- Funding Needed
- $2.5 (Mio)
- EB5 Funding
- $2.5 (Mio)
- EB-5 Investors
- Investment Amount
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- Accommodation and Food Services
- Hotels (except Casino Hotels) and Motels
- Richland, Washington
- Last Update: February 02, 2016 06:16 AM
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The Lodge at Columbia Point
- Developer Name
- Escape lodging, Naito Development
The Lodge at Columbia Point will be an 82-room, upscale, riverfront hotel in Richland, Washington. Designed by renowed hospitality architect Ed Abbott, the hotel will feature massive rough-hewn beams and floor-to-ceiling picture windows to fully capture the beauty of its pictursque riverfront settings. The area has strong, unmet demand for a high-end boutique property, and the hotel will attract new guests that may have previously overlooked the Tri-Cities due to the lack of upscale lodgig amenties.
The proposed development team is a partnership between Escape lodging and Naito Development.
USEDLC approved and funded the loan for The Lodge at Columbia Point in August 2015.
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