DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Downtown Dayton could be getting a new hotel at the corner of Monument Avenue and Patterson Boulevard according to the Dayton Business Journal.
Located in the Water Street district the plan is set for a seven-story, 115-room hotel. Details on the square footage and dollar figure for the new development has not been finalized.
Jason Woodard, of Woodard Real Estate Resources, said Marriott has awarded a Fairfield Inn and Suites franchise for the downtown mixed-use district under construction. The hotel will be on the northeast corner of Monument Avenue and Patterson Boulevard, immediately south of the 50,800-square-foot office building completed there last year.
“Marriott is excited about what we’re doing,” Woodard said. “They’re comfortable with the market and the experience of the operator. We’re in a position to make it go.”
According to our partners, the Dayton Business Journal, the developers are still considering amenities for the hotel, but it could include a pool and a bar and restaurant area.
“There’s a lot of potential for downtown with the active business community,” Woodard said. “Anything bringing more traffic there is good for us.”
This comes as the $70 million development — including the $45 million Water Street flats, office building and parking garage, as well as a $25 million renovation of the Delco Builidng across the street — continues in earnest, Woodard said.