A 10-story Hyatt Place with condominiums or apartments on the upper floors will replace the decaying Old Marshall Hotel, which closed over the summer. The five-story building had been a single-room occupancy hotel  east of Downtown Plaza, where the Kings have broken ground on their new $477 million arena.
A 10-story Hyatt Place with condominiums or apartments on the upper floors will replace the decaying Old Marshall Hotel, which closed over the summer. The five-story building had been a single-room occupancy hotel east of Downtown Plaza, where the Kings have broken ground on their new $477 million arena. Michael A. Jones Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
A 10-story Hyatt Place with condominiums or apartments on the upper floors will replace the decaying Old Marshall Hotel, which closed over the summer. The five-story building had been a single-room occupancy hotel east of Downtown Plaza, where the Kings have broken ground on their new $477 million arena. Michael A. Jones Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

Dilapidated hotel near Sacramento arena to become Hyatt Place

December 01, 2014 5:33 PM

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