Chattanooga, TN (June 28, 2018) –The Edwin, an unrivaled, design-driven boutique property slated to open in the heart of Chattanooga’s downtown arts district in late summer 2018, has appointed Greg Bradley as general manager. A senior hospitality professional with more than 15 years of experience working with celebrated properties spanning the Southern United States, Bradley will be responsible for all operations at the city’s newest property.

“Greg’s unmatched experience at various luxury hotels paired with his deep knowledge of the region will shepherd The Edwin through a successful launch,” said Vision Hospitality Group President & CEO Mitch Patel. “We are delighted to welcome such an engaging leader to the team, spearheading the property’s daily operations through his passion and innovation for the hospitality industry.”

Bradley has spent the majority of his career at award-winning resorts including Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, where he served as the Executive Assistant Manager, and The Cloister at Sea Island Resort in Georgia, working as the Director of Rooms. Bradley has also held positions at Loews New Orleans, The Greenbrier, a national historic landmark hotel located in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, and The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island, where he was recognized as the Manager of the Year and was part of the team that earned the first AAA Five-Diamond and Forbes Five-Star awards in Charleston, South Carolina. Bradley has been responsible for curating leading luxury experiences, earning the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award at four different properties across the United States during his tenure in the hospitality industry.

Bradley earned his undergraduate degree at Florida State University and his MBA at the University of Florida’s Hough Graduate School of Business.

The Edwin, managed by Vision Hospitality Group, is located just steps from the historic Walnut Street Bridge, and is Chattanooga’s first luxury boutique hotel located at 102 Walnut Street. For more information, visit