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Old Posted Feb 11, 2016, 9:19 PM
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FORT WORTH | Marriott AC Hotel | FT | 14 FLOORS

Architect: Merriman Associates Architects
Type: Hotel
Location: Fifth & Main, Downtown
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This fourteen story building will be new construction, to house a Marriott AC hotel. The hotel will have 180 guest rooms, plus restaurant, bar and meeting functions. A roof top pool/amenity deck will also be part of the hotel. Retail space on the sides of the building, at grade level, will allow for a retail link to Sundance Square, which is a half a block away. The modern design uses a combination of materials to allow the new building to blend with the adjacent historic structures. The side is very urban and is 60’x 200’ in size.
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Old Posted Feb 11, 2016, 10:09 PM
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Some more info on this, across the street is an existing historic office building which is being converted to a 165 room Marriot Autograph hotel, so it's assumed that these projects are related.

This is the building being converted,


There's no timeline but it's been about a year since the first details of either hotel started coming out so perhaps something will happen soon.
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Old Posted Mar 3, 2017, 9:30 PM
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Developer shows plan for 15-story AC Hotel in downtown Fort Worth

Michele Wheeler, president and chief operating officer at Jackson-Shaw, said the company has the parking lot under contract and is conducting a due diligence review. She said the project is not a done deal yet and that issues surrounding electric utilities at the site have not been resolved.

Jackson-Shaw, though, received conceptual approval for a 218-room hotel Thursday from the Downtown Design Review Board. The developers will require other approvals to move forward with construction. Wheeler said there is no timeline for that.
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