Providence Hospitality chosen to manage future Denver hotel

Greeley Hotel

Providence Hospitality Partners of Denver has been hired to operate the planned Lincoln Park Hotel & Conference Center in downtown Greeley, Colo. The hotel is expected to begin construction April 12.
 
The 147-room hotel will be six stories, and will include a pool and full-service restaurant. The tower is attached to the convention center, which will have 14,000 square feet of meeting space, including a 12,000-square-foot ballroom.
 
The development and ownership group behind the project is made of Scott Ehrlich; brothers Dick and Charlie Monfort, owners of the Colorado Rockies; Bob Tointon; the Richardson Family and more.
 
Negotiations between the developers and the city of Greeley are ongoing, but the developers hope to bring the project before the Greeley City Council at its regular meeting on April 5.  
 
Construction costs for the project are estimated at $20 million. Hensel Phelps will be heading construction of the hotel. 

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