Four Seasons Philadelphia's old home to be independent hotel


The building on Logan Square that used to house the Four Seasons Philadelphia will reopen this fall as the Logan, Philadelphia’s Hotel. It will be part of Hilton’s Curio collection of independent hotels.

The 364-room Logan will be “almost unrecognizable” after renovations to its rooms and public areas, said Sage Hospitality, which will manage the hotel.

The property will have a new spa and gym plus an Urban Farmer steakhouse, operated by Sage Restaurant Group. (There also are Urban Farmer steakhouses at The Nines in Portland, Oregon, and the Westin Cleveland Downtown.)

The Four Seasons closed last week, but the brand will return to Philadelphia in 2017, when it is due to move into the Comcast Innovation and Technology Center.

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