Wednesday, April 17, 2013
$20 million makeover designed to modernize hotel.
The $20 million rehabilitation of the Hyatt Midtown, located at 125 10th Street between Peachtree and Juniper streets, is nearing completion. The 191-room hotel is getting a makeover inside and out as part of its planned changeover from the former Hotel Midtown to the Hyatt brand. Immovable Media captured some of the work that took place last week on the building, which is slated to reopen later this year. See also: Spring opening for former Hotel Midtown as Hyatt Atlanta Midtown
Monday, January 14, 2013
Originally built in 1986, the building’s exterior façade is losing its red brick, triangular bay windows, and green metal roof in favor of a more modern look of concrete composite and glass panels.
Our Midtown Patch Picture of the Day is of the former Hotel Midtown that Noble Investment Group is currently spending $20 million-plus in renovating and rebranding from an independent hotel to a full-service Hyatt. Hotel Midtown, located at 125 10th Street between Peachtree and Juniper streets, had been struggling with occupancy rates and the massive renovation is hoped to give a boost to the hotel originally constructed in the mid 80s. The 194-room Hyatt Atlanta Midtown is set to open in April and will become Hyatt Hotels Corp.’s first hotel in Midtown and Atlanta-based Noble Investment’s third. The others are the W hotel at 14th and Juniper streets and Residence Inn at 17th and Peachtree streets. Originally built in 1986, the building’s …
Friday, June 1, 2012
Dual-branded Hilton tops out; renovations begin on former Hotel Midtown; new bar opens at the Georgian Terrace.
Atlanta-based North Point Hospitality Group recently celebrated the topping out of the dual-branded Hilton Garden Inn and Homewood Suites by Hilton Midtown, the first dual-branded hotel to be developed in Atlanta. Construction began on the property in August 2011 and North Point has now officially laid the final beam to complete the highest exterior structure, with a scheduled opening in the first quarter of 2013. Both hotels are housed within a 12-story tower, under one roof. The hotels are located at the northeast corner of 10th and Williams streets and will enjoy tremendous visibility and easy access to and from the downtown connecter. Combined, the two hotels will have 228 units and will include meeting and conference facilities …