Built in the first half of last century, Hotel Northland was considered the “grand dame” of Green Bay hotels for more than 50 years before being converted to senior apartments in the late 1970s. When the city issued an RFP asking developers to renovate the property, Kahler Slater was chosen by Frantz Community Investors to bring the eight-story hotel back to life.
Hotel Northland has been designed as a destination for travelers and locals alike. It is scheduled to be the city's only four-star boutique hotel, and the property will be the center of Green Bay's downtown social scene with a bar, restaurant and entertainment venue, as well as a spa and private club. Hotel Northland will marry historic architecture with classic contemporary finishes, energizing downtown with a hotel that will serve today's modern business and leisure traveler and programming that invigorates a property built in 1924.