Spark, 3390 Valmont Road: A 140-room, "boutique" hotel to be part of a mixed-use redevelopment on the former Sutherlands lumberyard lot.
The stretch of Canyon Boulevard, which already includes the Boulder Marriott, could bulk up further in hotels as the result of another recent proposal.
The Embassy Suites features a 6,500-square-foot ballroom, a Brickstones restaurant and bar, a banquet kitchen and event plaza with a 6,500-square-foot ballroom, an event plaza.
Other hotels in the planning stages range in rooms from 100 to 150 and have been proposed as part of broader mixed-use projects such as Pearl Place, the recently announced spark development at Sutherlands lumberyard, and Baseline Zero, an eco-conscious development off 27th Way and.The proposal also includes public spaces such as an amphitheater."We worked really hard on this project, put our heart and soul and every dime into this project Sproul said, noting her sons installed the extensive backsplash in the bar area and did the tilework in the bathrooms.Whether all the hotels proposed for Boulder will come to fruition is something that will be dictated by market forces and those who are financially backing the projects, she said.

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The Buff's Jacqueline Sproul hopes that her restaurant gains some company on Canyon.
A 42,890-square-foot mixed-use commercial building with office and retail uses also is proposed.
"In the Denver-Boulder market, we fared very, very well during the last recession the travel, leisure (industry) was a strong leader out of the economy in this area she said.If the hotels move forward as planned, the formerly hotel-anchored Buff could benefit, she said.The move of The Buff restaurant comes as a pair of development proposals, which are moving through the city planning process, could end up planting three hotels along Canyon Boulevard between Folsom and 28th streets.Hyatt Place, 3151 Pearl Parkway: A 150-room jonge porno cam girl heather douche t-shirt zeep hotel under construction as part of the Depot Square at Boulder Junction development."It's the heart of the business district and there's strong demand for a modern hotel project said Jason Pomerantz, general counsel for NAI Shames Makovsky, a Denver-based commercial real estate firm that bought the Golden Buff property in October for 10 million.If the Golden Buff development gains the necessary approvals from the city, the two hotels and a neighboring 42,890-square-foot office building could be completed in 2016, architects behind the amended development plans wrote in an application submitted to the city in December.boulder's "healthy" occupancy rate, which closed out.5 percent in November, is helping to drive the increased hotel activity, said Mary Ann Mahoney, executive director at the Boulder Convention and Visitors Bureau.Shames Makovsky acquired the property from local developer Scott Pedersen.When the Hampton Inn Suites Boulder North opened in Gunbarrel last July, it was the first hotel to debut in Boulder since the 2005 arrival of the."In the last 18 years, the only days we've ever been closed (were) Christmas and Thanksgiving said Jacqueline Sproul, who has run The Buff with her husband and family since 1995.

Boulder Lodging LLC, an entity connected to Englewood-based Stonebridge Companies, submitted plans in November for a 171-room Residence Inn for the parking lot on the southwest corner of 26th and Canyon.
"In the short-term, the only (negative) thing is possibly the parking she said.
Late last week, the popular Boulder brunch spot settled in at 2600 Canyon Blvd., making a quick roam across the street from its previous home at the core of the now-shuttered Best Western Golden Buff Lodge.