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Old Posted Dec 8, 2017, 5:32 PM
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The Hampton Inn is starting to shape up nicely:

https://app.oxblue.com/open/mamortenson/phoenixhampton
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Does anyone have any way of getting info on the residential portion of this project? The initial news release said breaking ground in the 4th quarter of 2017. I just looked on the Phoenix building permits page under the Central Park East project number (06-1166) and no new permits are showing up.

Also, is there any way Obadano or a moderator can edit the first post to put the City of Phoenix project number in it for easy reference?
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The Hampton Inn is starting to shape up nicely:

https://app.oxblue.com/open/mamortenson/phoenixhampton
I'm going to be lazy and instead of researching just going to ask. Where is the parking for this hotel? I watched the time lapse video and realized it doesn't have any of it's own. I'm assuming its in Central Park East but did the developer design that building with enough parking for an additional hotel?
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I'm going to be lazy and instead of researching just going to ask. Where is the parking for this hotel? I watched the time lapse video and realized it doesn't have any of it's own. I'm assuming its in Central Park East but did the developer design that building with enough parking for an additional hotel?
The hotel will not have its own dedicated parking. This Hampton Inn will probably draw a large population of convention attendees who will take light rail, taxis, or rideshare to and from the airport and then walk to the convention center and restaurants. For those guests that do have cars with them, I assume there will be an arrangement with the garage that already serves the adjacent Westin hotel and the offices in the same tower.
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Any update on when the residential portion will start? Last I heard was 4th qt last year.
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Any update on when the residential portion will start? Last I heard was 4th qt last year.
Funny you brought this up. I was trying to find some news on this today, but there isn't any news yet. I think they are still waiting on permits.
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Old Posted Jan 9, 2018, 11:21 PM
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Funny you brought this up. I was trying to find some news on this today, but there isn't any news yet. I think they are still waiting on permits.
Yeah this guy is making me a little nervous. First casualty of this boom?
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Old Posted Jan 9, 2018, 11:30 PM
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Yeah this guy is making me a little nervous. First casualty of this boom?
Not at all. It will get built. Are we forgetting how long it's been taking for developments to get off the ground? Oh wait...the Link made us think differently!
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Any update on when the residential portion will start? Last I heard was 4th qt last year.
Good timing. Plan review filed today for the multi-family portion. 20 stories, 299 units, 226 parking, ground floor restaurant.
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Good timing. Plan review filed today for the multi-family portion. 20 stories, 299 units, 226 parking, ground floor restaurant.
Right on queue
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Great news!
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Seems like an awful lot of units for probably 15 stories of residential... roughly 20 units per floor. Is that lot even large enough?
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Seems like an awful lot of units for probably 15 stories of residential... roughly 20 units per floor. Is that lot even large enough?
We haven't seen a lot of details yet maybe its micro units? Mostly Studios? Maybe most of the parking is underground and the units start on the 2nd floor??

We will have to see.
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Old Posted Jan 10, 2018, 9:09 PM
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I'm very excited about this project, in particular. Really going to add to the density and foot traffic along central.
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Can someone post the plan review on this?
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Can someone post the plan review on this?
Here's what we have for publicly available documents:

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Here's what we have for publicly available documents:

Anyone in the know, how far out does this typically happen from construction beginning?
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Old Posted Jan 10, 2018, 10:55 PM
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That lot doesn't look very large. 299 units in a 20 floor building seems really dense.
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The Stewart will have over 300. So I think it sounds about right. Granted, the Stewart has a large footprint, but it is 19 floors vs 20 for this project. I guess it depends on how many levels are garage they build.
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Old Posted Mar 26, 2018, 7:37 PM
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It looks like the name is up on the hotel now.
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