4-Story, 125-Room Hotel Faces Moreno Valley Planning Commission

by | Sep 23, 2021 | Riverside County | 0 comments

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Robert F. Tuttle Architect

Today, the Moreno Valley Planning Commission will hear a proposal to construct a brand new hotel within the Town Gate Square Shopping Center located at the southwest corner of Gateway Drive and Memorial Way.

The developer, Mid-Continent Hospitality, is proposing a new 4-story Hilton-branded hotel project with 126 rooms and amenities that include a pool, spa, and patio for outdoor dining, on an approximately 1.9-acre vacant parcel.

Per the staff report, the hotel project is required to provide 126 parking spaces including two oversized spaces for trailer and RV parking. However, the hotel project will instead provide 115 parking spaces including two oversized spaces for trailer and RV parking stalls thanks to the Municipal Code allowing for on-site parking requirements to be met through a shared parking agreement when supported by a parking study. The parking study demonstrated the availability of 11 off-site parking spaces to support the operation of the new hotel.

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Robert F. Tuttle Architect

Robert F. Tuttle Architect is designing the hotel and will incorporate vertical and horizontal dimensions to frame distinct building elements in order to break up the massing of each elevation. The elevations combine multiple materials including the incorporation of stucco in three colors (gray, red and white), cement panels to give a faux redwood finish, ledge stone, variation in the mullion design in the windows, the use of dark aluminum window and storefront entrance frames and trellis features around the exterior of the ground floor.

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