Hendersonville Town Council Thursday night time agreed to stop negotiations for the construction of a resort on the Dogwood parking great deal in downtown.
City Supervisor John Connet explained personnel customers think its the finest move considering the fact that two new motels have already been permitted to be designed in downtown.
A park will likely be created there as a substitute, he mentioned. Council users liked the thought that Councilman Jeff Miller floated to them very last week of a “mini Central Park” on the whole lot.
The proposal for the Dogwood parking lot off Church Street and Fourth Avenue was for a multi-story resort. In March 2020, council customers voted 3-2 to provide the Dogwood lot for $1,098,000 for its development.
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Developer Blue Star Hospitality was working with the metropolis to purchase the home to develop the lodge. The $18-million undertaking called for a 100-place resort, 64 on-web site parking areas and a assembly house that can hold 200 to 250 people.
The Courthouse Inn, a five-story boutique lodge with a restaurant and meeting area, was approved by Town Council in December and will be developed on a vacant whole lot at 101 N. Church St. at the rear of the Historic Courthouse.
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The Cedars Lodge and Spa, at 211 Seventh Ave. W., is proposed to include things like two structures of at the very least 6 tales in height to property 132 hotel suites/condos, as well as underground parking decks for apartment entrepreneurs.