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 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