Paducah to introduce new downtown hotel developers

A plan to build a new hotel in downtown Paducah is moving forward.

The City of Paducah says it will introduce new hotel developers who are planning to build a hotel in downtown Paducah Thursday afternoon.

Mayor Gayle Kaler says the city will also be providing information on the development agreement during the news conference.

The new hotel will be next to the Julian Convention Center. It will have 123 rooms and a restaurant.

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