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Atlanta hotel industry’s fortunes keep getting better and better

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million for the vacant industrial site. Construction is costing nearly $9 million, according to permits. It could open by spring 2015. • A new restaurant is planned for Midtown luxury apartment tower 77 12th Street. Called Princi Italia, the more than 3,000-square-foot restaurant could cost $550,000 to build out, according to a permit. • A tiny restaurant (about 700 square feet) called Rocks Chicken and Fries is planned for Phipps Plaza, according to a permit. It could cost $165,000 to build out at the upscale Buckhead mall. • The William Breman Jewish Heritage and Holocaust Museum could spend nearly $200,000 on interior renovations to its gallery and office spaces, according to a permit. The museum is at 1440 Spring St. in Midtown. • Big Al's Gourmet Butter Burgers is set for 2221 Peachtree Road in South Buckhead. Neighborhood Planning Unit-E on Sept. 2 voted to recommend the approval of a liquor license for the restaurant. Amy Wenk covers hospitality, retail and restaurants. Page 5 of 5 Outlook For 2015: Atlanta hotel industry's fortunes keep getting better and better - Atlant... 9/15/2014 http://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/print-edition/2014/09/12/atlanta-hotel-industry-s-fortu...

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