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Niagara Falls hotel scheme moves forward

3 Jun 16 Financing has been secured for a project to build the $35m (£23.5m) Hyatt Place Hotel in Niagara Falls in the US state of New York.

State governor Andrew Cuomo announced that Hamister Group is moving forward with its plan to build the 10,300m2, 128-room hotel, which will be area’s first non-casino new development of this scale in more than 40 years.

Hamister Group will have a groundbreaking in late June at the city-owned site. The general contractor is R&P Oak Hill and construction is scheduled to take 15 months.

“Niagara Falls is one of New York State’s greatest tourism assets and by building these high-quality accommodations, we are showcasing the region’s beauty to even more visitors,” said Cuomo. “This project will support jobs, attract private investment and offer new economic opportunities throughout the region. I am proud to see this project under way and encourage residents and visitors alike to take a trip and experience all this region has to offer for themselves.”

The project will also include 1,350m2 of meeting and banquet space - including an outdoor patio - on the top floor and nearly 650m2 of retail space.

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