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Old May 28th, 2016, 09:46 AM   #1
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PHOENIX | Luhrs City Center Marriott | 72m | 236ft | 19 fl | U/C

$80 million Marriott hotel coming to downtown Phoenix

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An $80 million hotel stamped with two Marriott brands is slated to break ground this spring within the historic Luhrs block in downtown Phoenix, the California developer told me this week.
After some recession-induced delays, Irvine, Calif.-based Hansji Urban is moving forward with the 19-story project at a time when nearby hotel development has been picking up.

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Now under on the northwest corner of Central Avenue & Madison Street in downtown Phoenix, the all-new Luhrs City Center Marriott is a 19-story, 320-room hotel scheduled for completion in 2017. Designed to blend seamlessly with its historic neighbors while still offering state-of-the art guests amenities, the hotel will house two brands: a Courtyard by Marriott and a Residence Inn by Marriott, which will share a lobby and other amenities, such as the fourth-floor pool. When finished in 2017, Luhrs City Center Marriott will complete the Hansji Corporation’s decade-long preservation and revitalization efforts of this landmark city block housed between Central and First Avenues & Jefferson and Madison Streets.

http://www.luhrscitycenter.com/future/

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Old June 2nd, 2016, 05:31 AM   #2
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That is a nice urban design for Phoenix!

Renderings from the architects website.






The project is a multi phase project which will also include another 26 story, 400 room hotel and a 33 story office and condo tower. This render is of a taller building.

http://www.acrma.com/portfolio/luhrs-city-center/
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Looks awful.
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Looks awful.
I agree it is hideous isn't it? To think the city allowed this crap to go up right next to beautiful Phoenix landmarks makes me pissed. At least it isn't as overwhelming and huge as the Sheraton.
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I wish there was more sensibility to surrounding buildings in US cities like Phoenix, especially when the environment boasts with beautiful ensembles in classical styles like Beaux Arts and Art Deco. They could at least go for stone facades.
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