Sep
20

Downtown Charleston Hoteliers Worry about Oversaturation, Higher Rates

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– The Post and Courier

From the old federal building on Meeting Street to the vacant library on Marion Square and the lot next to the round Holiday Inn on Savannah Highway, developers have laid plans for new hotels around downtown and just off the peninsula.

A long-stalled project at Meeting and Wolfe streets beside Burris Discount Beverages should start to take shape as a five-story hotel by year’s end, blending traditional brick with a contemporary glass tower.

Blocks away the Holiday Inn Historic District at Meeting and Calhoun streets reopens as a Courtyard by Marriott in March and adds 50 rooms to its offerings next fall.

Other proposals still remain in the earliest phases of city approval and years from completion.

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