- October 14, 2019
DesignCell Joint Hotel Project Recognized as One of 2019’s “Best Real Estate Projects” by Sacramento Business Journal
A joint hotel project, designed by DesignCell Architecture, is featured in the September 20, 2019 edition of the Sacramento Business Journal as one of the year’s “Best Real Estate Projects.” The Freedom Point Plaza Hotels in Roseville, California, which include a Residence Inn by Marriott and Home2 Suites by Hilton, were also recognized by the weekly publication at an awards breakfast held at the McClellan Park Conference Center in Sacramento.
The Sacramento Business Journal, one of 43 metropolitan business newsweeklies published by American City Business Journals, described the Freedom Point Plaza joint hotel project, “a key piece of an evolving shopping, dining and entertainment district.” The article also explained that in order to give guests a similar experience when they visit hotels under the same brand, the architectural design must be consistent with the brand standards. And although both the Marriott and Hilton properties at the Roseville location meet the brand standards, they are differentiated by the unique touches DesignCell provides to all their clients.
“We are honored to be recognized by the Sacramento Business Journal for the Roseville, California Marriott and Hilton properties,” said Kastytis Čechavičius, Principal at DesignCell. “We worked tirelessly to ensure that the positioning of these two hotels was just right for the comfort and convenience of guests of both properties, and we are pleased that both brands and the developer were satisfied with the design.”
The Marriott Residence Inn is a four story, 104 room extended-stay hotel featuring a business center, outdoor pool, patio and seating area, and a breakfast gathering and eating area. The Hilton Home2 Suites is a four story, 105 guestroom hotel with outdoor pool and onsite parking. Both hotels, which are located off Highway 65 next to the popular Topgolf entertainment and driving range complex, were developed and built by Tharaldson Hospitality Development and managed by Tharaldson Hospitality Management.