Ketchum Idaho’s planning and Zoning met Tuesday to consider a proposal to add a new four-star hotel to the main gateway to the resort town. The Ketchum Marriott Tribute would sit at the corner of River St. and Main St., to the south of the Limelight Hotel and contain 92 guestrooms, a rooftop bar, a restaurant and conference and meeting space. The hotel is being designed by Justin Heppler of AJC Architects and developed by PEG Companies.  
 
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Under proposed plans an industrial site in the Derby City’s Old Louisville neighborhood would be repurposed to include apartments, a hotel and a grocery store, and other uses. Developer Vintage South Development, filed an application with Louisville Kentucky Metro Planning and Design Services to convert 32 acres at West Ormsby and West Magnolia avenues at the former Voght Machine Co. property into a mixed-use development. The address for the plan is 1000 W. Ormsby Ave and calls for 492 residential units, including a 552,000-square foot apartment building, a restaurant and retail space, a seven-story, 87-room hotel, a pool bar and lounge, multiple ballrooms, a brewery/distillery, a children’s museum and library, an entertainment venue, an office and museum building, a food-and-beverage complex, a grocery store and additional office and retail space. Vintage South Development founder is Nathan Lyons.
 
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Dodson Development, CEO Duke Dodson is planning a $25 million-plus, four-phase project that includes building new town homes and waterfront condos, renovating existing office and retail buildings, and constructing a boutique beachfront hotel along the Potomac River in Colonial Beach Virginia. Construction on the first two phases should start in about six months, and parts of those projects would be ready in late 2021. Work on the last phase, a 60- to 90-room hotel — would start about 18 months and be ready in 2024. The boutique hotel is located at Wilder Avenue and Beach Terrace with a panoramic view of the Potomac. The company is still working out details for the hotel, including the size and an operator.
 
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A Mandarin Oriental resort has begun construction in the Beach Bay area of Bodden Town Grand Caymen in the Caymen Islands. Work on the two, nine-story buildings, which will comprise the resort and residences, will be completed in the middle of 2022. Architect’s rendering show a tiered, multi-level building surrounded by a lagoon-style swimming pool and dotted with beachfront cottages and restaurants.  Spencer Levine of RAL Development Services, is partnering with Ryan Melkonian to build the project.
 
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Developer 1040 Dewey LLC managed by Kyong Baek and Jai Baek are proposing to build a 6-story hotel at 956-962 Menlo Ave located in the Koreatown area in Los Angeles California. The planned hotel calls for a 96 guestroom hotel to be built on the southeast corner of Koreatown. 1040 Dewey LLC acquired the two small residential properties for $4.5 million in June 2018 and June 2019. The developers plan to break group in mid 2021.
 
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Developers have closed on a Mary Avenue property where they plan to build a 182-room AC Hotel by Marriott with a conference center and public parking garage in downtown Waco, Texas. Paul Barham of SRH Hospitality plans to start early next year building the conference hotel at Sixth Street and Mary Avenue, just across the railroad from Magnolia Market and a few blocks from two other planned Mary Avenue hotels. Developers are expecting to put $60 million into the project, which is envisioned as part of a plan to make Mary Avenue a key street for entertainment and leisure in downtown. The hotel will front on Mary with a glass façade, a roof terrace and sidewalk café. The project would be completed in late 2022 or early 2023. Two other hotels approved along Mary Avenue include The 175-unit Embassy Suites at Third Street would have 308 parking spaces, including 141 for the public and a 110-unit Hyatt Place at Mary and Fourth Street would have 180 parking spaces, including 66 public spaces.
 
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A $400 million mixed use development plans to break ground in Dilworth North Carolina.  Developer The Fallon Company has unveiled plans for the mixed-use development on a 16.7-acre site on the edge of Dilworth, where Strawn Cottages once stood. Called Centre South, will include affordable housing, retail, a hotel, and office space.  The 1.4 million square-foot development will have 750 residential units, with plenty of public green space.  The project’s first phase will include housing and a 310,000 square-foot office building.  Construction will begin in 2021.  Foundry Commercial is handling the development’s commercial leasing.  Michael Fallon is president of The Fallon Company.  For more information on this and other upcoming hotel construction and renovation projects in the planning, design, pre-construction and construction phase including who is involved and their contact information and Preferred Vendor Directory please visit: HotelProjectLeads.com and subscribe today.

 


 
A beachfront $1.2 billion casino resort hotel and entertainment complex is planned to be built on the Gulf Coast in Biloxi Mississippi at the Broadwater Hotel site. The UMUSIC casino resort will start construction in 2021 and be completed in 2023. The project is a joint venture between Universal Music Group and Dakia U-Ventures LLC whose chairman is Robert Lavia.  The project centers on entertainment and will be integrated with music, sports, theater and other elements. The casino is a key component of the resort but the company does not have a casino partner yet. The new development is the first of three hotels being built by Universal’s UMUSIC brand. Pyramid Hotel Group will manage the hotel.  
 
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A 151 guestroom Element Hotel at UC Davis is planned at 2200 Stockton Blvd in Sacramento California. Part of the former Coca-Cola bottling plant that was built in 1936 would become part of the new hotel and be converted into 30 guestrooms and the hotel’s public areas, meeting rooms, bar, restaurant and fitness center. The new 5 story structure will connect to the west end of the original structure and contain the remaining guestrooms. Developer Dan Lee of Leeland Enterprises is proposing the project. The hotel is being design by Stanton Architecture.  
 
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Hotel developer MB Hotel Partners, LLC has proposed to build a 162-room hotel with full alcohol service and a separate retail and office building at 600 South Sepulveda Boulevard in Manhattan Beach California. The site is a 65,419 square-foot lot with street frontage along Sepulveda Boulevard, Tennyson Street and Chabela Drive. The existing El Torito restaurant would be demolished. The hotel is set to be 81,755 square feet and the retail and office building will offer 16,348 square-feet. The entire project will include 158 parking spaces. The proposed hotel would be four stories with limited amenities for guests, including a small fitness center, business center, and meeting room. The project is in the planning phase.
 
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