Overall the design looks rather pedestrian, and is reminiscent of the many suburban hotels the architects have done. It isn't horrid, but I'm still unenthused about the project. The building materials are a snooze-fest. I'm trying to keep an open mind, but it looks pretty much like what it is - a budget hotel for office workers. Hooray, welcome to revitalization, downtown!
In my earlier post, I questioned what they would do about parking - the plans I've got show 12 stories of parking, an amenity level on the 13th floor, followed by 25 stories of hotel rooms. I don't have a document hosting capacity at this point, but you can get an abbreviated version of the PDFs at the Phillips portfolio site. Scroll through the images until the end, when the Toyoko Inn project comes up.