Article posted on April 27, 2015 by HotelBusiness.com
With construction progressing on Hyatt Place Galleria and Hyatt Regency Galleria, developer Songy HighRoads recently revealed that the projects would open later this year.
The 325-key Hyatt Regency Hotel Houston Galleria located at the northwest corner of Sage Rd. and West Alabama Rd. has topped out. Designed by Gensler, the hotel will feature 350 sq.-ft. luxury guestrooms, 20 suites, 15,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, and a large fitness center overlooking the pool deck. The hotel is 14 stories and will total 260,000 sq. ft. Hyatt Place Houston Galleria, a 156-room select-service hotel located next door will be delivered in the fourth quarter of this year.
Atlanta-based Songy HighRoads is developing both hotels, while Aimbridge Hospitality will manage them.
Songy HighRoads purchased the former Galleria Plaza in March of 2013, which included two office buildings, a multi-tenant retail building and two stand-alone retail properties totaling 425,000 sq. ft. The 7.6-acre site is directly across Sage Rd. from Galleria Mall.
In addition to the Houston hotels, Songy HighRoads has just converted an 11-story office building into Hyatt Place Washington, D.C./Downtown/K Street, just two blocks from the White House.
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