Newcomer Associates designs High Hotels’ second Marriott hotel development in New Jersey

The new Mt. Laurel SpringHill Suites will introduce the brand’s latest design, which features contemporary décor

In March, Lancaster, Pa.-based High Hotels will open a SpringHill Suites by Marriott hotel at exit 40 of I-295 in the Laurel Corporate Center of Mt. Laurel, N.J. The 135 all-suite hotel will be owned and operated by High Hotels, and will be the latest addition to Laurel Corporate Center in Mt. Laurel, N.J., with more than 876,000 square feet of office space. Four new restaurants will also share the new hotel site, accessible by exit 40 of I-295 at NJ State Route 38.

The general contractor for the $17.9-million project is High Construction Company based in Lancaster Pa., and the architect is Newcomer Associates of Chambersburg, Pa.

The new Mt. Laurel SpringHill Suites will introduce the brand’s latest design, which features contemporary décor along with luxurious bedding and enhanced food and fitness choices.

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Each studio suite will have a dedicated workspace with a full-sized desk, separate soft seating area with a trundle-style sleeper sofa, flat screen LCD TV, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. Complimentary Wi-Fi will be offered throughout the hotel and business center.

Other features will include include a complimentary breakfast buffet, indoor pool, outdoor patio and fire pit, guest lounge, meeting facility, and 24-hour fitness center. There will also be a 24-hour convenience market.

This project marks High Hotels’ second Marriott brand hotel development in New Jersey.

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