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Battle Creek high-rise gets new paint, windows as part of $59M renovation

Excavators clear rubble and dust at the website of the previous McCamly Plaza atrium in front of the previous McCamly Resort on Thursday, June 16, 2022 in Struggle Creek, Mich. The perform is component of a $59 million renovation of the property.

Regardless of the recent warmth wave, exterior work continued this 7 days at the former McCamly Plaza Hotel in downtown Struggle Creek.

Gone is the McCamly Plaza Hotel lettering that was affixed to the side of the 16-tale higher-increase, which is going through a $59-million rebrand and renovation which is anticipated to be comprehensive by the third quarter of 2023.

The 239-place hotel, designed in 1981, will work as a DoubleTree by Hilton, managed by Zeeland-centered 6PM Hospitality Associates, at the time renovations are full.

Crews install new windows on the upper floors of a 16-story skyrise hotel on Thursday, June 16, 2022 in Battle Creek, Mich. The work is part of a $59 million renovation of the former McCamly Plaza Hotel.

Crews set up new home windows on the higher flooring of a 16-story skyrise resort on Thursday, June 16, 2022 in Struggle Creek, Mich. The do the job is element of a $59 million renovation of the previous McCamly Plaza Resort.

Crews have painted much of the structure gray and, Thursday, could be seen installing new windows. A new roof will later be extra as portion of the exterior do the job.

50 Cash Ave. Improvement Corp. — an affiliate of Fight Creek Limitless, the nonprofit financial enhancement arm for the town of Battle Creek — gained ownership of the property in November 2020 adhering to a lawsuit towards its prior entrepreneurs for failure to meet up with deadlines in rebranding the resort into a DoubleTree by Hilton. The hotel has been not been open since November 2019.

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This report originally appeared on Fight Creek Enquirer: BC superior-increase hotel gets new paint, home windows amid $59M renovation