Thoroughbred race track Churchill Downs in Louisville Kentucky is restarting plans to build a $300 million hotel and gaming facility. The project was put on pause in 2020 due to the COVID pandemic, but will re-start in the first quarter beginning with $15 million for infrastructure work. The project will include a 156 guestroom hotel, 27,000 square foot ballroom, meeting space, observation deck, 900 machine gaming floor, sports bar, VIP lounge and multiple dining venues. Bill Carstanjen is CEO of Churchhill Downs.
 
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The Boca Raton Florida Planning and Zoning Board will review an application to allow for hotel development at the Boca Lago Country Club. Boca Holdings LLC, owner of the golf course and country club, filed an application to expand the zoning of the property at 8665 Juego Way for a hotel to be built there. Boca Lago Country Club owner Steven Danza filed the application along with Linday Libes of WGI Design Firm. Developers say in the application that multifamily housing primarily surrounds the golf course and country club. This type of residential development limits the capacity to accommodate guests. A hotel, would house those guests. The future hotel would also include retail, food and beverage options. The Boca Lago community includes 1,828 residential units, a 61,600-square-foot clubhouse facility and a 210-acre golf course. The country club encompasses 547 acres of land.
 
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Plans for a new 227-room hotel in the Corktown neighborhood of Detroit Michigan are moving forward. The proposed seven-story, $74-million Godfrey Hotel would be built at 1401 Michigan Ave., pending the demolition of a vacant building. The project is a joint venture by Oxford Capital Group and Hunter Pasteur Homes, and received approval Tuesday from the Michigan Strategic Fund to round out its future $5.1-million state- and local-level brownfield tax capture at the site as a development incentive. Once built, it would be the fifth Godfrey Hotel in the country, including locations in Chicago, Boston and Tampa, Florida. The hotel would contain a restaurant, a bar, a ballroom and a rooftop café. Seth Herkowitz, is partner at Hunter Pasteur and member of the hotel’s development team. The new hotel is planned to open late 2022.
  
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A 30-Story full service Hotel is planned for development in a vacant lot downtown on the corner of Pine Ave and Ocean Blvd in Long Beach California by developer American Life. If approved, the lot would be transformed into a 429 guestroom hotel that would connect to the Long Beach Convention Center. The hotel is expected to cost $200 million. Greg Steinhauer is president of American Life. Construction would take two years to complete.  
  
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A four-story, 122-room extended-stay hotel would be developed south of West Bradley Road and east of North 124th Street under a proposal endorsed Monday by the Milwaukee Wisconsin city Plan Commission. The hotel would be developed by New Era Development Group LLC. New Era would begin construction by mid-year if the $10 million project wins city approval. The hotel would open by late spring or early summer of 2022.  
 
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HotelProjectLeads.com has launched the first in a serious of enhancements to the Preferred Vendor Directory.  The new features include:

  • Company contact profile photos
  • Social icons links
  • Enhanced SEO for higher listings search rankings

“We are pleased to announce the first new features in a serious of enhancements planned for the Preferred Vendor directory,” said Adam Smith, Manager of Operations.  “We are very excited to offer these new features for our clients that will help to more effectively market and convey their company message and get their company noticed online and in organic search.  The Preferred Vendor Directory was stated in 2002 and is marketed to the hotels, owners, managers and developers.  We look forward to announcing additional enhancements in the coming weeks.”  HotelProjectLeads.com was founded in 2002 and provides project market research and marketing support for companies that service and supply the hospitality industry. For more information on this and upcoming hotel construction and renovation projects in the planning, design, pre-construction and construction phase including who is involved with their contact information, Project & Supply Pricing QuotesPreferred Vendor DirectoryCareers & Featured Vendors please visit: HotelProjectLeads.com and subscribe today.


Developers are planning a boutique hotel in the North End of Boston Massachusetts at 42 Cross Street fronting the Rose Fitzgerald’s Kennedy Greenway. The hotel is being designed the The Architectural Team & Copley Wolff Design Group. The project is being proposed by developers William Caulder of Cross Street Ventures LLC and 6M Development. The five story, 134 guestroom, 80,824 square foot hotel will include two restaurants and a 300 person roof deck.  
 
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The Rose Hotel & Casino is a $389 million gaming and entertainment destination to include a casino, a hotel, park, movie theater, eight bars and restaurants and more planned for Dumfries Virginia. According to the project timeline, construction would begin in August 2021 with an expected completion date of Jan. 2023. The Rose would sit on top of the Potomac Landfill off I-95 and would bring 640 jobs to the area. The project would include a 200 guestroom hotel, 1,500 seat theater, 7,000 sf of meeting space and 50,000 sf of gaming space. The project is being developed by Peninsula Pacific Entertainment.  
 
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Baha Mar Melia Nassau Bahamas Beach resort will close for two years to undergo a $100m renovation.  The Cable Beach resort, will close on March 1, 2021, and re-open in spring 2023.  Graeme Davis, president of Chow Tai Fook Enterprises (Bahamas) is the resort’s owner.  The seven-acre, 694-room resort features 32 suites, will see a complete renovation including rooms, common areas, restaurants and bars, and outdoor spaces including three freshwater pools will be included in the renovations.  The project will create around 150 construction jobs, and significant new employment opportunities will be created when the Melia re-opens in 2023.  For more information on this and upcoming hotel construction and renovation projects in the planning, design, pre-construction and construction phase including who is involved with their contact information, Project & Supply Pricing QuotesPreferred Vendor DirectoryCareers & Featured Vendors please visit: HotelProjectLeads.com and subscribe today.


A Wilmington, Del.-based developer has raised $6.2 million on the online investing platform CrowdStreet to develop the 235-room Washington Marriott Capitol Hill/NoMa in Washington, D.C.  The Buccini/Pollin Group raised the funds to develop the 13-story hotel, which will be located at the intersection of First and L streets, NE, just north of Union Station and Capitol Hill. Construction is already underway at the hotel, which had $105.1 million total project capitalization.  The hotel’s location in close proximity to Capitol Hill and the Union Station transit hub also makes it a likely beneficiary of government and lobbying activity, as well as travelers who need to access the Washington, D.C., central business district and the Maryland and Virginia suburbs.  The hotel, the latest in The Buccini/Pollin Group’s growing portfolio, is scheduled to open in the last quarter of 2022 and will be managed by PM Hotel Group. It will feature a glass-enclosed, two-story lobby; ballroom; restaurant with indoor and outdoor dining; and Marriott’s signature M club.