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Canopy by Hilton D.C. Breaks Ground

Canopy by Hilton D.C. Breaks Ground

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Canopy by Hilton, Hilton Worldwide’s new hotel brand, and a joint venture between The Buccini/Pollin Group and Federal Realty has announced that the Canopy by Hilton Washington, D.C. Bethesda North has broken ground. Slated to open in the fall ...

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NewcrestImage to Build Modular AC Hotel in Oklahoma City

NewcrestImage to Build Modular AC Hotel in Oklahoma City

BOISE, Idaho and DALLAS—NewcrestImage, a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm, has announced a partnership with Guerdon Modular Buildings, a manufacturer of large-scale, complex modular construction projects, to use modular technology to build a 142-room AC Hotel in Oklahoma ...

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Sage Hospitality Announces The Elizabeth Hotel Development

Sage Hospitality Announces The Elizabeth Hotel Development

FORT COLLINS, Colo.—McWhinney, a Colorado-based national real estate development company, and Sage Hospitality, a national hotel developer and operator, have announced The Elizabeth Hotel as part of a new downtown development currently in progress at 354 Walnut Street in Fort ...

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TWA Flight Center to Take Off as New Hotel

TWA Flight Center to Take Off as New Hotel

Many New Yorkers will recall fond memories of their first time flying out of the TWA Flight Center at John F. Kennedy Airport. The curving 1960s-era white concourse, designed by legendary architect Eero Saarinen, served as TWA’s terminal until 2001. ...

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Granada Hotel Coming to Downtown Morgan Hill

Granada Hotel Coming to Downtown Morgan Hill

IRVINE, Calif.—International firm KTGY Architecture + Planning has announce that the Granada Hotel, a new four-story, contemporary-style boutique hotel with 60 guest rooms situated in the heart of downtown Morgan Hill, Calif., was unanimously approved by the city’s planning commission ...

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