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Apr 25

The Moxy (11th & Olive)

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Edited: Sep 9

 

This new hotel will be built on a current parking lot in Downtown. The lot is next door tot he LeMeridien/Majestic Hotel.

 

Developer: Hawkeye Hotels

Architect: Dynamik Design

Builder: TBA

Cost: $18,000,000

Floors 12

Height: 145FT

Rooms: 154

Construction Begin: Late 2019

Construction End: Sometime in 2021

This has been moving forward steadily. The LCRA approved the tax abatement request last month (90% for 10 years). Behind the scenes, Hawkeye has moved this up to be one of their higher priorities. Right now, they plan on tarting construction after the neighboring LeMeridien hotel is completed this Fall. The Moxy will create 40 full time jobs and 10 part time jobs.

Cost has risen to $18 Million. Supposedly, the project is now out to bid with contractors. They are hoping for a late 2019 start.

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