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Judge OKs bankrupt downtown San Jose hotel’s revamp, reopening looms

SAN JOSE — A decide on Wednesday accepted a program to financially revamp a bankrupt downtown San Jose lodge, clearing the way for the lodging elaborate to reopen and be operated as a Signia Hilton model.

The stop of the individual bankruptcy scenario will help the 805-area Fairmont Lodge to open up its doorways once again underneath the new title Signia Hilton San Jose.

“We have the appropriate brand name and the suitable workforce,” said Sam Hirbod, the principal operator of the hotel, which is positioned at 170 S. Market place St. in San Jose. “We are amazingly self-assured in Hilton’s approach to hospitality, their comprehension of this asset, and their marketplace awareness.”

The resort has been shut considering that March in the wake of coronavirus-connected economic jolts and a battle with the hotel’s previous operator.