Hotel & Leisure Advisors prepared a market feasibility analysis for the 120-room full-service hotel project.
BY ERIC CAPRONI/DIGITAL PRODUCER/CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER
Published May 28, 2014
The city of Sharonville is signing a deal today that will allow work to begin on a $14 million, 120-room first-class hotel at its convention center.
City officials will sign a memorandum of understanding with Rolling Hills Hospitality Group because they believe a hotel is necessary to boost economic impact of the convention center by providing lodging on site.
“While our event business has grown significantly since the expansion, our convention and tradeshow customers have continually communicated their need for a first-class hotel that is attached to our center,” convention center executive director Jim Downton said.
Rolling Hills and city officials are working to secure a national hotel chain for the site. Once ground is broken, construction at theSharonville Convention Center, on Chester Road, is expected to take 16 months. To read entire article, click here.