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Tower Complex Could Be Razed for a 40-Foot-Tall Hotel

Tower Complex Could Be Razed for a 40-Foot-Tall Hotel

Plans to raze the two-story Fisherman’s Wharf “Tower Complex” on the Northwest corner of North Point and Taylor are in the works. And as proposed a five-level hotel, with a sunken bottom floor, could rise up to 40 feet in height upon the 2629 Taylor Street site. Designed by... Read More »

Major Hotel Expansion Redesigned and Closer to Reality

Major Hotel Expansion Redesigned and Closer to Reality

While the mass of the proposed four-story addition to rise upon the parking lot of the Fisherman’s Wharf Holiday Inn at 1300 Columbus Avenue hasn’t really changed, its façade has been completely redesigned following Planning’s preliminary feedback to the project team. And the formal application to move forward with... Read More »

Planning Seeks More Celebratory Design for Big Hotel Expansion

Planning Seeks More Celebratory Design for Big Hotel Expansion

Built in 1971, with a total of 342 hotel rooms and 220 parking spaces on its nearly two-acre parcel at 1300 Columbus Avenue, plans to add 174 new rooms to the Fisherman’s Wharf Holiday Inn have been drawn. As designed by Axis/GFA Architecture, the proposed 4-story addition would primarily... Read More »

Plans For Hotel To Replace Ginsberg’s Pub Move Forward

Plans For Hotel To Replace Ginsberg’s Pub Move Forward

Slightly redesigned with an open trellis on the second floor deck and a non-operable window on the north side of the fourth floor event space to provide more of a sound buffer between the project and adjacent building, the proposed four-story “Rainflower” hotel to rise on the corner of... Read More »