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Fun With Urban Planning

In their ongoing efforts to revamp old zoning guidelines, Jackson council members have voted to slightly expand the downtown lodging zone by 6 acres. They also voted to allow what they consider "resort hotels," or those bigger than 100,000 square feet or with more than 150 rooms, into the downtown commercial core. Current caps are 35,000 square feet for a single hotel building or 90,000 for a cluster of buildings. [Jackson Hole Property Guide]