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Dual hotels to take up space at renovated Park Central mixed-use development in Phoenix

Oct 11, 2022, 4:15 AM

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(Plaza Companies Rendering)

(Plaza Companies Rendering)

PHOENIX — Dual hotels are coming to the renovated mixed-used Park Central development in Phoenix.

Construction on the Home2 Suites and Tru by Hilton hotels will start before the end of the year at the complex on Third Avenue between Thomas and Osborn roads, developer Plaza Companies said in a press release.

The hotels will add a total of 207 guest rooms on five stories across 105,000 square feet.

Features from both brands will be implemented into the space.

Home2 Suites is known for being a pet-friendly, extended stay hotel with free breakfast and several other amenities for guests who plan to stay for a while.

The Tru by Hilton portion will have interactive, semi-private work spaces, game rooms, multimedia areas and a market where guests can grab food and drink.

Plans for the dual hotels were originally announced before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic but had been paused due to economic conditions at the time.

The new Park Central, which was Phoenix’s first shopping mall, has 450,000 square feet of Class A low-rise office space available for lease as part of its transformation.

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Dual hotels to take up space at renovated Park Central mixed-use development in Phoenix