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Old Posted May 20, 2019, 1:04 PM
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SAN ANTONIO │ Artista Hotel │ 8 FLOORS │ Proposed

From: San Antonio Business Journal
By Ryan Salchert – Reporter, San Antonio Business Journal
May 17, 2019, 3:32pm EDT

Developer Harris Bay is planning a 112-room boutique hotel on a 0.2-acre
downtown plot that it bought recently.

Two weeks after news broke of Essex Modern City developer Harris Bay buying a 0.2-acre plot downtown and along the River Walk, the company has released details and renderings for a 112-room boutique hotel planned for the site.

Being called the Artista Hotel, the proposed eight-story project, at 151 E. Travis St., is described as lifestyle and art-centric with a focus on celebrating the contributions of the creative community. The hotel will feature many artisan-crafted pieces such as furniture, ceramics, murals,audio and visual displays, and more. Bunkrooms are also being planned to replace some traditional hotel rooms. The hotel's lobby will be open to the public and allow access to a rooftop bar. Harris Bay said it's in negotiations on a food and beverage operator for the hotel, as well as an operations and management company to run the hotel.

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