April 26, 2018
EVEN/Staybridge opens in SLU
InterContinental Hotels Group, or IHG, operates both brands. Company CEO Elie Maalouf said in a statement, “This project demonstrates the strong momentum for two of IHG’s growing brands and shows our commitment to expanding to high-profile markets.”
Noble Investment Group was a partner in the project, which also includes Cork & Kale cafe, a gym, meeting space, amenities and 91 underground parking spaces.
A Noble-related LLC bought the site in 2015 for almost $12.9 million from the Lowen family. Exxel Pacific was the general contractor. Architects were Murphy Varey PS and Jonathan Nehmer + Associates of Rockville, Maryland. The hotel replaced a warehouse once occupied by Ducky’s Office Furniture.
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