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Thu March 28, 2019 - Northeast Edition #7
Associated Press


The university said on March 18 that the school and the hotelier would share space on 10 floors and the remaining seven floors would be entirely for the university’s use.
(Harrisburg University photo)
The university said on March 18 that the school and the hotelier would share space on 10 floors and the remaining seven floors would be entirely for the university’s use. (Harrisburg University photo)
The university said on March 18 that the school and the hotelier would share space on 10 floors and the remaining seven floors would be entirely for the university’s use.
(Harrisburg University photo) The project will include 17 floors and cost the university about $100 million.
(Harrisburg University photo) Officials said they plan to start construction by late July of this year for a planned opening in summer 2021.
(Harrisburg University photo) Approximately $30 million will be spent by a hospitality partner that will add a 197-room hotel and conference center with a restaurant inside the tower.
(Harrisburg University photo)

HARRISBURG, PA. (AP) Harrisburg University has released renderings of its new building in Pennsylvania's capitol city.

The project now will include 17 floors and cost the university about $100 million. Approximately $30 million will be spent by a hospitality partner that will add a 197-room hotel and conference center with a restaurant inside the tower. Pennlive.com reports the hotel partner has not yet been named and no tax-exempt bonds will be used to pay for the hotel or restaurant.

The university said on March 18 that the school and the hotelier would share space on 10 floors and the remaining seven floors would be entirely for the university's use.

Officials said they plan to start construction by late July of this year for a planned opening in summer 2021.

For more information, visit pennlive.com.