X
Project Announcements

Two new hotels coming to Boulder

May 12, 2015 7

 

Rendering of Embassy Suites Boulder. Image courtesy Sage Hospitality.

Rendering of Embassy Suites Boulder. Image courtesy Sage Hospitality.

Rendering of Embassy Suites Boulder. Image courtesy Sage Hospitality.

Rendering of Embassy Suites Boulder. Image courtesy Sage Hospitality.

Rendering of the Hilton Garden Inn Boulder. Image courtesy Sage Hospitality.

Rendering of the Hilton Garden Inn Boulder. Image courtesy Sage Hospitality.

Rendering of the Hilton Garden Inn Boulder. Image courtesy Sage Hospitality.

Rendering of the Hilton Garden Inn Boulder. Image courtesy Sage Hospitality.

Denver-based NAI Shames Makovsky and Sage Hospitality have announced that they will be building a hotel complex in central Boulder at 28th and Canyon. This project will add 375 new hotel rooms to Boulder between a 172-room Hilton Garden Inn and a 203-room Embassy Suites.

Last week marked the official groundbreaking for this development, as the property has been cleared for development. This project will also feature an adjacent office building by Boulder-based developer, Lou Della Cava. Underground parking will be featured in this development that is slated to be completed in spring of 2017. Milender White Construction Company is the general contractor for this development and the architect of record is JG Johnson Architects of Denver.

“This project has been uniquely designed and programmed to both meet the extensive requirements of the City of Boulder, while incorporating locally infused interior design elements that celebrate the unique aspects of the community,” said Walter Isenberg, President and CEO of Sage Hospitality. “We are excited to bring this product to the Boulder market, it will fit well with the demands of CU Boulder and the central Boulder scene.”

This project is being developed on a two-block site and each hotel will be five stories and the office building will be four stories. The hotels will share a pool and back-of-the-house space as well.

Sage Hospitality currently manages Denver’s Oxford Hotel at 17th Street and Wazee Street and the Crawford Hotel located in Union Station. The mixed-use Z Block project that recently began construction in Lower Downtown Denver between 18th and 19th streets along Wazee Street will also feature a hotel managed by Sage Hospitality.

There are 7 comments

  • Freddie says:

    I’m enjoying your blog and I appreciate how prolific you’ve been with it. It’s nice to regularly find something new to read about Denver’s current boom. I especially appreciate the monthly construction updates. That’s exactly the kind of thing I’ve been hoping to find.

    This blog will surely blossom in terms of readership. It’s only a matter of time before you’re inundated with more comments than you can respond to, including the inevitable arguments about whether or not a project is “ugly”. :)

    • Justin says:

      Hi Freddie,

      Thank you for the positive words. I really enjoy snapping photos and keeping an eye on the progress of construction projects.

      Cheers,
      Justin

  • Larry says:

    I probably won’t comment very often, but I second Freddie’s comments, Justin. I really enjoy what you are doing as well.

  • Melissa says:

    Hi, quick question!
    Is the Embassy Suites scheduled to be done in Spring of 2016 or 2017? I saw that you said the underground parking was to be finished by spring 2017, but wasn’t sure if you meant the rest of the project or not.

  • Melissa says:

    When is the whole project scheduled to be done, spring 2016 or 2017?

  • Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *