Developers are proposing a Hyatt Place hotel at the south end of Main Street in Half Moon Bay, California. The Hyatt Place project, is being designed by AXIS/GFA Architecture and Design. The work coincides with, but is not related to, the city’s construction of the intersection at Main Street, Highway 1 and Higgins Canyon Road. The proposed project encompasses three parcels: the 5-acre triangular undeveloped parcel on Main Street, the 1.45-acre Ford dealership and its 1.25-acre adjacent parking lot. The hotel’s floor area would be 67,000 sf with 102 guestrooms. The guest rooms are provided in two buildings, a three-story northern building and a two-story southern building. Most of the guest rooms will be in the northern building while the southern will have a lobby and conference rooms. Plans also include 108 parking spots. Developer Greg Jamison is proposing the project.  
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