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Grand Bohemian Hotel

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And the expansion of Camperdown continues. More to come. Stay tuned. ;)

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This is great to see! I guess the hotel market is remaining pretty strong for downtown. Bring it on!

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This has so much potential. If done correctly it will upgrade an already amazing Falls Park. Looking at their other properties I'm sure it will be done right and will be a destination on the other side of the bridge.

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With 160 rooms and a small footprint this should have some height to it correct? 

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5 hours ago, apaladin said:

With 160 rooms and a small footprint this should have some height to it correct? 

I hope not. Height in that area would not look right. 

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Well, with that many rooms and accompanying space. Height is to be expected. So we would have to imagine the first floor would have administrative office, restaurant, and museum space. Then account for minimum 10 to 15, maybe more, rooms per floor. Being in that tight a space. Well you do the math. 

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4 hours ago, gman said:

I hope not. Height in that area would not look right. 

Normally I'll take more height anday, But I agre. It would not be right here, wouldn't fit in with area. 

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1 hour ago, MAJIKMAN said:

Well, with that many rooms and accompanying space. Height is to be expected. So we would have to imagine the first floor would have administrative office, restaurant, and museum space. Then account for minimum 10 to 15, maybe more, rooms per floor. Being in that tight a space. Well you do the math. 

Would think 10-12 floors...it's a small area which dictates height for 160 rooms. Sorry height police...

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Camperdown is going to be the equivalent of 13-14 stories and most of the new buildings around here are over 100 ft too, so who should complain about height?

Im actually surprised the new office building isn't taller next to the bridge. 

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I heard that the plans for this were unveiled today but I haven't seen anything. Anybody have the scoop on this?

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this should be pretty nice! Seems to be respectful of the river/park in terms of height and site development. The ground floor activity will be awesome to have! 

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This should be perfect for the area and the enhancements to the roads, park should be very welcome.

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intrigued by the spaces marked what looks like "future development" across Falls Street... Wyche's real estate holding vehicle owns all of it.  

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Very nice looking project.  Good to see some creative developments in the area.

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I like the look of this. The fact that is looks different from so much of the recent development is GREAT in my book. 

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These sketches signify how a reasonably attractive architectural structure can be incorporated into the natural scenery of a historic urban park.

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Impressive structure...interested to see actual color schemes utilized.

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Looks really really great.  Regarding height, if well done, I am good with making exceptions here and there.  I would think that those staying at the hotel (and those marketing the rooms) would want mountain views if possible as well as views of the falls.  Might not be even possible with all of the development around it though.

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