February 6, 2006
Canad Inns make bid for Bismarck hotel
A Winnipeg firm is among three interested in building a hotel next to Bismarck’s downtown Civic Center, city officials say.
Mayor John Warford identified the three as CCC Properties of Bismarck; Canad Inns of Winnipeg, which is building $50-million hotel and water complex in Grand Forks, and the Kinseth Hospitality Co., of North Liberty, Iowa, which has been working with Hilton hotels.
The companies responded to a request by the Civic Center advisory committee for proposals.
Warford said the Civic Center advisory board will review proposals and report to the City Commission later. “We don’t have a deadline for this project. This will take time to study,” Warford said.
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