A four-story hotel is planned at 1499 N. Jack Tone Road in Ripon.
That’s the existing vacant lot – about 2.3 acres – adjacent to the Flying J fueling station in the Highway Service Commercial zoned district, according to City of Ripon Department of Planning and Economic Development.
The request calls for construction of a 45,338 square foot hotel with an outdoor pool, gazebo and fitness center.
The hotel itself would consists of 107 rooms with 108 parking spaces.
Manteca Hospitality Inc. is listed as the property owner with David Burkett of Red Inc Architects of Modesto as the applicant for the project.
The project is scheduled to go before the Ripon Planning Commission at the Oct. 17 meeting.
It is the second multi-story hotel to announce plans this year to build along the Highway 99 corridor through Ripon.
The Towneplace Suites by has been approved for the construction of a 54,382-square-foot, 91-room, four-story project along Highway 99 just off the Main Street ramp next to Angle Petroleum.
The Townplace Suites, once completed, will feature a breakfast / food area, two meeting rooms, guest laundry area, a fitness room, and a swimming pool, with extended stay options being available to occupants.
Each room will have studio accommodations consisting of a small kitchen / food prep area within the suites.
The exterior of the building will be predominantly stucco with different colors and finishes to accent the building.
The construction build-out for this Marriott hotel will take about one year.