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Airport Hotel Has Name; Work Started

May 29, 2014, 4:10 PM by Angela Kennecke

Airport Hotel Has Name; Work Started
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

The $5 million hotel to be built at the Sioux Falls airport will be called the AeroStay Hotel.   Land work has already gotten underway at the airport and the old cargo building has been removed.

It will be built and run by U.S. Hotel & Resort Management, which manages Ramkota and ClubHouse Suites properties.  The company is now taking bids on the project and plans to start building in June.  

When complete in about 10 months, the hotel will have 76 rooms. The company will pay the airport eight percent of hotel revenue as rent.

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