A new hotel is being proposed on Colorado Blvd at the former Cordon Blue building and the parking lot across the street from Urth Café in Pasadena California at: 550-566 E Colorado Blvd. The proposal calls for an 85 foot tall, six story AC Marriott hotel with 195 guestrooms, with ground floor retail and dining space. The hotel is being proposed by the Welcome Group Inc. The site is owned by Chafles Company. 
 
For detailed information on upcoming hotel developments, construction & renovation projects in the planning, design, pre-construction and construction phases including who is involved plus their contact information and our Preferred Vendor Directory, please visit: HotelProjectLeads.com and subscribe today.


Waterfront Canal Centre LLC, a limited liability company registered to Greg Schahet, president and CFO of developer Schahet Hotels, has filed plans with the city, seeking to redevelop the site at 401 W. Michigan St in Indianapolis Indiana into an extended stay hotel. Plans call for demolishing the American College of Sports Medicine’s current 30,000-square-foot building. Going vertical in its place would be an 11-story mixed use building and plaza, consisting of 75,000-square-feet of new office space and a hotel bearing The Element hotel flag, an extended-stay brand by Marriott. The plaza also would have a 240-space parking garage. Construction is to begin in mid-2022. The project total costs have yet to be finalized as the construction contractor is repricing the project. The hotel is being designed by Ratio Architects.  
 
For detailed information on upcoming hotel developments, construction & renovation projects in the planning, design, pre-construction and construction phases including who is involved plus their contact information and our Preferred Vendor Directory, please visit: HotelProjectLeads.com and subscribe today.


The Chickasaw Nation will start construction next year on a $300 million casino resort featuring a hotel, water park and more near the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Chickasaw Nation will start construction next year on the development known as the OKANA Resort. The resort will include a 400-room hotel, an indoor/outdoor water park, and retail, dining and conference facilities. The project is being design by Thalden Boyd Emery Architects.  
 
For detailed information on upcoming hotel developments, construction & renovation projects in the planning, design, pre-construction and construction phases including who is involved plus their contact information and our Preferred Vendor Directory, please visit: HotelProjectLeads.com and subscribe today.


A multi-use development including a hotel, apartments and retail is being planned for La Brea Ave. at Wilshire Blvd in Los Angeles California. CGI+ Real Estate Strategies has secured full entitlements and plans to start developing nearly half a city block at 639 S. La Brea, adjacent to where the Metro’s Wilshire/La Brea station is under construction. The eight-story development will include a 125-key hotel, 121 residential units, and 13,000 square feet of street level and rooftop restaurant space. The boutique-style hotel will aim to draw both leisure and business travelers with rooms ranging from 320 to 415 square feet, as well as two top-floor guest suites as large as 1,200 square feet. Plans also include a 3,500-square-foot event space and a layered roof top guest deck and swimming pool with views of Downtown Los Angeles, the Hollywood Hills and Century City. Architecture and interior design firm Morris Adjmi is designing the project.  
 
For detailed information on upcoming hotel developments, construction & renovation projects in the planning, design, pre-construction and construction phases including who is involved plus their contact information and our Preferred Vendor Directory, please visit: HotelProjectLeads.com and subscribe today.


A 70 guestroom Spanish Baroque style is planned to be built on the parking lot between the Lensic Performing Arts Center and Eldorado Hotel & Spa in Santa Fe New Mexico. The $28 million project will start construction in early 2022 and is expected to open in the summer of 2023. The four-story, 70-room hotel will be located in the surface parking lot next to the Lensic and across Sandoval Street from the Eldorado Hotel & Spa. Seres Architecture of Santa Fe is the project architect. Joseph Karnes, an attorney at Sommer, Karnes & Associates representing Greer Enterprises, which has owned the property for more than 100 years and originally developed what is today the Lensic Performing Arts Center. The hotel name is pending agreement with an operator.
 
For detailed information on upcoming hotel developments, construction & renovation projects in the planning, design, pre-construction and construction phases including who is involved plus their contact information and our Preferred Vendor Directory, please visit: HotelProjectLeads.com and subscribe today.


A 63 room Best Western Hotel is planned to be built at 3980 Lake Road in Sacramento California. The property is being developed by Shree Ji Investments LLC whose principal is Ashok Patel. The project will include a meeting room, breakfast area, exercise room and indoor pool & spa. Rooms types will include king suites, standard queen rooms and accessible double rooms. The project is being designed by Architect TKF & Associates.  
 
For detailed information on upcoming hotel developments, construction & renovation projects in the planning, design, pre-construction and construction phases including who is involved plus their contact information and our Preferred Vendor Directory, please visit: HotelProjectLeads.com and subscribe today.


Beacon Health System the parent of Memorial Hospital is planning a $300 million expansion project including a new patient tower, apartments, a hotel and a health club in downtown South Bend Indiana. Plans include an estimated $240 million expansion at Memorial, as well as construction of a $60 million Integrative Health and Lifestyle District just south of the hospital. The hospital expansion could get underway almost immediately, with a target completion date of June 30, 2026. While that project is underway, Beacon, in conjunction with Great Lakes Capital and Bradley Co., is proposing to build a complex that would include 145 apartments, a health club, a 125-room hotel, 35,000 square feet of office and retail space, and parking for 1,200 vehicles. The complex would take up the 300 and 400 blocks of North Main Street, which is mostly surface parking now. The target completion date would be Dec. 31, 2025.  
 
For detailed information on upcoming hotel developments, construction & renovation projects in the planning, design, pre-construction and construction phases including who is involved plus their contact information and our Preferred Vendor Directory, please visit: HotelProjectLeads.com and subscribe today.


Developers plan to add a hotel onto the back of the historic Union Pacific building downtown in Salt Lake City Utah. The project is being planned by the Athens Group that will convert the building to a 225 guestroom hotel, planned to open in 2024. The eight story 94 foot tall building will include 4 food and beverage outlets, 9,600 square feet of meeting space and 13 specialty suites located with the historic train station. The hotel will be branded as a Marriott Autograph Collection hotel with the name Asher Adams.  The property is owned by Vestar Gateway LLC. Athens Hotel Development LLC is the developer. The architect is HKS Architects Inc. The civil engineer is Great Basin Engineering. The landscape architect is MGB+A The Grassli Group. The developers are currently securing financing for project construction.  
 
For detailed information on upcoming hotel developments, construction & renovation projects in the planning, design, pre-construction and construction phases including who is involved plus their contact information and our Preferred Vendor Directory, please visit: HotelProjectLeads.com and subscribe today.


Developers are planning build a six-level boutique hotel around the former Commutator Foundry building in the North Loop in Minneapolis Minnesota. The project will see the restoration, redevelopment, and new construction of a number of buildings within a city block. The Commutator Foundry Development will be located at 121 and 125 N 1st Street, next door to Aria and behind another large mixed-use project. The mixed-use project will include 19,000 square feet of ground floor retail space and 5 stories of office space above. The project will see the restoration of the existing Commutator Hotel, the adjacent Foundry Building, and a one story historic facade found at the back of the site located at 121 N 1st Street. An interior courtyard will run through the south end of the site, it will be both landscaped and hardscaped for use by the general public and commercial tenants on the ground floor. Two levels of underground parking with a total of 54 spaces will be accessible through the alley adjacent to the courtyard. That back historic facade is what is going to be one of the extremely interesting pieces of this project. In order to build the underground parking levels, the building will be stabilized structurally and moved off site temporarily. Once those lower levels are completed the facade will be moved back to its original location. The Commutator Foundry Development will see the addition of 19,000 square feet more of retail space added to the block. Construction on the 123 guestroom hotel will start in a month with the opening expected in the first quarter of 2023. The project is being developed by Commutator which is led by David Wilson, John Gross and Andrew Commers. Financing was arranged by D2 Capital Advisors. The hotel flag has yet to be named. It will include a rooftop bar, a cellar dive bar, meeting and event space, restaurant and retail. The project is being designed by Snow Kreilich Architects, with interiors by Neri & Hu. Greiner Construction is the general contractor.  
 
For detailed information on upcoming hotel developments, construction & renovation projects in the planning, design, pre-construction and construction phases including who is involved plus their contact information and our Preferred Vendor Directory, please visit: HotelProjectLeads.com and subscribe today.


Developer Eustice Mita unveiled plans for a 168-room hotel on Beach Avenue, in Cape May New Jersey that includes the site of the former Beach Theatre and other properties on the block. Mita plans to put $100 million into the project. The project is being designed by Dave Schultz of DAS Architects. Mita presented plans for ICONA Cape May to City Council and iff approved and built, it would join ICONA properties in Avalon, the Diamond Beach section of Lower Township and another Cape May location at 1101 Beach Ave. Mita plans to submit an application within the next 60 days. The project would cover the area from Stockton Place to Gurney Street, including the site of the former theater and the stores in front along Beach Avenue, as well as another line of shops on Gurney and a bike rental place next door. The seven-story property would include a rooftop pool and 268 parking spaces on four interior levels. The project would include retail on the ground floor of the proposed new construction, to house restaurants, cafés and other businesses, and a ballroom on the second floor, and a restaurant with water views. Mita, owns ICONA Resorts and the home construction company Achristavest.  
 
For detailed information on upcoming hotel developments, construction & renovation projects in the planning, design, pre-construction and construction phases including who is involved plus their contact information and our Preferred Vendor Directory, please visit: HotelProjectLeads.com and subscribe today.

1 2 3 50