According to The Cleveland Plain Dealer, the hotel-condo project planned for Euclid Avenue will be part of a "significant comeback" for the city, thanks to a share of state credits doled out to a number of Northeast Ohio projects.
The hotel project would involve the renovation of the existing Schofield building at East Ninth Street and Euclid, and would create 140 hotel rooms on the second through 10th floors. Floors 11 through 14 would house apartments and the building would also score a swish new restaurant.
We can only hope that Hot in Cleveland is still on the air when the Kimpton is ready for business.
If not, perhaps Betty and her co-stars will decamp to New York City. Here they are hanging out at the show's premiere party a few weeks back. Do you recognize the pretty, shabby chic decor?
Why, yes, it's The Crosby Street Hotel.
Nice and all, but where's the penultimate of Betty White-hotel mash-ups: A Golden Girls hotel suite?
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