Jersey City Developer Landmark Hospitality is moving forward with borough approvals for its dramatic overhaul of the landmark Logan Inn that it purchased earlier this year.
Architect Ralph Fey‘s latest rendering reflects initial input from New Hope’s Historic Architectural Review Board (HARB).
The Logan Inn is located on one acre of downtown New Hope turf, has 73 parking spaces, can seat 400 at its main restaurant, and boasts 16 rooms.
The Free Press first reported that the Logan Inn was on the market for $6.7 million and that the likely buyer was Hotel du Village owner Landmark Hospitality. Landmark Principals Frank and Jeanne Cretella bought the nearby Hotel du Village in 2013.
Owner Peter Gialias bought the Logan Inn in 2007, and reportedly received an amount not far from his asking price.
The Logan fits in well with Landmark Hospitality’s other holdings, which tend toward the traditional, high-end and historic.
Aside from Hotel du Village, Landmark also owns and manages the Liberty House Restaurant inside Liberty State Park in Jersey City, Stone House at Stirling Ridge in Warren, NJ, Crave Caterers (an off-site catering division), Celebrate at Snug Harbor (inside Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Gardens), Landmark Destination Weddings, and the well-known Ryland Inn in Whitehouse Station, N.J.