Alamo Manhattan, the builder that’s planning to redevelop the western corners of Zang and Davis, is proposing a 19-story hotel in Uptown.
The hotel would have 220 rooms and a conference center near Maple and Turtle Creek, according to the Dallas Morning News. The hotel project would require the city’s approval for increased density.
The News’ Steve Brown writes:
Alamo Manhattan is proposing the hotel project as it completes one Uptown project and prepares to begin construction in Oak Cliff.
Alamo Manhattan’s Stella apartments in Uptown, which has five stories and 210 apartment units, opened recently.
Construction is expected to begin in the next few weeks on the developer’s $57-million Oak Cliff project, which includes to buildings rising four stories with 216 apartments as well as first-floor shops and restaurants.
The hotel project, if approved, could begin in 2018 and would take about two years to build.