Lubbock to Break Ground on New Hotel - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/30/07

Lubbock to Break Ground on New Hotel

Lubbock-based commercial real estate development firm, Tao Development Group, LLC, has announced plans to build a new Hawthorn Suites Hotel, located adjacent to the Grace Clinic to the east.

While specific details regarding the hotel's amenities are not being released until July 15th, developers note this hotel's product and service offering will be incomparable to that of any other hotel in this region.

"Lubbock boasts a variety of very traditional hotel properties," said Clayton Isom, CEO of Tao Development Group, LLC. "The new Hawthorn Suites is going to break that mold."

Construction on the more than $10 million project will begin early this fall, and is expected to take almost a year. This project marks the largest major Lubbock project for the Group, who currently has other projects underway in Olathe, Kansas, and San Antonio, Texas.

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