AC Hotel gets positive conceptual review from Clayton Plan Commission

AC Hotel gets positive conceptual review from Clayton Plan Commission

BEN STRIKER, CLAYTON TIMES | A proposed downtown Clayton hotel took another step toward becoming reality Tuesday.

After about an hour of discussion, Clayton’s Plan Commission and Architectural Review Board gave a positive recommendation at conceptual review to plans for a proposed 12-story luxury hotel.

The 119,236 square-foot project, to be called AC Hotel by Marriott, is set to include ground floor restaurant space at 227 S. Central Avenue, on the site of the former Clayton Police Department Headquarters.

Though the comments made Tuesday are not binding, Plan Commission Chairman Steve Lichtenfeld said the design proposal fits in with the downtown Master Plan and what he and other city officials have envisioned for the long vacant plot of prime real estate.

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