57-room boutique hotel planned for Washington State

George Sell By George Sell
04 January 2014 | Updated 04 January 2014

US: Plans have been unveiled for the The Chrysalis Inn and Spa in Wenatchee, Washington State.

The proposed property will be built on the city's waterfront next to Pybus Public Market, on the former Wenatchee Public Works site at 25 N. Worthen Street.

Preliminary applications have been filed with the city, and an environmental review has been initiated. The city and developer Michael Keenan must still work out a number of issues, including addressing oil contamination on the site and agreeing on a sale price for the land, which is owned by the city. Keenan also owns the 34-room Chrysalis Inn and Spa in nearby Bellingham.

Wenatchee mayor Mayor Frank Kuntz said: "If it gets built, it will be a huge addition to our waterfront. It will be a hotel with a restaurant and spa, all on one of the finest pieces of Columbia River waterfront we have. If we could have gone out and chosen a project for this property, this is what we would have picked."

The developer hopes to begin construction in April.


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