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This project is indeed coming back to life. Hotel rooms will be reduced from 170 to 130 but rooms are larger than before.  20-25 condos are now in the project which is why two more floors have been ad

Fencing is going up around the site. 

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What is the status of the Rhett Street streetscape project? It would be nice to do along with all these developments.  I'd also like to see some more retail sprinkled in which appears to be included with this hotel and The McClaren. 

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  • Construction is expected to start at the end of 2020 or the beginning of 2021.
  • The anticipated opening date is March 2022 according to Ron Vlasic, CEO of Hostmark Hospitality Group.
  • The hotel will bring more than 200 jobs to the area.
  • The Kimpton will have 170 rooms and four restaurants.
  • The projected cost will be around $50 million according to Vlasic. 
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Welp..they’ve got a month or so to start construction according to their timeline. I highly doubt this one moves forward at all due to Covid-19 and an already over supply of hotel rooms downtown. 

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12 hours ago, vicupstate said:

Hearing that a new design is in the works, including a potential additional use. 

I'm rather intrigued by this. I assume it must be residential (?). I hope it is within the same language as the previous design, as I thought that was rather fitting for the West End. 

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27 minutes ago, GvilleSC said:

I'm rather intrigued by this. I assume it must be residential (?). I hope it is within the same language as the previous design, as I thought that was rather fitting for the West End. 

It is residential condos. Of course, until it is submitted for approval, don't bet the farm on it. 

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8 minutes ago, vicupstate said:

It is residential condos. Of course, until it is submitted for approval, don't bet the farm on it. 

Great -- the condo market downtown right now seems quite hot. Unless the market gets flooded, it seems to bode well for the conference center residential tower to actually happen. 

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Not much different going off the new renderings I have received. Just taller with pretty much all glass on the top two floors. The rooftop amenities appear to still be there. Eight floors in the front along Markley and nine in the back along Rhett. The brick and windows on the lower floors is still there and the same for the most part. Glass balconies on the corner of Main and Markley have been added.

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