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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