The construction company responsible for the controversial project that replaced the historic Four Seasons Hotel with a $1.8 billion luxury apartment complex is looking to demolish the structure as part of a $100 million project to build more luxury housing in Nashville.
The Nashville Metropolitan Housing Authority is seeking public comment on whether the project should be allowed to proceed.
The authority is seeking comments on a proposal to demolishing the Four Seasons hotel and the Four Corners development in Downtown Nashville.
Construction company Daniels Construction Corp. has been working to redevelop the Four Corner Hotel since 2013.
The project included the renovation of the Four Corner Hotel in 2014.
The building is currently located at 1002 W. Main St. The new project is expected to begin in 2020.
Construction for the Four Quarter project was originally supposed to begin this year but was delayed until 2017.
Construction on the new project will begin next year.
The developer of the hotel is based in Nashville, Tenn.
It is owned by The Nashville Hotel Group.