Imperial Beach City Council Approves Resolutions Allowing Hotel to Be Built on Vacant Land at Breakwater Plaza
Dec 18, 2017 01:26AM
By Paul Spear
The Imperial Beach City Council Approved Resolutions that
will Allow for the Building of a 101 Room Hotel on 1.4 Acres at the
West End of the Breakwater Town Center Located on the South Side of State Route
75/Palm Ave. Between 9th & 7th Streets during Wednesday Night's City
Council Meeting by Votes of 5 - 0.
With the approval of the resolutions Sudberry - Palm LLC can continue to move forward with the building of the 101-room hotel on 1.4 acres of the 4.75-acre lot at the Breakwater Commercial/Retail Center in Imperial Beach.
It is anticipated that they will own and operate the hotel with as a Hampton Inn with Tharaldson Hospitality Management LLC. (THM). The Hampton Inn is one of several high-quality hotels which is part of the Hilton Family of Hotels. Other names of hotels in the Hilton Family of Hotels include the Waldorf Astoria, Embassy Suites, Double Tree Inn, Homewood Suites and Hilton Garden Inn. All consider high quality, well run accommodations in the hospitality industry.
Sudberry Properties, the General Partner of Sudberry - Palm LLC is a San Diego based real estate development and asset management company that was established in 1979. It finished the first phase of the project earlier this year. The first phase of the development on the east end of the property is anchored by a Grocery Outlet and includes other retailer with quick service and a healthy trendy in food. Some of these businesses including a Jersey Mikes, Starbucks, T-Mobile, Baskin Robbins, Chipotle Mexican Grill 5 Guys and other stores. The Hampton Inn would anchor the west end of the Breakwater Town Center.
THM, formed in January 2011, operates manages 38 hotels in 14 states with a portfolio of business class hotels under franchise license agreements with Intercontinental Hotels Group, Marriott International and Hilton. All top names in the hospitality industry as well. They have received numerous Developer of the Year awards from the same highly respected franchise companies.
Said Colton Sudberry of Sudberry Properties on working with THM as their partners., It's not often that you find a partner that matches up so perfectly with what you are trying to achieve. THM is in this project for the long term just like we are, and they have a record of successful management of some of the largest hotel franchises in the United States. We are very excited to be working with them.
One of Sudberry Property's recent developments, Civita, a mixed used development, has received numerous awards including Civita Park being honored with “Orchid” by the San Diego Architectural Foundation on October 26th at the same ceremony where the Imperial Beach Library won its "Orchid" and Civita Recreation Center Named “Best Community Amenity” in Southern California at SoCal Awards.
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Paul Spear, Publisher, and Editor of Dig Imperial Beach