Developers broke ground today on the Marriott CityPlace at Springwoods Village, the first full-service hotel within the master-planned Springwoods Village community.

The 10-story, 337-room hotel will open in November 2018, according to a Woodbine press release.

The hotel is a key component of CityPlace, a 60-acre mixed-use district in Springwoods Village, located near I-45 and the Grand Parkway. Developers Woodbine Development Corporation partnered with CDC Houston and USAA Real Estate Company on the project.

“This Marriott will not only grow the area’s room count, it will also diversify the mix of accommodations and event space available here, allowing this thriving community to better serve business and leisure travelers,” said King Scovell, managing partner and chief development for Woodbine.

The company also developed the Courtyard by Marriott Springwoods Village and Residence Inn Houston Springwoods Village located nearby on Holzwarth Road.

The Marriott CityPlace will include a restaurant, tech lounge, pool, pool bar, outdoor patio, grand and junior ballrooms, meeting rooms and a total of 33,000 square feet of space for indoor and outdoor functions.

CityPlace, developed by Patrinely Group, USAA Real Estate Company and CDC Houston, will consist of 4.4 million square feet of office and retail space. Tenants will include the American Bureau of Shipping, which provides classification services to the marine and offshore industries.



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