Bringing a Boutique Hotel to Title Town

Bringing a Boutique Hotel to Title Town

In 1924, famed hotel architect Herbert W. Tullgren designed a Tudor Revival style grand hotel in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The hotel became the place for social events, debutant balls, and home for Packer greats Curley Lambeau and Bart Starr. But over time, chain hotels took over and Green Bay went the way of other smaller U.S. markets – a city of limited service branded hotels meant to provide basic lodging and accommodations.

Today’s historic hotels are the darling of the hospitality industry and grand hotels are making a come back. Repurposing and repositioning hotels is a specialty of Company B and we’re thrilled to be named the branding and marketing team behind the soon-to-reemerge Hotel Northland.

Our clients, KPH Construction and Frantz Community Investors (FCI), will be leading the development and general contracting work with the goal of designing the hotel to be embraced by locals and visiting business and leisure travelers.

Construction is set to kick off this fall. Stay up to date on the project at Hotel Northland’s temporary website.

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