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New hotel called essential to Ginowan City growth

Date Posted: 2005-01-20

Construction of a new hotel on Ginowan’s Westside, a tunnel and massive land reclamation projects are keys to expansion and growth for the central Okinawa city.

Ginowan City officials are soliciting companies to participate in business projects for their city, but haven’t yet made selections. The mayor and Location-Analysis Committee Chairman Shiro Nosaki met again this week to study three company applicants wanting to be part of the action.

Conditions set for applicants are that each company have enough money to participate and run a business, and determining what type companies and tenants would require building construction. Officials say they want to make decisions by the end of March, with land sales and transfers accomplished quickly in order that construction begin.

Ginowan City wants applicants to have their paperwork submitted by February 15.

A tunnel being constructed beneath Naha harbor linking Ginowan, Urasoe and the airport while bypassing Naha traffic is to be complete in several years. The new highway will pass along reclaimed land west of Ginowan, Urasoe and Camp Kinser, dip under the harbor, then connect with Naha International Airport and the nearby Expressway.

Ginowan City is marketing its new town as the best location for business and high end residential properties. The Tokyo Prince Hotel, which is already a cornerstone of the reclamation and development program, is now on the drawing boards.

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