Hilton Double Tree Hotel Among 12 Projects Recommended To Receive State Funding

JAMESTOWN-A hotel renovation project at the corner of 4th and Washington Sts. is expected to receive nearly $3.5 Million from New York State this year.

Mayor Sam Teresi told WNYNewsNow earlier this month that the city is loaning $350,000 to Buffalo-based company Hamister Group, LLC. for the hotel. Eleven other projects were recommended to receive funding.

The former Ramada has laid vacant since 2014.

Below are the projects listed in alphabetical order.

Acquire riverfront development property: $1.4 million

Downtown programming and activities: $600,000

Excursion train infrastructure and depot: $670,000

Furniture Mart Building redevelopment: $1.5 million

Greater Jamestown Riverwalk enhancements: $325,000

Jackson Center: $1.5 million

Jamestown Brewing Company: $1 million

Little Theater:  $265,000

Redevelopment of the former Key Bank Building: $1 million

Revitalization of the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts: $1.5 million

Streetscape and pedestrian improvements: $610,000


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