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Date:
January 10, 2017
For More Information Contact:
Diane Gonzolas, Citizen Information Center, 402-441-7831
Dallas McGee, Urban Development Dept., 402-441-7857
Nicolas Castaneda, Kindler Hotel, 632-326-6148
Dana Walsh, Lincoln Commercial Club, 415-554-0505

Redevelopment at 11th and "P" to Include Hotel

Mayor Chris Beutler today announced that a new project will involve the major renovation of two buildings at 11th and "P" streets. A group of three developers plans to add three new floors to the four-story building at 216 N. 11th Street to create a new boutique hotel and to make improvements to the adjoining Commercial Club building at 200 N. 11th Street.

"This project is significant for several reasons," said Mayor Beutler. "It represents a major investment in two of downtown Lincoln's older buildings and includes the restoration of many historic elements. It's a great addition to the vibrant 'P' Street retail corridor. And it continues the momentum that is taking our downtown to an exciting new level."

The $10 million project includes the following:

The two buildings would be tied together with new elevators and infrastructure, and a skywalk across the alley would connect the new hotel to the Que Place Parking Garage.

The development team includes the following:

Local architect and design specialist Gill Peace of Peace Studio Architects is the project's architect.

The Lincoln-Lancaster County Planning Commission will have a public hearing at its January 18 meeting on an amendment to the Downtown Redevelopment Plan for the project. The Commission's recommendation will then go to the City Council for public hearing and vote. The City Council would also review and vote on the proposed redevelopment agreement for the project. Developers hope to begin construction this spring, with completion expected in the summer of 2018.


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