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Point Ruston lands hotel

Post by David Seago on Nov. 15, 2007 at 11:31 am with No Comments »
November 15, 2007 11:31 am

Mike Cohen, developer of the Point Ruston project on the old Asarco site at Ruston, has landed a “high-end” Silver Cloud hotel for his Commencement Bay site.


From a just-in press release:


The 150-room Point Ruston Silver Cloud Hotel will feature an upscale restaurant and lounge, conference facilities, swimming pool and exercise and spa facilities. Silver Cloud chief executive officer Jim Korbein estimates that the hotel will have 150 employees. The hotel building will sit adjacent to a waterfront plaza where three additional restaurants are planned.


Silver Cloud already operates a 90-room limited-service waterfront hotel in Old Town. We’re glad to see Cohen’s project moving forward. Public access to the waterfront and an public esplanade are key components of Cohen’s plans.

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