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rendering of future Hampton Inn & Suites in downtown Greensboro

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3 hours ago, rolly said:

I imagine the exterior of this is starting to wrap up by now?  I wonder when they plan to open for business. 

The exterior is getting very close. I'd say sometime late winter or spring 

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Looking more and more complete. Definitely one of the slowest hotel projects for its size the city has seen. Foundation work began September 2018! Not sure why downtown construction projects are slower than the rest of the city.




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On 4/17/2020 at 2:13 PM, jthomas said:

Progress on the Hampton Inn. I can’t figure out the street-level spaces facing Greene Street. There seems to be a space that is partially below grade (where the tan brick is below the blue - can’t see it well in this picture). Is this for retail? It looks like it would make for a cool cellar-style bar or restaurant.


I think maybe some sort of restaurant. And I think a pool will be in place as well next to it. But the partially sub level actually makes it a 7 story hotel.

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