Los Angeles developer plans to restore historic Albuquerque hotel


AN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN HOTEL IS UNDERGOING A MAJOR TRANSFORMATION. LOS ANGELES- BASED ARRIVE HOTEL AND RESTAURANTS PLANS TO INVEST 22-MILLION-DOLLARS INTO THE HOTEL BLUE AT 8TH AND CENTRAL. THE ROUTE 66 LANDMARK OPENED BACK IN 1965 AS DOWNTOWNER MOTOR INN. THE PLAN IS TO RESTORE THE SIX- STORY, 75-THOUSAND SQUARE-FOOT BUILDING TO ITS ORIGINAL HISTORIC EXTERIOR. PLANS ALSO INCLUDE 135 GUEST ROOMS, A COFFEE SHOP BAR, AND A FOOD TRUCK PARK. The hotel will be open to the community not just to those that are actually staying in the hotel. so the swimming pool what i understand there will be access to the local community. NEON SIGNAGE WILL ALSO PAY HOMAGE TO HISTORIC ROUTE 66.

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