GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - The sale and redevelopment of a downtown Green Bay hotel has been green lighted by city leaders.
The city paid almost $3 million for the 146-room Clarion Hotel earlier this year, after being in foreclosure. The city's Redevelopment Authority approved the sale to a developer, who's currently operating it, for $2.7 million.
The full city council still needs to approve the deal.
Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt previously said the purchase ensures the planned KI convention center expansion crossing Adams Street can happen.