Hotels are RisingJul 23 2015 · 0 comments · Hospitality, NISHKIAN MENNINGER ·0
As the economy continues to grow, the next construction boom is underway. Currently, the Nishkian teams are designing multiple hotel projects in the bay area and in popular vacation destinations. Three ski lodges, three Silicon Valley hotels, and one adjacent to AT&T park are in various stages of development in the Nishkian offices.
At 144 King Street in San Francisco, a 12 story, 132 room boutique hotel is currently under construction. The site is directly across the street from the home of the world champion Giants. Tourism in San Francisco has steadily increased over the last few years, and this hotel will provide much needed rooms to the part of the city that has seen the most development.
In Palo Alto, The Clement will have only 23 rooms, but will be ultra-luxury. At 711 El Camino Real, the rooms will cater to those wanting to stay in between the downtown area on University Avenue and Stanford University. The four story hotel will boast 650 sq. ft. rooms, a rooftop pool, and other amenities. Opening is scheduled for Fall of 2015.
The Yellowstone Club in Big Sky Montana has seen enormous growth since 2010 and are currently developing a village core, adding more amenities for its growing list of members. The Yellowstone Club Village Core plans include a family lounge, locker rooms, retail space, ski shop services, restaurants, and much more. Still in the development stage, the new structures will provide much more space for the growing community.
Along with the three structures above, Nishkian Menninger and all the Nishkian offices continue to design outstanding structures for the hospitality industry. We continue to see more and more hotels and other amenity buildings under development, and want to continue to play a significant role in the construction of more.