Construction contract awarded for San Diego extended stay project

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US: Level 3 Construction has won the contract to convert a 20-unit Dan Diego office building into a 21 unit extended stay hotel.

Solis Place is designed, owned, and will be operated by the Hotel Investment Group. Located in Old Town San Diego, overlooking Lindbergh field and the San Diego Bay, Solis Place will feature 21 furnished studio suites.

The building will receive a complete demolition of interior and exterior finishes, leaving only the existing exterior framing as a starting point for the property, which will open for winter 2016.

Built in 1965, the property was previously named the Intella II Building and used for office space and retail. Re-positioning the property will include a complete new plumbing configuration to provide full bathrooms and kitchenettes for each unit. A complete rewiring of the building will accommodate new lighting and services to satisfy the tech needs of today's traveler. The proper will feature fully furnished studio suites with flat screen TVs, kitchen appliances, and high speed Wi-Fi.

"Walking distance to the most authentic Mexican food and minutes away from Downtown San Diego and Mission Valley, we are thrilled about the location of this project. Our company is committed to guest satisfaction, and we designed Solis Place with a keen eye: USB plugs, Netflix streaming, relaxing color scheme, and quality furniture. We cannot wait to offer students and professionals modern, comfortable studios in the heart of Old Town," said Hotel Investment Group's project manager, Pooja Patel.   

Ian Mahon, president of Level 3 Construction, said: "We are excited about this project! It feels great to work on a project so close to home. In our business, boutique hotels give us the opportunity to showcase our craftsmanship and attention to all the small details. We love brand hotel projects, but boutique hotels are fun from a design perspective."


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