The seven-story, 226 key hotel is a Marriott dual brand property mixed use project in Tampa.
Ground up new construction and sitework package for the Aloft/Element hotel in Tampa, Florida. The structure is six stories of block and plank over steel on the first level.
226 Key hotel
24,000 sf of Retail Space
Dual Brand Hotel
The seven-story, 226 key hotel is a Marriott dual brand property that serves as the hospitality component of the much publicized Midtown Tampa mixed use project. The project had an aggressive schedule, which was met, in order to open for the Super Bowl. The hotel has a fabulous top level which includes full height glass walled prefunction and flexible meeting space, restaurant, indoor/outdoor bar, and pool.
The project also features a fitness center, and on the street level, a jump lobby for the hotel and 24,000 sf of retail space.
Dear David, As I shared on site as we opened the Aloft/Element, our investors expect us to execute our hotel projects within the financial projections established and your teams have played a large role in helping us deliver within the construction cost targets promised. It was a tremendous effort by the Concord and Kellogg & Kimsey teams to complete this amazing hotel on time so we could have a packed house for the week of the Super Bowl. Our hotel is a special part of this unique mixed-use project. Thank you for being a trusted business partner for Concord.Mark Laport, President and CEO – Concord Hospitality