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Augusta company purchases Columbia hotel

...full-service hotel in Columbia with plans of renovating the former Sheraton property into a Radisson. Augusta Riverfront Limited Partnership announced Tuesday it purchased the 237-room Columbiana Hotel and Conference Center, formerly the Sheraton...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/02/02/bus_441554.shtml
Business
New Country Suites hotel sets Oct. 1 opening date

Those who watched Augusta's newest hotel inch its way into the downtown skyline during the past eight months can gaze upon the finished product Oct. 1. That's when the 136-room Country Suites Augusta Riverwalk officially opens for business. The $21 million project complements the adjacent Radisson Riverfront Hotel Augusta and city-owned convention center, which is undergoing a 38,000-square-foot expansion that is expected to be completed Sept. 15. The synergy is expected to bolster Augusta's convention business.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/08/11/bus_318191.shtml
Business
Downtown block seeks tenants

...boon to the north side of the block would be the addition of a parking deck. Paul Simon, president of Augusta Riverfront Limited Partnership, the company that owns the First Union building, said no concrete plans exist as of yet. He said tenants...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/05/23/bus_314451.shtml
Business | Deke Copenhaver
Merger's area effects uncertain

...Augusta, orders have not yet come to change its name or its sign. Paul S. Simon, the president of the Augusta Riverfront Limited Partnership, which owns the Broad Street building, said he hasn't been asked to make alterations. "The merger...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/04/17/bus_313299.shtml
Business
Local company buys First Union building

A local real estate investment company Thursday finalized its purchase of the First Union building in downtown Augusta. The company, led by Augusta businessmen William S. Morris III and Paul S. Simon, had been under contract to purchase the 17-story office tower since the summer. Mr. Simon declined to disclose financial terms of the deal. Public information on the sale was not immediately available Thursday.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/11/17/bus_301206.shtml
Business
Partnership purchases First Union building

The Augusta Riverfront Limited Partnership will purchase the First Union building, the group's general partner, President Paul S. Simon, confirmed Friday. The sale...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/08/26/bus_296927.shtml
Business | Augusta-Richmond County Commission
Facility may lure conventions

Workers will break ground Friday on a seven-story riverfront hotel expected to help lure more convention business to Augusta.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/01/06/bus_277835.shtml
Business | Augusta-Richmond County Commission
Pinnacle Club considers move

The Pinnacle Club, a private dining organization, will not be moving from the First Union Building to what would have been the top floor of a new downtown hotel, club general manager Glenn Newlin said Thursday.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/12/24/bus_279215.shtml
Business
New Hotel in Augusta

...center along the riverfront at Ninth Street. Construction will begin in September, according to the Augusta Riverfront Limited Partnership, the hotel's developer. The partnership is headed by William S. Morris III, chairman and chief executive...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/06/24/bus_264293.shtml
Business
Partnerships boost city

Augusta's government leaders and business community had good reason to join hands two decades ago: The heart of their city was falling apart. Downtown was void of retail business, the riverfront was vacant and unattractive, and nearly all new development occurred in the suburbs. It was this landscape that gave birth to Augusta Tomorrow, a behind-the-scenes group of civic leaders, businessmen and politicians.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/04/18/bus_259290.shtml
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