City Announces Plans For New Downtown Hotel
November 1, 2011, 1:36 PM
SIOUX FALLS, SD -
A hotel with more than 100 rooms will be built on the east bank in downtown Sioux Falls.
Tuesday afternoon, the city announced construction of a Hilton Garden Inn with conference space, a restaurant and possibly retail areas. It will be built by a development team that includes Paul Hegg of Hegg Companies, Craig Lloyd from Lloyd Companies and Al Schoeneman.
The hotel will go up at what's called the "River Ramp redevelopment site." Removing of the 50-year-old parking ramp is scheduled to begin in 2012. It's part of Phase II of the greenway project.
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