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Cambria Hotel Rendering Revealed for Broad and Locust

The hotel will include 206 rooms and a fine-dining restaurant on the ground floor

Development company Pearl Properties has posted a rendering of Cambria Hotel, a 206-room hotel planned for the northeast corner of Broad and Locust streets.

Inga Saffron, architecture critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer, tweeted about the new rendering yesterday.

According to a press release from November 2015, the Cambria Hotel will be a business and travel brand of Choice Hotels. In addition to "oversized" hotel rooms, it will feature a a contemporary bistro called the Social Circle and a fine-dining restaurant on the first floor.

As Saffron noted in her tweet, this isn't Pearl Properties' only project in the works in Center City. It's also behind the Beacon, a 14-story residential tower going up at 1533 Walnut Street, the 32-story tower at 19th and Chestnut (i.e. formerly Boyd Theatre), and the conversion of Latham Hotel at 135 S. 17th Street back into apartments—to name just a few of its 36 Philly-based projects.

The Cambria Hotel is expected to open in 2017.

Cambria Hotel

219 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107