United States : KEY WEST Hoteliers purchases contiguous property, seeks development worth $10 million.
Stratergies to include 14 rooms to the 27-room Marquesa Hotel on Simonton Street are going ahead their way by Key West's different government boards.
The city's Tree Commission was slated to vote on landscaping work, that comprises of eliminating 6 Montgomery palm trees and 11 thatch palm trees.
The $10 million budget on Marquesa's other rooms is a culmination of the hotel owners taking over nearby property in the coming years, as per co-owner Erik deBoer.
The hotel claims the William Kerr house on Simonton Street and the Pilot House Guesthouse at Bahama and Simonton streets.
The 14 units might be split between those buildings, with development slated to start in January.
deBoer said, "The thing is going to function as an expansion of the Marquesa."
Plans comprise of a laundry unit, check-in lobby and elevator.
The Planning Board sanctioned huge upgrade plans.
The property still requires Historical Architectural Review Commission and City Commission sanction.
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|Date:||Nov 17, 2015|
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