The Ketchum City Council will resume hearings regarding developer PEG’s applications for the proposed Ketchum Tribute Hotel on Tuesday, Jan. 21, at 4 p.m. in City Hall.
PEG representatives are expected to present finalized revisions for the Marriott-brand hotel, which is planned for the entryway to town at the southwest corner of Main and River streets.
A staff report made public on Jan. 17 recommends that the Ketchum City Council approve PEG’s planned-unit-development, conditional-use-permit and preliminary plat applications on Tuesday and asks for a state Highway 75 encroachment permit to be completed with the Idaho Transportation Department.
Since its first hotel hearing on Oct. 7, Utah-based PEG has reduced planned hotel rooms from 100 to 92, adjusted employee housing to include a total of 23 beds and reduced the project floor-area ratio (FAR) to comply with the 1.6 allowance set forth by Ketchum City Code.
Public comment and input will be taken prior to PEG and City Council deliberations.