Howell Construction joined the Arvada City Council, Mayor Lauren Simpson, Raymond Management Company, Trammel Crow Company (TCC), and the Residence Inn team to celebrate the completion of the Arvada Residence Inn by Marriott. The ribbon-cutting ceremony featured speeches from the development teams, city council representatives, and the mayor.
Designed by Gary Brink & Associates, the four-story hotel features 128 guest rooms, each with full kitchens, a swimming pool, dining area, commercial kitchen, a fitness center, and meeting facilities.
“This stunning hotel adds to the already vibrant Olde Town Square area,” said Roger Smith, Howell vice president. “We are so proud of our team and the finished project.”
The hotel is located at the northwest corner of the Arvada Olde Town transit-oriented development site, on the location of the former RTD parking lot. The hotel development completes the planned retail and amenity portion of the transit-oriented development that TCC is building just south of Olde Town Arvada and the Olde Town Transit Hub serving the RTD Gold Line to Olde Town.
In 2014, TCC was selected by the City of Arvada, Arvada Urban Renewal Authority (AURA) and the Regional Transportation District (RTD) to develop the Olde Town Transit Hub, providing the parking garage, bus transfer and light rail station to service the community.
Howell’s team worked extended hours to accommodate the hotel opening schedule, and the Residence Inn was opened to guests in January.
Howell is also the general contractor for TCC’s The Shops at Olde Town Station at the southwest corner of 56th & Wadsworth. This 15,000-square-foot retail strip center is already fully leased to Snooze, an A.M. eatery; Smashburger; CAVA Mediterranean café; Everbowl acai bowls; and Parry’s Pizzeria and Taphouse.