Construction on Hyatt Place Hotel & Conference Center is expected to begin in early 2017, according to a news release from the project’s development team.
Impact Properties Inc., Sierra Properties and the Hyatt Hotels Corporation are partnering on the 130-room hotel and conference center on the northern side of State Road 56, across from Tampa Premium Outlets.
Hyatt Place Wesley Chapel will be the first Hyatt hotel in Pasco County and the first hotel within the more than 500 acres currently under development at the Cypress Creek Town Center.
According to Hyatt’s website, Hyatt Place guests are “mid- to upper-income Gen X travelers who expect modern conveniences and product design to accommodate their multi-tasking, 24/7 lifestyle.”
Hyatt Place will have 130 rooms, with areas for sleep, work and play, as well as sofa sleepers as an extra feature.
There will be free Wi-Fi, a round-the-clock “Gallery Menu” with freshly prepared meals any time of day. Free hot breakfasts also will be available daily.
A Coffee to Cocktails Bar will feature specialty coffees, premium beers, wines and cocktails.
The conference center will have about 6,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, with state-of-the-art technology.
A 24-hour fitness center will feature cardio equipment with LDC screens and free ear buds.
The mixed-use Cypress Creek Town Center is a showcase for growth in the State Road 56 area, located at the Interstate 75 interchange and the juncture of State Road 56 and State Road 54.
The center is approved for up to 2 million square feet of retail, hotel, apartments and offices.
Along with hotel construction, the first phase of development will include 230 upscale apartments and 10 new restaurants and shops, according to the press release.
In front of the outlet mall, Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen, Chick-fil-A and Culver’s have opened within past months. BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse and Longhorn Steakhouse are under construction.
As part of Cypress Creek Town Center, Ford’s Garage, Pollo Tropical, Wendy’s and Taco Bell are awaiting permits.
Publshed September 28, 2016