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Three hotel development teams, including two that competed to develop the Sacramento Convention Center hotel, are vying to build a hotel and convention center on the University of California campus in Davis.
The high-end project, worth $15 million to $18 million, would go in next to the university's $52 million performing arts center that's supposed to break ground in March.
The finalists' next task is to assemble preliminary proposals and sketches of what they would do with the 4.5-acre site, which faces Interstate 80 at the south end of the campus.
The university says the hotel must have 150 to 200 rooms, 15,000 square feet of meeting space, and offer a full food service and catering to rooms and meetings. The hotel can be no taller than four stories and must be able to grow.
The finalists are: …