Rahway Officials Want New Hotel To Replace Hotel Indigo

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RAHWAY – Redevelopment agency officials are pushing the owners of Carriage City Plaza to bring another hotel and retail tenants or sell the property to someone with hotel experience following last month’s closure of Hotel Indigo, according to Rahway Rising.

The Rahway Redevelopment Agency will not agree to plans to convert the vacant hotel space to residential units, according to the report.

The hotel managed occupancy rates between 62 and 67 percent and was barely breaking even, according to the report.

 


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