Henry Street Marriott Reveals Fairfield Inn Signage

Posted on: June 19th, 2013 at 6:22 am by
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Four years elapsed in the blink of an eye, relegating the Hong Kong Supermarket fire to the pages of local history books (nay, blogs). The fire-scorched earth became an opportunity for carpetbagging in the aftermath, eventually attracting the deep pockets of Marriott. It is here that the international hotelier is set to open the newest location in the Fairfield Inn family of properties.

Construction has been constant for almost three years already. Plywood was finally peeled back last week, and contractors spent the weekend pouring and curing the concrete. Official signage was also bolted to the plaid-ish exterior in three different places. However, the 95 Henry inn is not yet logged in the Marriott website database.

There will also be a ground-level retail component. Expect the liquor license application imminently…

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