Every stay at this colorful converted church helps Nashville’s homeless community with free housing, showers, and meals.
Separated from downtown by the Cumberland River, artsy East Nashville is one of the city’s most animated neighborhoods, packed with restaurants, bars, and vintage shops. When converting the former Edgefield Cumberland Presbyterian Church into the Russell, a newly opened 23-room hotel, local firm Powell Architecture + Building Studio was eager to layer an impressive architectural heritage with East Nashville’s eccentric personality.
See the full story on Dwell.com: A Quirky Boutique Hotel Takes Over a Presbyterian Church in East Nashville
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