Developer To Build High-Rise Hotel In Downtown Kansas City

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A Tennessee developer plans to build a 257-room hotel in the Crossroads Arts District, the first significant new hotel project in downtown Kansas City since the Vista International opened in 1985. Chartwell Hospitality LLC plans to break ground early next year on a 10-story building that would house two hotel franchises, a Marriott Courtyard and a Residence Inn. The project would include a 166-space garage and, in a rare approach, the developer will not seek city tax incentives for the project.

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