A four-story, 100-room Hilton branded hotel is planned for a site within the Mintbrook development in Bealeton Virginia. Sunset Hotel Group is the developer planning to build a four-story Hilton Home2 Suites.   Lee Kellar is chief operating officer for Sunset Hotel Group which is based in Edgewater Maryland has plans to submit to the applications for permits from the county next month.
 
Home2 Suites provide extended stay lodging for seven or more days with expanded storage, full kitchens, expanded public areas, a fitness center and serve a full breakfast. The Bealeton hotel will also have a pool for its guests.   Sunset Hotel Group will begin to seek contractors to build the Bealeton hotel. They hope hotel construction will start by late spring or early summer of 2020 and that the hotel will open within 18 months from then. 
 
This will be Sunset Hotel Group’s 11th or 12th hotel. The group owns and operates the hotels.   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 development venture plans to building a new 24-story hotel building next to the Cabrini-Green public housing complex.  Chicago-based DAC Developments has proposed a 216-room hotel at 808 N. Cleveland Ave Chicago Illinois.
 
DAC Developments is led by Daniel Rezko, according to the application and the company’s website. DAC Project Manager is: Haitham Barham.  Bolstered by seven consecutive years of record-high tourism and downtown corporate relocations bringing more hotel stays to the city, developers opened about 11,000 new rooms downtown between 2008 and 2018, a 31 percent jump. Revenue per available room at downtown hotels also climbed during that period, though its growth has recently showed signs of slowing.
 
DAC Developments is betting on hotel demand on a site that is now vacant but is just steps from a part of the North Branch of the Chicago River that is rapidly changing and poised for a development boom. DAC’s hotel proposal also includes 90 on-site parking spaces and 8,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space, according to the zoning application.  DAC Developments is working on projects in north suburban Wheeling and in the Chicago’s Lincoln Square neighborhood. The firm specializes in multifamily rental housing and condo and town home for-sale developments.
 
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Developers in Kern County California plan to build a Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. The huge casino, concert and hotel complex proposed for a 300-acre site 14 miles south of downtown Bakersfield will be operated by the Tejon Indian Tribe and Hard Rock International, owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
 
The project has been in the works for years, but an agreement was recently reached with Hard Rock to operate the facility. The proposed hotel-casino project is sandwiched between the Interstate 5 and Highway 99 split. The hotel would have 400 rooms, making it the largest in Kern County. The facility would also include a spa and fitness center, resort style pool, 13 restaurants and bars, the largest convention space in Kern County and entertainment venue.
 
Octavio Escobedo is Tejon Tribe chairman. The idea for this project started more than a decade ago. Tejon Tribal submitted paperwork to the Bureau of Indian Affairs in 2006 to regain federal recognition of her tribe. Last July, Las Vegas-based SCCR Tejon LLC purchased 306 acres of land for more than $10 million. 52 acres will be devoted to the hotel and casino, while 22 acres will be designated for an RV park. The remainder of the land will be designated for other tribal purposes including a health facility and housing.
 
The project is expected to bring 1,000 construction jobs and over 2,000 permanent jobs once completed with a payroll of $59 million annually. According to the Bureau of Indian Affairs, a rough draft of the Environmental Impact Statement and a formal date for public comment are set for later this year. There’s no timeline on when the project is set to begin.
 
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Piazza Hospitality Group plans to build a boutique hotel in Sebastopol California and is preparing to break ground. Piazza has completed the 2 nd design review and art and tree permit approvals for its proposed Hotel Sebastopol, a boutique hotel with 66 rooms to be built at 6828 Depot St. Daniele Petrone is the project manager on Hotel Sebastopol.
 
They hope is to secure the building permit at the end of November and break ground in late winter, but that depends on how much time is needed for the city to review the third submission and whether or not Piazza will need to respond to any additional comments.
Piazza will go before the Planning Commission on Sept. 24 to request a time extension on its approved use permit.
 
One lengthy delay, however, that wasn’t expected was how the design of the proposed solar panels would be carried out. The Piazza team anticipated tackling that portion of the project toward the end of construction, but that’s not how it turned out. Hotel Sebastopol hopes to achieve zero net energy status, meaning all energy required for the operations of the building is created on site by utilizing the solar panel system. The hotel also includes six hostel rooms, three art-studio spaces, and bicycle parking with electrical-charging stations. Piazza has three hotels in Healdsburg: Hotel Healdsburg, h2hotel and Harmon Guest House.
 
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Katara Hospitality plans to start a full renovation of the Doha Marriott Hotel.
Opened in 1973 as the Gulf Hotel, this project will see a first time ever full property renovation. The project will see the full renovation of all guest rooms, public areas, recreation facilities and the conference and meetings space. The hotel’s food and beverage offer will also be redone.
 
While maintaining the original design; minor modifications are made to enhance the functionality of the building, such as the project entrance road and a porte-cochere will be developed to be more welcoming and to give exceptional guest experience.
 
An Iconic tower will be added to give special visually connectivity between the two towers; a new family pool with a dedicated zone for kids activities and a full new external landscape design with all necessary supporting buildings. This project is expected to be completed by end 2021 and will require the full closure of the hotel. Beginning in September 2019, the hotel will close for renovation. UrbaCon Trading & Contracting as the contractor for Doha Marriott Hotel renovation.
 
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Development at the former Hotel Beaumont is set to move forward after the Beaumont City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved development incentives.
 
Mack Patel, a regional hotel developer, is in the process of purchasing the building at 625 Orleans Street Beaumont Texas to convert into a Hampton Inn, which would be his ninth hotel. The sale hasn’t yet closed, but it’s expected to within the next 90 days.
 
Hotel Beaumont was built in 1922 and operated as a hotel before later serving as an assisted living residence for seniors from 1977 until it closed in 2011. The building has 11 stories with two ballrooms at the top. The project cost of the renovation for the 138-room hotel will be between $5 and $9 million with an estimated start date in September 2020 and a completion date of January 2022. Patel is expecting to soon start work on architectural designs and plans.
 
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Developer Simon Baron Development owner of the Cecil Hotel in downtown Los Angeles plans to secure financing for the project by the end of the year, with construction beginning shortly after. Work is expected to be complete by October 2021.
 
The Cecil located at: 640 S Main Street also known as The Stay on Main, sits just off Seventh and Main streets. Built in 1924, it holds 299 hotel rooms and 301 single-room occupancy residences.  The redevelopment would see the hotel rooms and SRO units refurbished. 30 would be removed to make way for new hotel amenities, with a targeted completion date of October 2021. The units will be replaced off-site.
 
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Construction continues on a full service JW Marriott Hotel in Uptown Charlotte North Carolina which plans to open in April 2021. That 320,000-plus-square-foot-hotel is part of Ally Charlotte Center, located at the corner of Stonewall and College streets and includes 381 guestrooms and 15,000 sf of meeting space. HKS Inc is the project architect. DPR Construction is the general contractor. Crescent Communities and White Lodging are developing the 22 story hotel project. Terry Dammeyer is president of White Lodging.  
 
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A developer planning a five-story boutique hotel at the northwest corner of German Village in Columbus Ohio. The proposed 135-room hotel, The McGown, at 33 E. Livingston Ave., will be built with brick, glass and stainless steel that would evoke a texture similar to that of the slate roofs in German Village The project is being proposed by Michael Casey who is principal at developer Wickford Holdings. The hotel would also have 139 underground parking spaces. The project would cost between $30 million and $35 million.
The German Village Commission, which reviews projects to see if they comply with neighborhood architectural guidelines, will be taking up the project at its Oct. 1 meeting. Moody-Nolan Architects is designing the project.
 
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The Langham Hotel, Boston is closed for a 120,000-square-foot renovation. The building, located at 250 Franklin St., was the original location of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Shawmut Design and Construction, Dyer Brown Architects and Richmond International are working to complete the project. The renovation includes all 312 guest rooms and eight two-floor loft suites, as well as the multi-room Chairman’s Suite, which features a living and dining room, pantry and piano. The project team is also adding a lobby bar and restaurant, two ballrooms and a Club Lounge — an eighth-floor private club space created by demolishing five guest rooms. 
The hotel’s restaurant will also be completely redone while maintaining its historical charm and original brass Federal Reserve seal embedded into the terrazzo flooring. The hotel is owned and managed by Langham Hospitality Group a global hotel company with more than 30 properties located in major cities over four continents. The hotel will to reopen in 2020 when the renovation is completed.
 
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