Boutique hotel is the planned developer for the Days Inn Located in downtown Raleigh
ByBen Graham – Staff Writer, Triangle Business Journal
A new boutique hotel is coming to downtown Raleigh.
Triangle developerLoden Propertieshas acquired the former Days Inn at 300 N. Dawson St. and a neighboring parcel for $6.5 million, with plans to convert the half-century-old building into a 57-room hotel.
Called the Longleaf Hotel, renovations at the building will pay homage to its mid-century modern design, according toLoden Properties.
Next door, the company bought a small parcel formerly occupied by a deli and is partnering with Matt Fern, who will open the (ish) Delicatessen at Longleaf at the site and be in charge of food and beverage service at the new hotel.
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