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Hotel Northland developer aims to bring back 'grandeur'

7:10 AM, Mar. 21, 2013
Green Bay wants to save historic Hotel Northland
Green Bay wants to save historic Hotel Northland: Green Bay wants to restore the glory of the former Hotel Northland downtown. State historic tax credits might help. (March 18, 2013)
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An Iowa-based company specializing in historic restoration has agreed to purchase the former Hotel Northland and invest more than $20 million transforming the downtown Green Bay landmark back into a luxury hotel.

Frantz-Hobart LLC, based in Cedar Rapids, outbid two other developers for the chance to take over the nearly 100-year-old property and redevelop it as a marquee advancement in ongoing efforts to revitalize the city's downtown.

The firm has offered to pay $3.1 million to acquire the eight-story building at 304 N. Adams St., which was known most recently as Port Plaza Towers. ...

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