R.D. Olson Development of Irvine recently broke ground on a $60 million hotel and retail development project in Tustin near the 55 freeway and Edinger. The two four-story hotels included in the project are the first to be built in Tustin in more than 15 years.
The 196,000-square-foot Tustin Pacific Center is the third hotel development by R.D. Olson in the last year and will include a Residence Inn and a Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott, with a total of about 300 rooms. The center will also feature a 16,180-square-foot retail center, which is expected to attract restaurants and business service tenants to provide amenities to travelers.
“Tustin Pacific Center is positioned to offer a quality lodging alternative for business and leisure travelers, backed by the latest generation of hospitality service offerings by Marriott International and a location central to Orange County and John Wayne Airport,” said Olson.
Both hotels will be of Marriott’s most recent designs and the first of their kind in Southern California. Amenities will include outdoor pool and spa areas, fire pits and sports court, exercise rooms, convenience markets, breakfast areas, business centers and a meeting area.
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