Artist rendering of proposed DoubleTree Hotel 17th Floor Addition. Artist rendering of proposed DoubleTree Hotel 17th Floor Addition. Architects Lewis + Whitlock, PA
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Location: 101 S Adams Street, Tallahassee, FL 32301

Status: PROPOSED

Owner: IB Tallahassee, LLC

Design: Architects Lewis + Whitlock, PA

Contractor: Mad Dog Construction

Website: ONLINE

ETA: TBD

Value of Improvements: TBD

Description: One of Architects Lewis + Whitlock’s most ambitious projects, referred to in its design studio as the Seventeenth Floor, offers a different perspective of Tallahassee. A 1-story addition above the 16-floor Doubletree Hotel at Park Ave. and Adams St., the project offers guests the opportunity to eat, drink, and enjoy the company of others from 17 floors above the city. The DoubleTree hotel sits on a .980 acre parcel. The structure was originally constructed in 1972 as a Hilton Hotel and contains a total of 239,078 SF (suites and parking garage). A remodel of the existing building was completed in 2015.

 

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Re: DoubleTree 17th Floor Addition -- chudan
2018 Jan 04 01:22:43 PM
The flip side of that may be that Doubletree is in a bit of a 'panic' (may not be right word, but...) over all these new destination hotels popping up. They have ruled the downtown roost for a while now, but that is about to change. Doubletree operators may see it as a necessary 'optic' to stay hip and in the game with the new kids on the block.

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Last modified on Friday, 27 October 2017 14:51
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Re: DoubleTree 17th Floor Addition -- chudan
2018 Jan 04 01:22:43 PM
The flip side of that may be that Doubletree is in a bit of a 'panic' (may not be right word, but...) over all these new destination hotels popping up. They have ruled the downtown roost for a while now, but that is about to change. Doubletree operators may see it as a necessary 'optic' to stay hip and in the game with the new kids on the block.

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