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Embassy Suites (30 stories, 500 rooms), 1 Hotel (18 stories, 221 rooms)

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We have been hearing and feeling these blasts in our office of Cummins. Took forever to figure out where they were coming from. 

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To be a bit of a downer on this project, individually all 3 brands could make fantastic statements if only one was being built on this site. When you do 3 at a time, you seem to get "lite" versions of each.  I'll point to the Marriott tri-brand as an example. I was very underwhelmed with the public spaces, for all 3, when I was visiting a friend staying at the hotel. My friend was also disappointed saying he'd just stay at the JW next time. Maybe this will be different. 

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I'm curious too. 

To be sure, it's only 2 brands here, right? And the Embassy Suites is known for their standard atrium design, although several I've seen built in the past couple of years don't have the atrium. BTW if you're a light sleeper and have the front room, those atria can be annoying as heck.

Not sure, but I think the One Hotel is supposed to be more upscale than the others on the block.  I'd be surprised if they share any public spaces between them. 

This pair of hotels look distinctly different from the all-in-one-box Marriott tri-brands. 

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On 5/8/2019 at 7:22 AM, MLBrumby said:

I'm curious too. 

To be sure, it's only 2 brands here, right? And the Embassy Suites is known for their standard atrium design, although several I've seen built in the past couple of years don't have the atrium. BTW if you're a light sleeper and have the front room, those atria can be annoying as heck.

Not sure, but I think the One Hotel is supposed to be more upscale than the others on the block.  I'd be surprised if they share any public spaces between them. 

This pair of hotels look distinctly different from the all-in-one-box Marriott tri-brands. 

I've stayed in some newer Embassy Suites and they seem to have ditched the large atrium design.

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No cam that I know of yet. I snapped the photo on my walk and sent to William so he could tweet it. Look as if they are going deeper on the hole for the One Hotel, so that crane will be a while longer before it is in place.

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