Photo by David Lay
The project has run into delays in the county permitting process, according to Timothy Eden, managing director of Starr Capital LLC. The company is overseeing the project for a partnership of investors who will own the building.
Eden said they now hoped to break ground in May.
As previously reported, the approved plans include a 173-room hotel with about 4,200 square feet of ground-level retail, about 5,000 square feet of meeting space, dining, 28 below-grade parking spaces and that will stand 145 feet tall.
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