The total project will include 15,000-sf conference center, a740-space parking garage, a 58 unit apartment complex and 110-roomhotel by Marriott. Completion slated for 2004.

Under the phase II agreement, approved by the City Council attheir regular weekly meeting, the city will contribute anadditional $351,886 to the project, bringing the total amountcommitted by the city to $446,281. Opus contractual obligations forthe development include schematic designs for the conference centerand development of the parking garage, hotel, retail stores,restaurant and office space, if any.

The city has $500,000 set aside for the conference centerproject through a loan from city cash reserves. More money from thePublic Facilities District is expected this fall when demolition ofthe Enetai Building, the current home of the Bremerton NavalShipyard Museum, is scheduled to get underway.

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