BusinessDen | Clean slate for new hotel in Cherry Creek

c1Another construction site is active in Cherry Creek.

Englewood-based Stonebridge Cos. has brought down an office building at the corner of Milwaukee Street and 2nd Avenue in Cherry Creek to make way for a 201-room hotel. Heavy construction machinery now occupies the former 1960s building site.

Stonebridge’s latest plans, which the city hasn’t yet approved, call for a single eight-story building. The property would have about 3,300 square feet of retail space and about 156,500 square feet of hotel accommodations. Plans also show a rooftop pool with a covered patio area.

Architecture firm Gkkworks is designing the Stonebridge hotel.

The half-acre site previously housed the Rollnick Building, a 27,000-square-foot office building. Stonebridge bought the property for $8.1 million in 2014.

Stonebridge’s hotel will be at least the third hotel going up in Cherry Creek. BMC Investments and Sage Hospitality are building an upscale hotel called the Halcyon, as well as a limited service hotel dubbed Moxy between Columbine and Josephine streets.

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Boulder Daily Camera I Boulder board approves plans for project at 28th and Canyon

Eads News and SmokeA development project that would bring two large hotels and a mixed-use commercial building to the northwest corner of 28th Street and Canyon Boulevard took an important step forward Thursday night when it received conditional approval from the Boulder Planning Board.

Following a nearly four-hour public hearing, a joint redevelopment project for the current sites of the Golden Buff Hotel and the now-closed Eads News and Smoke Shop received unanimous approval.

The plans call for the construction of a full-service, 184-room hotel with a main entrance on 28th Street, plus a select-service hotel with 177 rooms and a main entrance on 26th Street.

The plans also call for the construction of a 38,375-square-foot building at the corner of 28th and Canyon, where Eads stands today, with space for offices, retailers and restaurants.

Read more: http://www.dailycamera.com/news/boulder/ci_22399484/boulder-board-approves-plans-project-at-28th-and
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The Denver Post | Team alters proposal, moves hotel lobby out of Denver Union Station great hall

The group proposing a hotel for Denver Union Station has tweaked its plan, putting the front desk on the building’s second floor rather than in the great hall.

Union Station Alliance revised its plan to alleviate concerns that the train station’s great hall would be perceived as a hotel lobby, rather than a waiting area for transit passengers.

The Regional Transportation District​ board, initially expected to vote for a proposal Tuesday, requested more information from both teams vying to redevelop the space and has pushed the date for the vote to Dec. 13.

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Read more:  http://www.denverpost.com/business/ci_19460603
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