After opening a boutique hotel in Las Vegas Nevada’s Arts District this year, the same real estate company is looking to build another project nearby. Z Life Co., developer of the English Hotel, filed plans with the city to build another hotel and residential building. The project is being designed by Ed Vance & Associates Architects and will be located at: 900 S Main Street, Las Vegas Nevada.  
 
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As part of a continuing development in the downtown corridor, Skokie Illinois trustees approved a $50 million hotel and conference center to be begin construction this spring. E&M Strategic Developments is the group that plans to build a 141-room Homewood Suites by Hilton Hotel and Conference Center on the former Sanford Brown College site at 4930 Oakton St. The hotel is just one component of a $400 million downtown redevelopment plan. The Hilton hotel will replace the Sanford Brown College office building, which has been vacant since 2014. The hotel and conference center meets the Illinois energy conversation code and will have the latest construction energy efficient systems throughout. Mark Meyer, is E&M Strategic Developments’ founder and CEO.
 
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Hotel development and management company Drury Development Corporation renewed their development for a nine-story hotel in Arlington Texas. Construction will resume next month at their stalled project at the corner of Interstate 30 and Center Street. Drury anticipates finishing construction and open its doors in early 2024. The Drury location sits across the street from Lincoln Square, a shopping center that was the subject of a $15 million grant for redevelopment in late June. Arlington City Council approved Drury’s development plan for a hotel, restaurant and future office or storefront on the property in 2017. Hotel representatives around 2020 outlined plans for a 268-room hotel that features top-floor meeting rooms that offer a view of AT&T Stadium and Globe Life Field, as well as an indoor and outdoor pool with an adjustable glass wall.
 
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A hotel project in downtown San Jose California is moving forward. The proposed 19-story high-rise hotel with 272 rooms could be built right next door to Hotel De Anza at 8 North Almaden Boulevard near the intersection of West Santa Clara Street. After the San Jose City Council approved the project two years, the Preservationist Action Council of San Jose (PAC SJ) had been trying to block plans for the hotel from moving forward. Their attempts have been shut down first by Santa Clara County judges and most recently, by the state Court of Appeal, which sided with an earlier ruling by county courts that favored the city’s approval of the project allowing the project to proceed. The project is being designed by C2K Architecture. Mark Tersini, principal at KT Urban is the project developer.  
 
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The Stations Casino & Hotel project in North Las Vegas, Nevada, is moving forward at the North Las Vegas Planning Commission approved Station’s plans for a 67-acre hotel-casino at the northwest corner of Losee Road and the 215 Beltway. The project would be built in two phases and calls for a total of 600 hotel rooms and more than 75,700 square feet of casino space. It would also feature restaurants, a movie theater, banquet facilities and other amenities. Stations is also building a $750 million resort in the southwest Las Vegas Valley and is developing plans for other land tracts, with the goal of doubling its portfolio by 2030. It is also tearing down some hotels in North Las Vegas that never reopened after the pandemic, and intends to sell the land. Additionally, it plans to demolish the Wild Wild West hotel-casino near the Strip and redevelop the site. Jeffrey Welch is chief legal officer of Station parent Red Rock Resorts.  
 
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A proposal to add a 14-story, 290-room hotel and new retail space next to Little Caesars Arena in downtown Detroit Michigan is moving forward. The Downtown Detroit Development Authority approved a $190 million development proposal from Olympia Development and Related Cos. The proposal is for a mid-rise, mixed-use hotel development at Woodward Avenue and the I-75 service drive, next to LCA, a plan the companies previously had announced. The project site is at 2455 Woodward Ave. and is bordered by Woodward to the East, LCA to the north, Park Avenue to the west and W. Fisher Service Drive to the south. The proposal calls for a hotel, as well as up to 30,000 square feet dedicated to street-level retail and food service. Construction would take 3 years and begin in the 3rd quarter of 2024. Andrew Cantor is the president of Related Cos. Michigan.  
 
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A new hotel is in the planning stages and would be built just south of Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas Nevada. The hotel is being proposed by New Angle Development calling the project, Nuance Las Vegas Hotel & Spa at Allegiant Stadium. It would be built at the corner of Polaris and Quail avenues and includes a full-service hotel and spa that would serve as a destination property for people looking to be close to the stadium and would be a non-gaming, non-smoking, full-service, boutique-sized property providing an alternative experience to the typical massive Las Vegas hotel-casino offerings. The hotel would be 19 stories tall and have 340 rooms, along with a restaurant, day spa, and ballroom and convention hall. The 19th floor would also have a rooftop bar with kitchen and outdoor terrace. A parking garage would occupy four of the bottom floors with 521 spaces.  
 
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Two of the oldest buildings on the University of Maine campus in Orono Maine will undergo a $17 million transformation to become a 95-room boutique hotel. The project is the result of a partnership between the university; Harrison Street Investment Management and Radnor Property Group. The project will include the conversion of Coburn Hall and Holmes Hall.  Built in 1888, Coburn Hall and Holmes Hall, which have been non-operational for the past 15 years, will be converted into a boutique, on-campus hotel with 95 hotel rooms and suites and a bistro cafe. Both halls display the Romanesque architectural style of the time, and in 1978 were among 10 UMaine buildings designated a historic district by the National Register of Historic Places. The buildings together offer 33,000 square feet of space. The property will be operated by Olympia Hotel Management. Archetype Architects is designing the project and Wright-Ryan Construction will serve as construction manager. The project is scheduled to begin construction this fall, with a planned opening in early 2024. 
 
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Contractor Moss Construction applied for a permit to begin foundation work at the 80-Story Cipriani & Residences condo/hotel tower, in Miami’s Florida’s Brickell area downtown.  There’s also now another foundation permit in process at the property, for the area where two additional apartment towers are planned to rise 50 and 60 stories.  The second foundation permit for the shorter towers was also submitted by Moss.  The project will include three towers rising 80, 60, and 50 stories, with the tallest at 950 feet including 1,300 residential units with 420 condos & 18,300 square feet of full service restaurant.  Mast Capital is the project developer.  Arquitectonica is the project architect.  1508 London is the interior designer. 

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The owner of the Doubletree Hotel on Park Avenue in Park City Utah plans to redevelop the site and build over 250 long-term rental apartments and condos. The 182-room hotel anchors the gateway intersection of SR-224 and Kearns Boulevard. It’s owned by Singerman Real Estate. Vail Resorts previously operated the hotel under a management agreement with Singerman. The two proposed buildings in the project would fall under separate development rules. The east building would be 147 deed-restricted affordable units and 26 market-rate units. It would fall under the affordable master planned development code. The west building would feature 100 market-rate condos and be governed by the master planned development code. Unlike the affordable master plan, this building would allow for nightly rentals. The project would involve razing the existing building and starting from the ground up. It would include 5,000 square feet of ground floor retail space. Over 300 parking spaces would be built underground, along with 17 curbside spots.
 
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