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Sudberry switches to Hampton Inn for west end of Imperial Beach's Palm Ave.

East end of Palm will see Grocery Outlet, Starbucks, Jersey Mike’s, Baskin Robbins, Chipotle, Five Guys.

Illustration of Hampton Inn. Sudberry was unable to land a good anchor tenant for the western end. The only stores showing interest were dollar-type of stores.
Illustration of Hampton Inn. Sudberry was unable to land a good anchor tenant for the western end. The only stores showing interest were dollar-type of stores.

Sudberry Properties’ application to have its plan changed from retail businesses to a Hampton Inn for phase two of its development on Palm Avenue was approved on Wednesday (5 – 0) by the Imperial Beach Design and Review Board. The application was approved with the condition that the developer, Sudberry Properties, bring more drawings of what the property would look like with trees and signage on the property.

Colton Sudberry announced in the meeting that some businesses on the east side of Palm Ave. could open as soon as July 2017.

The proposed property would have 101 rooms, 101 parking spaces and a pool. It would not have a restaurant.

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Speaking on behalf of the hotel were Jack Van Zandt, speaking for the IB Chamber of Commerce, Bob Miller of Seacoasters, Unified Port of San Diego commissioner Dan Malcolm. Randy Putnam and Michael Kerry favored the new hotel but spoke about their continued problems they have with the Imperial Beach Resort Hotel.

The next step in the process for Sudberry is to get approval from the Imperial Beach City Council for the changes which could occur as soon as a month from now. Phase one, for the development of the east end of the property, has gone smoothly, and Colton Sudberry announced in the meeting that some of those businesses could open as soon as July 2017.

The stores that will be could open as soon as July as part of phase one will include Grocery Outlet, Starbucks, Jersey Mike’s, T-Mobile, Baskin Robbins, Chipotle, Five Guys, and Wing Stop, among others. Sudberry noted that Grocery Outlet (the twelfth store in San Diego County) will feature Grocery Outlet’s NOSH department, showcasing Natural, Organic, Specialty, and Healthy foods.

However Sudberry was unable to land a good anchor tenant for the western end. The only stores showing interest were dollar-type of stores. Since the property was zoned already to accept hotels and retail business, last year Sudberry Properties changed its focus to looking for an extended-stay hotel and was able to land Hampton Inn.

In the last six months Sudberry had held two town meetings to inform residents who lived around the development to let them know that their plans had changed to a search for a hotel.

The Imperial Beach Design and Review Board is a city council-appointed board whose members are charged with the review of certain proposed development projects to determine whether or not the proposed development conforms with the policies of the city's general plan, the Certified Local Coastal Program, zoning standards, and design review criteria.

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Illustration of Hampton Inn. Sudberry was unable to land a good anchor tenant for the western end. The only stores showing interest were dollar-type of stores.
Illustration of Hampton Inn. Sudberry was unable to land a good anchor tenant for the western end. The only stores showing interest were dollar-type of stores.

Sudberry Properties’ application to have its plan changed from retail businesses to a Hampton Inn for phase two of its development on Palm Avenue was approved on Wednesday (5 – 0) by the Imperial Beach Design and Review Board. The application was approved with the condition that the developer, Sudberry Properties, bring more drawings of what the property would look like with trees and signage on the property.

Colton Sudberry announced in the meeting that some businesses on the east side of Palm Ave. could open as soon as July 2017.

The proposed property would have 101 rooms, 101 parking spaces and a pool. It would not have a restaurant.

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Speaking on behalf of the hotel were Jack Van Zandt, speaking for the IB Chamber of Commerce, Bob Miller of Seacoasters, Unified Port of San Diego commissioner Dan Malcolm. Randy Putnam and Michael Kerry favored the new hotel but spoke about their continued problems they have with the Imperial Beach Resort Hotel.

The next step in the process for Sudberry is to get approval from the Imperial Beach City Council for the changes which could occur as soon as a month from now. Phase one, for the development of the east end of the property, has gone smoothly, and Colton Sudberry announced in the meeting that some of those businesses could open as soon as July 2017.

The stores that will be could open as soon as July as part of phase one will include Grocery Outlet, Starbucks, Jersey Mike’s, T-Mobile, Baskin Robbins, Chipotle, Five Guys, and Wing Stop, among others. Sudberry noted that Grocery Outlet (the twelfth store in San Diego County) will feature Grocery Outlet’s NOSH department, showcasing Natural, Organic, Specialty, and Healthy foods.

However Sudberry was unable to land a good anchor tenant for the western end. The only stores showing interest were dollar-type of stores. Since the property was zoned already to accept hotels and retail business, last year Sudberry Properties changed its focus to looking for an extended-stay hotel and was able to land Hampton Inn.

In the last six months Sudberry had held two town meetings to inform residents who lived around the development to let them know that their plans had changed to a search for a hotel.

The Imperial Beach Design and Review Board is a city council-appointed board whose members are charged with the review of certain proposed development projects to determine whether or not the proposed development conforms with the policies of the city's general plan, the Certified Local Coastal Program, zoning standards, and design review criteria.

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