Hyatt Minneapolis renovation managed by JN+A

Jonathan Nehmer + Associates (JN+A) has announced that it has completed the renovation of the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Minneapolis, Minnesota. JN+A provided total project management services for the project, overseeing all design and construction activities for the $25 million renovation.

JN+A oversaw the transformation of the hotel’s 533 guestrooms, as well as the lobby, restaurants, lounge, and reception area. Stonehill & Taylor provided architecture and interior design services for the renovation.

The redesigned hotel is said to pay tribute to the “unique culture of Minnesota, with sleek mid-century Scandinavian décor highlighted by a spacious lobby featuring an expansive stone fireplace framed by rustic wooden logs”, as stated in the property’s website.

The property’s guestrooms offer views of the skyline, while providing modern amenities. Dining venues include Prairie Kitchen & Bar, which specializes in Scandinavian-inspired, locally grown and seasonal cuisine. Meanwhile, the property’s meeting facilities boast 74,000 square feet of meeting space with direct access to the Minneapolis Convention Center.

 

 

The Hyatt Regency Minneapolis marks the second successful renovation JN+A has completed with Douglas Greene, managing director, Haberhill LLC, in the Minneapolis area in the past five years.

The Hyatt Minneapolis is owned through a joint venture between Haberhill LLC, Starwood Capital, and Hyatt Hotels Corp.

JN+A, founded by Jonathan C. Nehmer, AIA in 1989, is an architecture, interior design, and construction project management firm. Based in Rockville, Maryland, the firm’s portfolio of hotel and resort destinations includes projects throughout the US and many international locations, including Asia, Europe, the Caribbean, Australia, South America, Mexico, and Canada.

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