It appears that CPC Resources is looking to turn part of the recently landmarked Domino Sugar Refinery into a hotel, according to recent filings with the Department of Buildings. Previous reports about the developer’s plans for the structure have not included mention of a hotel, but a CPC filing that the DOB disapproved a couple of months ago shows that the firm wants at least part of the buildingâ€”it’s not clear how muchâ€”to be a hotel. The filing also says that the building will contain 306 dwelling units. CPC Resources declined to comment on the matter. In February CPC said it wanted to build residential units starting on the fifth floor of the landmark, which is supposed to sport a five-story glassy addition to its roof that the LPC has not been crazy about.
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