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El Paso's $85 million WestStar Tower office building should be finished by summer 2020

Vic Kolenc, El Paso Times Published 8:00 a.m. MT June 21, 2018 | Updated 11:53 a.m. MT June 21, 2018

The construction of the $85 million, 18-story WestStar Tower office building will begin in about two weeks.

That's the projected start time after many of the city's business and government leaders celebrated the project's symbolic groundbreaking on a hot Wednesday morning under a white tent on a blacktop parking lot at 601 N. Mesa St. and Missouri Avenue, where the building will be constructed.
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That address was scaring me for a second. I thought they were going to have to tear down the Coffee Box. Thankfully, it's two blocks away on Mesa St.
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New Downtown hotel welcomes first guests

The 9-story high-rise a first in more than 35 years

The Courtyard by Marriott Downtown El Paso hotel, the first privately-owned high-rise built in Downtown in more than 35 years, opened Friday.

Owned by El Paso businessmen Elma Carreto and Jim Scherr, the 151-room hotel features a pool deck, fitness center, lobby bar, meeting space and views of the Downtown ballpark. It also includes 100 parking spaces and a “magnificent” penthouse suite, according to a news release.
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Montecillo town center: New details, images revealed

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The investors behind the expansive urban community on the Westside called Montecillo are a step closer to realizing their longtime vision for the project’s town center.
The project cleared a hurdle Thursday when the City Plan Commission unanimously approved the developer’s subdivision plans for the town center – 20 acres of entertainment, retail, offices and housing.

It’ll offer “a new blend of commercial and residential spaces with a smart, modern twist,” the Montecillo website says.

EPT Land Communities, the developer behind Montecillo, declined to comment and no timelines are posted online.


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Snøhetta wins competition to design new El Paso Children's Museum

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Snøhetta is on a roll right now: besides being recently selected to lead the ambitious expansion of Omaha's Joslyn Art Museum, winning the competition for the renovation of the Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers in France yesterday, the firm was also just chosen as lead designer for the new $60 million El Paso Children’s Museum project.

An international architectural design competition launched by the museum and El Paso Community Foundation had invited three firms—TEN Arquitectos, KoningEizenberg, and Snøhetta—to submit concepts that could then be presented to the community as part of a public selection process.

The El Paso Children’s Museum hopes to reach children and families from El Paso, Ciudad Juarez, the American southwest, and the Mexican states of Chihuahua and Sonora.

Final designs for the museum are now in development, and completion is scheduled for late 2021.


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