Plans have been announced for the construction of a new four-story, 122-room hotel on the south side of Mesa, Arizona.
The structure will go up on a 5-acre site at 1911 South Mesa Drive, off the 300 and 400 blocks of East Baseline Road, and will be branded as a Woodspring Suites Hotel.
The roughly 48,000 square-foot structure will also include a guest laundry area, gym, and parking spaces for 131 vehicles.
According to city documents, the hotel, as designed by the Phoenix-based Gilmore Planning & Landscape Architecture, will “complement the existing buildings in this area as much as possible,” with a landscape design utilizing a “lush desert plant palette.”
The structure will be comprised of stone, stucco and glass, with three colors of stucco used to “further break down the scale and add interest to the building façade.”
Woodspring Suites, with nearly 300 locations nationally, advertises itself as extended stay hotels, featuring living room and kitchen space, and has long been prominent in the Midwest and South.
The company, however, has also been growing its footprint in the West. It currently has nearly two dozen locations in Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico.
An exact construction schedule for the new Mesa hotel has not yet been announced.
By Garry Boulard
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