Drew Company Atlanta
55 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd., Suite 845
Atlanta, GA 30308
Tel: (470) 494-1649
The Signia Atlanta by Hilton is a full service, 976 room, 4-Star Convention Center Hotel. In addition to the guestrooms and associated pool, fitness and club amenities, the hotel includes 75,000 square feet of meeting space, broken into three areas the Social Ballroom, the Grand Ballroom, and the Conference Center.
The program includes a three-meal restaurant, signature restaurant, multiple lounges and bars, and several outdoor event spaces to support the hotel and surrounding campus activities. The 41-story tower, built of concrete, steel and glass is constructed on top of a 5-story podium that houses the hotel convention center, guest services, and amenities, as well as a 466-car parking garage. The hotel, located in Atlanta Georgia, will be the centerpiece of the Georgia World Congress Center Campus. With its prominent connection to the new Mercedes Benz Stadium and proximity to the newly renovated State Farm Arena, the hotel amenities serve not only hotel guests but also visitors to the broader sports and entertainment campus on which the GWCC Hotel sits.
Drew Company is the developer and manages all aspects of development for this project, including, but not limited to, hotel brand selection, conceptual and logistical planning during preconstruction, construction and facility transition periods; operating plan development; provision of project quality control systems, insurance, safety and compliance programs; monitoring construction building controls and milestone schedules; review of reports, manuals and standards from providers of inspection, testing, commissioning and training services; monitoring project costs and negotiating contracts for labor, materials and services. The hotel will be the first Signia by Hilton, a new dynamic meetings and events-focused brand, operated by Hilton. Gensler is the architect and designer with Skanksa providing construction management services. The property is owned by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority and will be publicly financed through revenue-bonds. The project is scheduled to break ground in 2020.
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