’s particularly special for the workers from Clark Construction and Bell & Associates who have dedicated countless hours to this project,” said Cary Mack, co-managing partner of Southwest Value Partners, the owner and developer of Nashville Yards. “We’re tremendously grateful for the men and women who have worked day-in and day-out to turn our vision for a truly exceptional, luxury hotel in the heart of downtown Nashville into a reality.”

“Clark has been building in Nashville for a decade and is honored to have the opportunity to continue to shape the city skyline with this extraordinary project,” said Tim Lamson, vice president at Clark responsible for leading  the company’s operations in Nashville. “We are honored to work alongside Southwest Value Partners, Bell & Associates, and our amazing trade partners, to deliver the Grand Hyatt hotel, the first component of what is truly a landmark development for this city. We look forward to finishing the project safely and delivering this world-class hotel that will serve the Music City for decades to come.”

The Grand Hyatt Nashville is part of the first parcel of Nashville Yards, a multi-phase, 17-acre mixed-use development project that will feature office, retail, residential and entertainment space. 

Grand Hyatt Nashville adds to Clark Construction’s growing portfolio of work in the Music City, which also includes the 2.1 million square-foot Music City Center and the Engineering and Science Building at Vanderbilt University.