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Revised hotel plans submitted to city

[caption id="attachment_14566" align="alignnone" width="300"] This is an overhead of what the footprint looked like in the original proposal.[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_14565" align="alignnone" width="300"] This is an overhead of the footprint of the proposed hotel.[/caption]

Revised plans for a 59-room boutique hotel on West Napa Street were submitted to the Sonoma Planning Department by Kenwood Investments on Friday, and a study session to review the proposal is scheduled before the Sonoma Planning Commission on Aug. 14.

Kenwood Investments is owned by Darius Anderson, the Sonoma developer, lobbyist and philanthropist who is also the managing partner of Sonoma Media Investments, owner of the Index-Tribune.

The revised hotel plan – the third iteration to date – has been reduced in size by nearly 50 percent and will no longer house a conference center or second restaurant. On-site parking, which had been planned at ground level under the facility’s second floor, will now be underground, save for 20 spaces at the back of the property on First Street West.


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