Even with the recent heat wave, exterior operate ongoing this week at the former McCamly Plaza Hotel in downtown Fight Creek.
Long gone is the McCamly Plaza Hotel lettering that was affixed to the aspect of the 16-tale significant-rise, which is undergoing a $59-million rebrand and renovation which is predicted to be complete by the 3rd quarter of 2023.
The 239-place lodge, built in 1981, will operate as a DoubleTree by Hilton, managed by Zeeland-dependent 6PM Hospitality Partners, once renovations are entire.
Crews have painted considerably of the structure gray and, Thursday, could be seen installing new windows. A new roof will later be included as portion of the exterior work.
50 Cash Ave. Growth Corp. — an affiliate of Fight Creek Limitless, the nonprofit financial growth arm for the metropolis of Fight Creek — gained ownership of the property in November 2020 following a lawsuit in opposition to its previous proprietors for failure to meet up with deadlines in rebranding the lodge into a DoubleTree by Hilton. The resort has been not been open since November 2019.
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