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The City of Jackson and the Jackson Anchor Initiative seek a development partner for the rehabilitation of the historic Hotel Hayes located at 228 W. Michigan Ave. in Downtown Jackson. The city is eager to work with qualified respondents in negotiating a mutually beneficial arrangement for this one-of-a kind opportunity.
Opened in November 1926, the Hotel Hayes is a 10-story brick and limestone Federal-style treasure in the heart of Downtown Jackson. The building offers over 100,000 sq. ft. of redevelopment opportunity, unique character, and incredible support from the community.
This historic hotel sits at the intersection of West Michigan Avenue and Hayes Court in the same block as the Jackson Carnegie Library (1906), overlooking the expansive Blackman Park and the beautiful Romanesque Revival First Congregational Church (1856) to the east.
Discover what Hotel Hayes has to offer
Jackson envisions a vibrant, sustainable and collaborative future for this inconic building in the heart of downtown. Watch this video to discover all Hotel Hayes has to offer for developers.
Restoring the Hotel Hayes is a legacy project that will be celebrated for decades to come. The building offers an incredible investment opportunity to restore historic elements and finishes, while improving the connectivity of the interior and exterior spaces, introducing modern amenities, and ultimately creating a vibrant anchor on the west end of downtown.
Please contact Nate Scramlin, Manager - Redevelopment Services, with any questions or for more infomation. Nate can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (517) 862-7742.