More than two-thirds of the apartment residences have been reserved for the anticipated Hamilton Tower coming in the summer of 2019. Providence Point has already broken ground on the new Hamilton Tower, which will include 70 one- and two-bedroom residential living apartments that include additional guest rooms, underground parking and easy access to the dining renovation.
Even after a heavy rain season, Hamilton Tower construction is on schedule. Progress includes excavation, wall waterproofing, as well as completion of the under slab plumbing and electrical work, and block foundation walls to grade. Plus, the preparation for, and the addition of stone is underway, with the placement of structural steel last week.
The goal is to have the main entrance back intact by the holiday season, judging by the outside construction success, and the start of the dining renovations, this goal is certainly an attainable one.
Another significant phase on schedule, and on the inside, are the dining renovations. The renovations include a mismatch of rooms by moving the Madison Cafe to the Washington Room, and the Light Horse Lounge—a favorite dwelling since it is known for its spirits, to outside of the Bradford Room. Following suit with the outdoor progression, this expansion is expected to be completed in March 2019, and will conclude all of the dining renovations/expansions.
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