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Sunday, November 05, 2017

New Hotel Officials Optimistic As Comedy Center Opening Nears



The ongoing construction of the National Comedy Center in downtown Jamestown has two area hotel officials excited about future possibilities.
Brandon Wade, Double Tree by Hilton general manager/chief of sales, said with the new Fourth Street hotel expecting to open in 2018, the National Comedy Center will be a complimentary attraction that will draw more people into staying the night in downtown Jamestown.
“The DoubleTree by Hilton Jamestown is excited and proud to partner with the National Comedy Center,” Wade said. “We are excited to open our doors in late summer 2018, which gives us time to perfectly prepare for all the guests that the National Comedy Center will attract.”
Work has begun at the downtown hotel along Fourth Street, which has sat empty since 2013 when the Hamister Group of Buffalo purchased the hotel during an online auction. The total renovation project for the downtown hotel is estimated to be more than $14 million.
An official for the new $30-plus million Chautauqua Harbor Hotel in Celoron is also excited about the national attraction based on the celebration of comedy. David Hart, Hart Hotels president, said the future tourist attraction is one of many reasons why they selected to build a hotel in the greater Jamestown area.
“The development of the National Comedy Center certainly helped to solidify the selection of Chautauqua Lake as the location for the Chautauqua Harbor Hotel,” he said. “We’re incredibly excited about the progress that they’ve made and know that they’ll help keep us booked up all year long.”
In July, a groundbreaking was held for the future hotel with guest Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul. The facility is expected to be ready during the summer of 2018. During the groundbreaking, Hochul was joined by local and state officials as well as hotel developers Hart and Peter Krog, Krog Corp chief executive officer.Our Listings: www.chautauquala




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