Oct
25

Two Downtown Charleston Hotels Approved by City

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– The Post and Courier

Two downtown hotel projects recently received the next nod they need to get construction started.

The city’s Board of Architectural Review gave its approval to a five-story property at Meeting and Wolfe streets originally proposed more than three years ago. The group also gave the go-ahead to an expansion at the Holiday Inn Historic District.

Tara Group, a Charlotte-based hospitality business, plans to build the first hotel on land it purchased in 2006 for $2.5 million. This time, the group’s proposal skirts the Burris Discount Beverages property that stalled its previous attempt when a tenant on the liquor store land refused to release its lease.

The Wolfe Street side will follow a historic brick pattern that blends in with surrounding buildings, but the Meeting Street side will flaunt a glass tower that gives a window into the lobby.

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