The developer is Gordon Sondland, who with local partner N. JackAlhadeff, a real estate broker and investor, paid $1 million forhalf-ownership in the property from the Warshals in 1997. Amongother Downtown hotels, Sondland also owns the Alexis, which islocated across the street from the Warshal's site.

The two existing buildings on the 13,342-sf site will bedemolished. The ground floor of the new building would contain thehotel lobby and some retail. Floors two through five in thebuilding will be parking, with 128 hotel rooms above that and 72apartments above that.

The developers could not immediately be reached for comment on apreliminary construction schedule and the brand of hotel it will bedeveloping. The MUP will be issued shortly after Nov. 14 if noappeals are submitted.

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