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Radisson Blu | Mixed Use Hotel/Res./Comm [Proposed]

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21 minutes ago, JFW657 said:

That Gym Downtown corner would be a prime spot for a high rise anything.

You’re right about that but since I worked in that building when it was George Stuart, I’ll be sad.

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Great news. That weird little spur of North Magnolia Ave is perfect for a hotel. This one has me cautiously optimistic.

 

Do we know who the developer is behind this project? Please don’t say Ponte Health.

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No idea on height or developer or anything else yet.   That’s why I don’t have a paywall yet.

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Interesting to have the Radisson flag back in the center of town. The DoubleTree uptown started as a Radisson back in the ‘80’s.

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13 hours ago, sunshine said:

Is this going to fit into "closing up Magnolia for pedestrian only" plan?

The entrance to the garage could be on Palmetto 

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On 1/17/2019 at 4:07 PM, Jernigan said:

Master Plan has been submitted for a mixed-use development comprised of ground floor commercial, 40 multi-family units and 256 hotel rooms at 319 N. Magnolia just south of Skyhouse.

Stay tuned.

 

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For reference.

 

Here is the plot up close.

 

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Does anyone know how 40 residential units jives with the hotel?  Is it just timeshare or a truly residential component?

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Interesting to have the Radisson flag back in the center of town. The DoubleTree uptown started as a Radisson back in the ‘80’s.


Nothing like the typical Radisson hotel. They were SAS hotels in Europe until they rebranded in the 1990’s as Radisson SAS. They became Radisson Blu in the late 2000’s. The decor and finishes tend to be ultra-modern, and they’re priced for upscale business travellers. I hope the architecture reflects its sister hotels in Europe! I stayed at quite a few over the years, and I’ve found they have a great product. Interesting location for this kind of hotel, but it will be good to have something upmarket besides the Grand Bohemian downtown.


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2 hours ago, jliv said:

 


Nothing like the typical Radisson hotel. They were SAS hotels in Europe until they rebranded in the 1990’s as Radisson SAS. They became Radisson Blu in the late 2000’s. The decor and finishes tend to be ultra-modern, and they’re priced for upscale business travellers. I hope the architecture reflects its sister hotels in Europe! I stayed at quite a few over the years, and I’ve found they have a great product. Interesting location for this kind of hotel, but it will be good to have something upmarket besides the Grand Bohemian downtown.


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when you say interesting location are you referring to its particular location downtown or the fact that it's  coming downtown and not somewhere like Bonnet Creek?

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Radisson Blu Latjiva 270ft  571rooms ...sooo

Considering our smaller block and a smaller room count it may be balanced out to be right around the same height or so which for that area would look really good next to SkyHouse.

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, IAmFloridaBorn said:

Radisson Blu Latjiva 270ft  571rooms ...sooo

Considering our smaller block and a smaller room count it may be balanced out to be right around the same height or so which for that area would look really good next to SkyHouse.

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Based on this, the one in Orlando would be roughly 140 feet if it were the same width. Since it'll likely be thinner, It'll probably be closer to 190 feet like another poster said. Probably nowhere near 270 feet.

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I would put it at about 200', but maybe a little bit taller if the garage is a multi-floor pedestal that the building is on top of, which could be the case given the smaller site footprint. 

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12 minutes ago, dcluley98 said:

I would put it at about 200', but maybe a little bit taller if the garage is a multi-floor pedestal that the building is on top of, which could be the case given the smaller site footprint. 

Probably right around that.

Forty residential units @ eight units per floor would be five residential floors. 

Two hundred fifty six hotel rooms @ sixteen per floor would be sixteen hotel floors for a total of twenty one floors, or just over 200 feet.

Looks like there might actually be enough room on that parcel to put the garage next to the building rather than under it, pedestal style.

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