WHG Companies to manage Cobblestone in Greenville, Pa.

Cobblestone Hotels

Cobblestone Hotels, an upper-midscale hotel brand, began construction on the Cobblestone Hotel & Suites, Greenville, Pa.

“We’re pleased to be getting underway with our 9th project in Pennsylvania. Our very first hotel in Pa. broke ground in the fourth quarter of 2013, so to see this continued momentum for our brand in this great state is truly rewarding," said Brian Wogernese, CEO of Cobblestone Hotels.

The Cobblestone Hotel & Suites, Greenville, Pa., will have 54 guestrooms and plans to open in March, 2017. It will be located at 81 Hadley Road. 


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“It is our pleasure to be part of the Greenville Cobblestone Hotel investor group," said Tom Kennedy president of Professional Development Associates. "We look forward to the synergy that we expect to come from connecting Greenville to our Cobblestone Hotels in Erie, Harborcreek, Corry and the rest of the growing network.” 

"I'm very excited to be part of a group that is dedicated to the continued growth and economic development of the Greenville area,” said investor Joel McDowell.

The hotel will be built by BriMark Builders and managed by WHG Companies. Amenities at the property will include high-speed Internet access, a complimentary hot breakfast, convenience store, fitness center, business centers and an on-site beer & wine bar.

Cobblestone Hotels is based in Neenah, Wis., and is an upper-midscale hotel brand with over 78 hotels open or under construction with another 50 in development.  

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