Residence Inn planning 127-room hotel in Museum District near Carytown

Residence Inn planning 127-room hotel in Museum District near Carytown

The hotel would be built on land currently occupied by single-family homes and apartments at Floyd Avenue and N. Thompson Street.

From the Richmond Times-Dispatch:

A five-story Residence Inn by Marriott is being planned for the northwest corner of North Thompson Street and Floyd Avenue on the western edge of the Museum District just a few blocks from Carytown.

The 127-room extended-stay hotel would be built off the Floyd Avenue exit ramp from Interstate 195. The hotel, which also would have about 5,600 square feet of ground-floor retail or restaurant space, would be across the street from the Patient First urgent care center.

A five-story parking deck would be built across Berrington Court just west of the hotel, close to I-195, where a surface parking lot exists now. The parking deck would have 193 spaces, 148 of which would be for the hotel, restaurant, and retail uses while the remaining 45 spaces would be used by the existing property owner.

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