Marcus Hotels, Shamrock Development to build Omaha Marriott

Marriott Omaha

Marcus Hotels & Resorts and Shamrock Development of Nebraska are working together to build a new Marriott in Omaha.

Omaha’s Marriott Capitol District Hotel is scheduled to open late 2017. The full-service, 333-room hotel will be 12 stories and located at Capitol Avenue and 10th Street. The Capitol District site will also include 218 luxury rental apartments, Class A office space, a 525-car garage and 90,000 square feet of retail space.

The Capital District development is being constructed for $205 million, and is located in downtown Omaha across the street from the CenturyLink Arena & Convention Center and TD Ameritrade Park. The Marriott hotel will also have 16,500 square feet of meeting space, an additional 16,500 square feet of pre-function space and an 11,000-square-foot ballroom. Other amenities at the hotel include a roof top swimming pool with bar/entertainment area, a full-service restaurant, two bars, coffee shop in the lobby, a fitness center overlooking the hotel pool, a parking garage and personalized concierge service.

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"The Capitol District development will bring a new energy and synergy to the city’s downtown and we are thrilled to bring Marriott and Marcus Hotels’ tradition of extraordinary service and personalized hospitality to residents and visitors alike," said Mike Moylan, president and CEO of Shamrock Development.

Marcus Hotels & Resorts is a minority investor in the project and will manage the 12-story high-rise hotel.

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