The proposed project involves development of a resort hotel, residential apartment complex and retail commercial space. The four-story hotel would include 92 guest suites with a 80-seat restaurant, 18,500 sf of retail commercial space and a banquet room for approx 240 guests. A total of 220 parking spaces would be provided in surface lots and a 165-space parking garage and surface parking areas. The proposed residential apartment complex would include 150 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom apartment units, varying in size from 800 to 1,700 sf, and a 3,000 sf administrative/community building, gym and pool. The residential development would include a total of 280 residential parking spaces, including 130 covered spaces, plus 30 guest spaces
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