A hotel that was bought last month for $6 million on Kissimmee's US 192 tourism corridor is getting ready to undergo an estimated $10 million revitalization that will include a renovation and 40,000 square feet of retail space.
Hudson Holdings, the buyer, is a developer and expected to serve as construction manager for the project. Other key roles for the project, like architect and civil engineer, have not been named.
Subcontractor bidding may begin later this year, with the renovation potentially starting in February.
The property, a 403-room HomeSuiteHome hotel on 10 acres, was bought by Delray Beach-based Hudson Holdings in mid-July.