Nashville, Tenn., May 2, 2019 – The Historic Geddes Firehouse, located at 623-627 2nd Avenue South in Nashville, sold on April 23rd, 2019 for $2,625,000. Known as the James Geddes Engine Company No. 6, the Victorian 19th century fire hall is a landmark in the heart of the thriving Rutledge Hill / Rolling Mill District. This 4,376-square-foot, 2-story historic structure was built in 1886 during a time when horse drawn vehicles were used and is Nashville’s only remaining fire hall built of this style. The firehouse, occupied by the fire department from 1887-1967, has much of its original architectural features, both inside and out, including concrete block floors, exposed brick walls, large wooden doors, and a circular tower housing a fully functional fireman’s pole. This one-of-a-kind property is uniquely located on a primary thoroughfare into the downtown entertainment district and advantageously placed to accommodate future expansion for a variety of commercial and hospitality uses.
L&L Nashville, LLC purchased the property from long-time owner and occupier Larry Roberts, a local attorney in Nashville. Plans are to redevelop the site into a boutique hotel. A representative of L&L Nashville stated “We will preserve the historic building and use it to inform the design of the redevelopment, which will be a luxury boutique hotel powered by new technology.”
Vickie Saito and Tom Davis of Colliers International | Nashville brokered this transaction. Saito commented “We are extremely pleased to see that this property is being purchased and repurposed by a group who has management and hospitality experience, and who has great vision for blending modern technology with the unique charm of such an important structure in Nashville’s history.”
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