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Innovative RoboticValet(TM) Parking System to be used at the Grand Hotel in Hollywood Beach, Florida.

Posted on | February 13, 2012 | No Comments

Development on the Grand Hotel in Hollywood, FL has just restarted after a long hiatus during which the property’s current owner, Liberty Sites, Ltd., purchased the site out of foreclosure.  Moses Bensusan, CEO of Liberty Sites which is a leading Canadian real estate developer, stated, “Our overall project concept is very contemporary, progressive, and forward thinking to ensure the long term success of this property. We have been very careful to incorporate what we feel is an exciting and attractive building design, the very best interior design elements, and to utilize cutting edge technology, such as a robotic parking system. We chose Boomerang Systems as the supplier of our robotic parking system after carefully considering and studying multiple other systems. Their RoboticValet Parking system has many advantages over all the other systems we looked at and we are confident their system will be a wonderful amenity enjoyed by all of our hotel guests and unit owners.”
The Grand Hotel will offer a mix of condominium units and hotel rooms. It features a contemporary exterior building design complimented by elegant, sophisticated interior appointments. Liberty’s renowned in-house designer and architect, Paula Villabona, heads up the design team responsible for the entire project. Paula stated, “We recently submitted our architectural drawings and project renderings to the City of Hollywood in December of 2011. They absolutely loved our design concept and enthusiastically granted us approval to move forward with the permitting process. We anticipate breaking ground and beginning construction this summer.”

Rich Cline, who serves as the Director of Business development for Boomerang Systems, Inc., and who has worked closely with Moses and Paula on the Grand Hotel stated, “We at Boomerang are thrilled to be a part of the Grand Hotel project and are very excited to begin our implementation process later this year.”

Boomerang Systems, Inc. a leading designer and manufacturer of automated robotic parking and self storage systems, will supply 226 parking spaces utilizing its innovative RoboticValet(TM) Parking System in the Grand Hotel.


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