New Hyatt Place Hotel Coming to Cornerstone
Coral Springs, FL – The City of Coral Springs Economic Development Office (EDO) and Predesco Property Investments, LLC are excited to announce plans for a state-of-the-art Hyatt Place hotel for the Cornerstone development in Downtown Coral Springs.
Regarding the addition of the Hyatt Place brand coming to Cornerstone in Downtown Coral Springs, Rod Sheldon, President of Predeso Property Investments, LLC, said, “The new Hyatt Place hotel will be the crown jewel of Downtown Coral Springs. With plans for a rooftop bar and state-of-the-art amenities, residents and visitors will flock to the heart of the city to experience all the hotel has to offer.”
The Hyatt Place hotel will be developed by ADËLON Capital. ADËLON is a vertically integrated real estate investment, development, and asset management firm headquartered in South-Florida and with a branch office in Mexico City. Guillermo Buitano, CEO and Founder of ADËLON Capital, said, “We are very excited to be a part of this project and part of the development of Downtown Coral Springs.” Jonathan Cohen Rabinovitz, Founder and Co-Chairman, added, “We strongly believe that Hyatt Place Coral Springs, our thirty-second hotel, will add value to the city and to our hospitality portfolio.”
The hotel will be managed by AD1 Management, one of the fastest-growing providers of property management in the industry throughout Florida and the East Coast. Daniel Berman, Founder and President of AD1 Management, said, “We have a great relationship with Hyatt, and we are very proud to add to our portfolio such an amazing property. Our commitment will be to create memorable stays and unforgettable experiences through exemplary management and service. By doing so we will contribute to enhancing Coral Springs as a destination.”
The demolition of the Financial Plaza is nearly complete, making way for the construction of Modera, a 352-unit luxury rental project by Mill Creek Residential. In addition to the residential construction and plans for the Hyatt Place hotel, Sheldon looks forward to the construction of a signature office building at the corner of Sample Road and University, as well as space for retail and entertainment.
Of the announcement, Kristi Bartlett Director of Economic Development, said “We are excited to welcome Hyatt Place Coral Springs as the next piece of the Cornerstone mixed-use development. The inclusion of an upscale, select service hotel adds to the downtown transformation and makes it a true destination in Coral Springs.”
The construction of Modera is expected to be completed by the start of Summer 2023 and construction on the Hyatt Place hotel will begin approximately six months later.
As new businesses and corporations sign contracts with Predesco Property Investments, LLC, the Office of Economic Development will jointly announce them through press releases with the developer. Stay informed about Cornerstone and other development projects through our Economic Development Office website.
The term “Hyatt” is used in this release for convenience to refer to Hyatt Hotels Corporation and/or one or more of its affiliates.
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