Hotel Northland renovations 70% finished

Work continues on the restoration of the Hotel Northland in downtown Green Bay Dec. 21, 2016. (WLUK/Don Steffens)

GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- An Oregon company will manage the renovated Hotel Northland in downtown Green Bay.

Developer KPH Construction announced Tuesday that Provenance Hotels of Portland, Oregon, will run the 160-room hotel's operation and its food and beverage outlets.

KPH Construction developer Keith Harenda also said he has bought Frantz Community Investors' share of the project and is now the sole owner of the Hotel Northland.

Meanwhile, the renovations of the historic hotel are about 70 percent finished. Major mechanical systems, including new heating, cooling, plumbing and electrical, are in place. Framing is finished and drywall is now being hung. Crews are also working to restore historic lighting fixtures, wood-paneled walls and mosaic tile floors; and recreate damaged plaster, front desk and other areas.

The goal remains to open by summer. A website has been set up for those interested in booking rooms or events after August.

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