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May 5th, 2011
HILTON GARDEN INN MANHATTAN HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER - UPDATE

HILTON GARDEN INN MANHATTAN HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER

HCW-Manhattan,LLC PROJECT UPDATE
Construction progress remains steady for the new Hilton Garden Inn in Manhattan, Kansas. Ken Bebee, superintendent with Killian Construction reports, “All four floors of the Hilton Garden Inn have been framed, and half of the roof has been installed.” The crew began construction on the adjacent parking garage on May 2nd. As of today, all the footings for the parking garage have been poured. Progress for the 30,000 square foot conference center is being made as well. All of the outer walls and steel beams for the roof have been erected. The Hilton Garden Inn Manhattan Hotel & Conference Center is on track to open late fall this year.

General Manager Hired
Kinseth Hospitality is pleased to announce Brad Everett as General Manager of the new Hilton Garden Inn Manhattan Hotel & Conference Center,scheduled to open late 2011. Mr. Everett will be transitioning from his current position as General Manager of the Fairfield Inn by Marriott to the Hilton Garden Inn over the next 6 months. As former city commissioner and mayor of Manhattan, Everett has been recognized numerous times for his civic leadership. Mr. Everett expressed, “This is a great opportunity to be part of a premier conference facility in our State. The new hotel and conference center will also allow Manhattan the opportunity to elevate and expand its presence nationwide.”
For more information, contact the new Hilton Garden Inn & Conference Center at 785-532-9116

ABOUT THE PROJECT
HILTON GARDEN INN MANHATTAN HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER
HCW, LLC, a real estate development and construction management company, began construction of a new Hilton Garden Inn Hotel & Conference Center in early 2009. Both the hotel and conference center will be located along South Third Street, just off Route 18 in the Downtown Entertainment District of Manhattan. Situated just minutes from Kansas State University, Colbert Hills, and Sunset Zoo, the Hilton Garden Inn Manhattan South will provide the amenities to ensure guests sleep deep, stay fit, eat well, and work smart while on the road. The upscale, 135 room Hilton Garden Inn will be connected to a 30,000 square foot conference center. This project is part of Manhattan’s South End Redevelopment Project, and is scheduled for completion late Fall 2011. The hotel will be managed by Kinseth Hospitality Corporation (KHC), a leading hospitality, development and management company located in the Midwest.

The Hilton Garden Inn Manhattan Hotel & Conference Center will connect to a three-tier, 440 space parking garage via a climate-controlled indoor walkway. The new Manhattan Conference Center garage will have the area’s first state-of-the-art, energy efficient LED lighting. Outside and across the street from the hotel and conference center, the city plans to add landscaping,sidewalks, streetscaping, decorative lighting,and an outdoor water feature. Also new to the Third Street corridor will be the Flint Hills Discovery Center scheduled to open Spring 2012, featuring exhibits as early as April 2012.

MANHATTAN CONFERENCE CENTER
The new full-service hotel and conference center will be the premium meeting facility in Manhattan. The conference center will feature flexible meeting space,the latest audio visual services, and professional catering for events with up to 1000 guests. The modern design of the conference center will create a unique atmosphere for event guests. A variety of colored, energy- efficient, LED ceiling lights in meeting rooms and light boxes in the grand hall will be interchanged to enhance the mood of each event. The Manhattan Conference Center anticipates accepting event reservations
starting late this Fall.

Project Managed By Kinseth
www.kinseth.com
(319) 626-5600

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