Marriott Residence Inn
The hotel replaced local businesses Random Row Books, Cat Thrasher Photography, and City Clay pottery studio, which were all tenants in a now-demolished structure that had been owned by Bob Mooney.
The developer for the project is Charles Wendell. The architects are Clark Gathwright of Daggett + Grigg and Paul Lague of LLW Architects. The hotel will be seven stories tall, with two three-story wings on either side of a courtyard facing West Main Street.
There are 118 parking spaces.
The hotel opened in March 2016.
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Credit: Robert Pineo, Design Develop LLC
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