A Tampa, Fla., real estate developer plans to put a luxury five-star hotel and condominium in downtown Charleston at the site of a former Days Inn by Wyndham.

The 155 Meeting St. location also will house retail and restaurant space, the company said in a news release.Strategic Property Partners announced today that it has selected Morris Adjmi Architects to design the project. Morris Adjmi will also collaborate with Charleston architect Stephen Ramos, according to the news release. Ramos has led efforts on a number of other developments in the area including the Spectator Hotel and The Pinch, where he worked with Morris Adjmi Architects.

“We are excited to work alongside the community and our project partners to revitalize this site and look forward to sharing development plans as they evolve,” Brad Cooke, Strategic Property Partners’ senior vice president of development. “At 155 Meeting St., our goal is to deliver a mixed-use project that embodies Charleston’s timeless character and human-scaled urban fabric. We understand the significance of building amongst some of the city’s most important civic buildings and intend to create something that complements the historic district that the community will be proud of for years to come.”

“We’re thrilled to have this opportunity to continue shaping the evolution of Charleston’s beloved historic district,” Morris Adjmi said in the release. “Our design approach will remain focused on bridging the city’s past, present and future with architecture inspired by Charleston’s unique history, context and community.”

Hollander Design, which has designed private and public gardens, green spaces and landscapes such as The Pendry Baltimore and The Belnord in New York City, will lead the project’s landscape architecture.

Strategic Property Partners is currently developing Water Street Tampa, a 56-acre mixed-use neighborhood on the waterfront in downtown.

Strategic Property Partners LLC is a full-service real estate developer, owner and operator. The company is owned and capitalized through a partnership between Cascade Investment LLC and Jeff Vinik, the release said.