Representative Jonathan Dever (sixth from left), City of Sharonville Mayor Kevin Hardman (eighth from left), Rolling Hills Hospitality President Bimal Patel (ninth from left) and Sharonville Convention Center Executive Director Jim Downton (far right), along with Sharonville City Council, Administration and community partners, break ground at the site of the new Hyatt Place - Sharonville Convention Center hotel on Friday, December 4th.
SHARONVILLE, OH - December 8, 2015 - The City of Sharonville broke ground Friday, December 4th on the new Hyatt Place - Sharonville Convention Center hotel. The upscale select service hotel will be connected to the Sharonville Convention Center, located in the Northern Lights Entertainment District. The six-story, 120-room hotel will allow meeting and event planners the opportunity to fulfill event and hotels needs at one location, maximizing opportunities for social and economic development in the city.
With the addition of the Hyatt Place, the city's Northern Lights Entertainment District continues to provide new avenues for hospitality industry growth and job creation. The Princeton School District's recently completed $120 million construction project adds Viking Village to the district: a 2,500 seat, arena style gymnasium, a 1,000 seat performance theater and a 500 seat natatorium.