Patel: Candlewood for long-term guests

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Groundbreaking for the Candlewood Suites on Texas 35 east included, from left: Ken Johnson, Carolyn Thames, Asher Hamilton, Prashant Patel, County Judge Nate McDonald, Shea Ingram, Forrest Snyder and D.C. Dunham.

Candlewood Suites new extended-stay complex of 76 rooms – all with kitchens – was celebrated with a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday morning.
   “These type of projects are what needed” in Matagorda County’s drive for economic development, County Judge Nate McDonald remarked at the groundbreaking.
   “We’re seeing a lot of need for long-term stays,” from professionals working at plants in Matagorda and Brazoria counties, said Candlewood owner.
   Patel also owns Hampton Inn in Bay City. 
   “The Candlewood Suites are unique – they’re more of a furnished apartment. There’s nothing like it here,” he said.
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