PHILADELPHIA—The developers of the W and Element Hotels tower here are scheduled to present their designs to the Center City Residents Association this week. The plans call for the hotels to have a combined 755 rooms.

An attorney representing the developer told planning and development website that there will be 295 rooms in the W Hotel, and 460 rooms in the extended-stay Element by Westin. The entire hotel tower will be managed by hotelier Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide of Stamford, CT. The session with the Center City Residents Association is information-only since the project does not require variances and can be built as of right, according to The Inquirer.

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