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High End Hotel Vacancy Filled

9th May 18

The building that once housed Les Mills was torn down back in 2014 and, back then, there were plans for a retail and office space to be built.

Fast-forward to May 2018 and the Hamilton City Council has now approved a hotel development for the vacant site.

By all accounts, the project is at a “sensitive” stage so not many of the finer details will be divulged however it has been confirmed that the development will comprise of a 13 storey building offering hotel rooms, serviced apartments, commercial space and a restaurant.  Parking for the building will be provided by basement carparking.

The site fronts Victoria Street however there has been mention of a link between Victoria and Barton Streets that could possibly be a laneway café or retail zone.

It has been estimated that the entire development could take at least 30 weeks from excavation starting.

For further information about what this development could contain, click here to read the full Stuff article written by Libby Wilson.

 

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