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The Blue Crescent Hotel in Niverville will feature the company's flagship new design. Steel Creek Developers

The Blue Crescent Hotel previously announced to be built in Niverville is getting closer to construction, and the developers behind the project are ready to share some further news about what people can expect from the property.

Steel Creek Developers have now confirmed several new details.

“The hotel will have 75 rooms, complete with meeting rooms and several different room layouts, including our differentiated standard split room design, family bunkbed rooms, kitchenette suites, and more,” says Trevor Rempel of Steel Creek Developers. “We also plan to have some additional intimate hospitality spaces that will be perfect for evening cocktails, such as for a wedding party or corporate group.”

As previously announced, the Niverville hotel will be the fourth Blue Crescent property, with two others in Manitoba and one in Saskatchewan.

However, Rempel now says that the Niverville hotel will serve as the flagship for a larger design for the growing company.

Rempel also has more details concerning one of the most anticipated features of the new hotel: the waterpark.

“The waterpark will feature two large waterslides, a pool, a hot tub, and more,” he says. “It will become an exciting local recreation venue that is sure to bring more visitors to the community.”

While all these details of the property come together, the company is busily preparing to put shovels in the ground.

Construction is planned to begin in the late fall, and Rempel adds that the construction process will utilize pre-cast concrete panels.

Rempel says that since the original announcement in April, the business opportunities for the hotel have only been getting stronger and stronger.

“Ever since our initial announcement, we have become even more encouraged about the strong opportunities for this hotel business,” he says. “We hope to work closely with other community businesses to ensure guests in Niverville come to realize what true small town hospitality is all about.”

A key to the hotel’s success will be the many event venues in the surrounding area, not to mention the brand-new Community Resource and Recreation Centre just a block away. As of the start of July, the CRRC is opening its doors to with a soft launch, hosting a series of summer day camps.

“We are also encouraged by the new announcements recently, as well as those soon to come, regarding the other properties along Drovers Run and the level of investment confidence in the community that it represents,” Rempel says. “The local community is going to play a big part in helping this become a great success.”

A series of new photos, as well as a detailed animation video, showcase the property’s design. Rempel anticipates that the visuals will help people get excited about what’s to come.

“We hope that the residents of Niverville are excited about this building and what it represents,” he says. “Niverville will now have a new modern hotel with great amenities. Just as we will be great ambassadors for Niverville, we hope that everyone helps spread the word.”





For more information

Watch an animation showing a detailed mockup of the Niverville hotel: https://vimeo.com/564750247/e628bb883d

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