Jaymin Mehta, the developer behind GLNK LLC, is seeking town approval to construct the 54 guestroom boutique hotel at 17 West Street in Southington Connecticut. The building would feature just three floors and about 22,600 square-feet of space. The 54 single-room units would each include either one or two beds. At least six of the hotel rooms will be ADA accessible. The boutique hotel would feature a lounge, marketplace for sundries, small gym, and laundry room and office space on the ground floor. The building would be served by 55 parking spaces. The proposed development can readily be accommodated by the existing roadway network per traffic engineers with F.A. Hesketh & Associates. The town’s conservation commission has already signed off on the project and the proposal has been endorsed by the fire department under the condition a fire hydrant is installed in front of the building.
 
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A $300 million mixed-use tower is proposed for 800 2nd Avenue South in downtown St. Petersburg Florida. The project is a result of efforts by Moffitt Cancer Center, UPC Insurance Holdings Corp., and developer TPA Group. The group envisioned a mixed-use campus that is anchored by a 75,000 square foot Moffitt Cancer Center outpatient building on a 4.59-acre site at 2nd Avenue South and 8th Street. As part of the development, 2nd Avenue South between 8th Street and Dr. MLK Jr. Street will be vacated. Moffitt plans to offer comprehensive cancer care. Services at the site will include clinical trials and research studies, medical oncology, hematology oncology, radiation therapy, infusion, advanced imaging, and screening and diagnostic services. The cancer center will be complemented by a 30-story residential tower with 350 units and a 14-story hotel along with a shared parking garage. Horus Construction is the project’s general contractor. Nate Pramik is Principal of TPA Group. A timeline for construction has not been announced but the development team expects to close on the purchase of the site later this year.
 
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The Gun Lake Casino near Wayland Michigan is getting ready expand and build a hotel and resort. The estimated $300 million project includes building a 15-story, 252-room hotel on the west side of the casino. The expansion will also feature the Aquadome, which will be three pools inside a 32,000-square-foot glass dome. The Gun Lake Casino recently celebrated the grand opening of its Phase 4 expansion, a $100 million project that included more casino floor, 500 slot machines, more than a dozen table games and three restaurants: CBK, Shkode Chophouse and 131 Sportsbar and Lounge. Project leaders are expected to share more details about the hotel and resort during Thursday’s groundbreaking event, which will start at 11 a.m. in the casino’s West parking lot on 129th Avenue just east of US-131.
 
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A Marriott branded boutique hotel on the site of the former Visitation Academy on East Second Street in Frederick Maryland is scheduled to open in July 2023, with 57 standard hotel rooms and 10 extended-stay rooms. The project will be affiliated with Marriott, and the property will be known as Visitation Hotel Frederick, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel. Visitation will complement a larger hotel and conference center planned for along Carroll Creek and also run by Marriott.  The Visitation Academy opened in 1846 and closed in June 2016, citing low enrollment. It operated as an all-girls Catholic school for pre-kindergarten through middle school students. The site was used as a hospital during the Civil War, and nuns lived on the property until 2005. About 110 of them are buried in a cemetery in the rear courtyard, which will be preserved as part of the project. Along with the hotel, the property will also contain 11 condominiums. The project team includes: OTJ Architecture, GPI MEP Engineers, SGH Engineers, Twain, Bognet Construction and Harris, Smariga & Associates.  
 
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One of the largest developments on the West Coast is close to breaking ground after decades of work. The Port of San Diego and city of Chula Vista passed several steps that pave the way for construction on the billion-dollar, Gaylord Pacific resort hotel and convention center. The deal involves the Port of San Diego, developer RIDA, hotel operator Gaylord/Marriott, JP Morgan and several governmental agencies. Along with construction of the resort hotel, open and park space will also be expanded. The future Sweetwater Park is expected to be completed before or by the time the resort is completed. The Gaylord Pacific Resort and Convention Center will include 1,600 guestrooms, multiple restaurants, sports bar, resort style pool, recreational facilities and convention center with meeting rooms and ball rooms. The project team also includes: Mortenson, McCarthy and HKS Architecture.  
 
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R.L.P. Development plans to break ground on a dual-brand Home2Suites and Hilton Garden Inn near the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville campus at the northeast corner of Illinois 157 and Governors Parkway. The property also will feature an additional outparcel development offering commercial real estate space to be leased at a later time. An affiliate of R.P. Lumber Co., Inc. and Plummer Cos., R.L.P. Development in addition to hotels, is focus is residential subdivisions, retail centers, office buildings, and light industrial properties, the company operates 83 lumber yards, two truss plants, 22 farm and home lifestyle department stores and several other retail, hospitality and entertainment, manufacturing, distribution, and technology-oriented companies across the United States. In recent years, R.L.P. Development has rolled out numerous hotel projects across multiple states utilizing various brands of the Hilton, Marriott, IHG, and Choice Hotel companies. Robert Plummer is CEO of R.L.P Development
 
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The Planning Board has approved the site plan for a four-story, 24-bedroom expansion of the Hampton Inn & Suites Greenfield Massachusetts. The plan was approved with certain requests from the board, including the designation of a one-way lane to connect parking lots, the addition of bicycle racks, and a guarantee that any lighting would conform to the existing building. Berkshire Design Group whose Principal Jeff Squire is designing the project. The project the applicant is 66 Greenfield LLC. The applicants have acquired the neighboring property at 192 Shelburne Road, which the project would encompass. The existing house there would be demolished.
 
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Hyatt Hotels Corp. and partner Gencom revealed plans to completely demolish the Hyatt Regency Hotel and the James L. Knight Center performing arts venue in downtown Miami Florida and replace them with a mixed-use project featuring three towers. Hyatt and Gencom lease the 4-acre site at 400 S. Second Ave. from the city. Developed in 1982, it currently has a 615-room hotel and the 4,500-seat Knight Center. Designed by Arquitectonica, the plan calls for 1,542 apartments, a 615-room hotel and 190,000 square feet of meeting and event space. The project would have two 61-story towers and an 80-story tower connected by a podium with 1,100 parking spaces, 20,000 square feet of coworking space, 12,000 square feet of restaurants and retail space and the event space. The two smaller towers would have a combined 682 units and the taller tower would have 860 units. A skybridge with a restaurant would link the two smaller towers. Phil Keb is vice president of development for Gencom.
 
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A site south of downtown Tacoma Washington is planned to be developed with a hotel. Plans recently filed with the city of Tacoma seek to build a hotel structure on the northwest corner of South 28th and South C streets. The plan is for a 114-room hotel on a vacant 1.5-acre site at 2801 S. C St. The building would be five stories and have two levels of underground parking. The 116,500-square-foot hotel would carry a Staybridge Suites flag. The brand is part of the InterContinental Hotel Group, which includes Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, Hotel Indigo, Kimpton and Even Hotels, all of which have a presence in the Seattle area. The property is owned by an entity associated with Sang and Keum Woo, who have owned hotels in the Olympia area. Construction will begin in September 2022. 
 
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Developers are planning to build a two tower St Regis Resort and Residences in the Brickell neighborhood of Miami, Florida. The for-sale branded resort style condo residences have seen strong demand prompting the developers to launch the sale of a 2nd tower. To date there has already been over $400 in sales at the St Regis eastern Astor Tower and sales have now launched on the western building known as the William Tower. The project is being designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects. The project developers are Related Group and Integra Investments.  
 
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