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The past Loews Denver Hotel in Glendale module reopen this start as a Hyatt Place after $10 meg in improvements, Hyatt Hotels Corp. declared Wednesday.


The Chicago-based hotel consort (NYSE: H) said that a Hyatt affiliate has entered into a concern commendation with newborn owners DiNapoli Capital Partners and Rockwood Capital to sort the property.


The 11-story hotel, at 4150 E. river Ave. meet easterly of river Boulevard, module be titled Hyatt Place Denver/Cherry Creek.


San Jose, Calif.-based DiNapoli is a actual realty assets and direction concern that also owns the Hotel Teatro in downtown Denver.


The Denver Business Journal reported in January that the Loews concept had been oversubscribed by New royalty City-based Loews Hotels & Resorts and was to be winking for renovation.


The understanding toll reportedly was $11.2 million.


The property, shapely in 1986, was originally famous as the Giorgio.


After remodeling, the hotel module feature 194 rooms, 3,000 conservativist feet of gathering and duty space, liberated Wi-Fi, a shape edifice and 24-hour matter service, Hyatt said.


Hyatt’s declaration did not inform some plans to keep the hotel’s Toscana Restaurant.


Hyatt Place is a sort familiarised toward playing travelers, with hotels typically settled in cityfied and suburban areas and nearby airports.


There are currently Hyatt Place hotels nearby Denver International Airport, in the Denver Tech Center and in Lone histrion nearby Park Meadows mall, according to Hyatt’s website.


Also, a 21-story hotel that White Lodging Services Corp. plans to physique at 14th Street and Glenarm Place in downtown Denver is to be threefold branded as a Hyatt Place and Hyatt House.


The past Loews Hotel is alongside, but removed from, the Rocky Mountain Tower duty building, nicknamed by locals the Darth Vader antiquity because of its resemblance to the “Star Wars” villain. The shape was sometimes incorrect for the hotel because it carried a Loews sign.



Mark Harden directs indicant and digital programme noesis for the Denver Business Journal and writes for the “Broadway & 17th” blog. Email: mharden@bizjournals.com. Phone: 303-803-9227.





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