In Wauwatosa, construction is in progress to change over an office tower at Mayfair mall into a Marriott-marked Renaissance Hotel that will open by summer in the upcoming year 2020.
Milwaukee-based HKS Holdings LLC is developing the project with national hotel builder and manager Concord Hospitality Enterprises of Raleigh, N.C. They plan to convert and expand the vacant 11-story, 150,000-square-foot office building into a 196-room hotel with 12 floors.
In the state, it is going to be the foremost Renaissance hotel with a chef-driven destination restaurant. It as well will feature a rooftop event space, with an outdoor terrace, to attract weddings & other events.
Mark Laport, president, and CEO of Concord said, on future ventures, we seem further on to working jointly as part of an elongated and productive alliance.
With a huge accumulation of Marriott hotels east of the Mississippi River, Concord is a national hotel developer and manager. He operates 160 Renaissance hotels global, as well as four in the Chicago area. To the Wisconsin market, it’s It is a fresh name. As of now, it is tabbed to deal with the Renaissance Hotel in Wauwatosa and the new Cambria Hotel under construction on North Plankinton Avenue in downtown Milwaukee, which is to open this midyear.
For the Renaissance hotel and its restaurant, the 50 / Fifty Group will serve as a food and beverage consultant. The Chicago company’s hometown businesses comprise Roots Pizza and West Town Bakery, together with numerous higher-end restaurants.
From the year 2015, when it started moving inhabitants out of the office building, Mayfair owner Brookfield Property Partners LP has intended to renew that corner at Mayfair Road and North Avenue. However, it planned to demolish the tower to construct two chain restaurants in the year 2017. Uncle Julio’s & Seasons 52 are the names of those two restaurants. HKS Holdings’ consider modernizing the obtainable office building for a hotel surfaced later.
This April, HKS Holdings LLC intends to open the SpringHill Suites by Marriott hotel it created at the close by Milwaukee County Research Park in Wauwatosa. Moreover, HKS Holdings as well developed the Kimpton Journeyman Hotel in Milwaukee’s 3rd Ward, the Global Water Center and the MKE Lofts in the historic Posner Building on Plankinton Avenue.
HKS Holdings also said that this hotel will target business travelers who would like to be in Wauwatosa but are living in such communities as Brookfield, Menomonee Falls & Waukesha.