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Founded by contemporary art collectors and entrepreneurs Laura Lee Brown and Steve Wilson, 21c Museum Hotels is committed to bringing works of art to the public through innovative exhibitions and programs while offering genuine hospitality to each of its guests. Following the success of its flagship property in the founders’ hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, the 21c Team is looking at opportunities to contribute to the cultural life and revitalization of urban neighborhoods across the country.

Under Construction

Nashville, Tennessee

21c Museum Hotels has turned its sights on Music City with plans to develop downtown’s historic 222 Building, located at 222 North Third Avenue. The 1890s era building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, adding to the 21c portfolio of projects that bring revitalization through contemporary art to the downtown core. Learn more…

Kansas City, Missouri
21c Museum Hotels is bringing new life to Kansas City’s historic Savoy Hotel and Grill, located at 219 West Main Street, with plans for renovation and rehabilitation of the 125-year-old building. 21c looks forward to creating The 120-room project will preserve the building’s historic features while creating a new space for visitors and members of the community to experience hospitality, view contemporary art and participate in cultural programming. Learn more…

Under Development

Indianapolis, Indiana

21c Museum Hotels is eyeing Indiana, with plans to redevelop Old City Hall in downtown Indianapolis following the approval of city and other financing incentives. The project will include the rehabilitation of Old City Hall and the construction of a new addition on the adjacent parcel into a 21c Museum Hotel and unique tenant space. 21c welcomes the opportunity to re-energize this iconic building, creating a vibrant public space and supporting the revitalization efforts underway in the Market East district.


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“An innovative concept with strong execution and prompt and enthusiastic service.”
– Pableaux Johnson, New York Times

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