Home / Finance + Development / Development (page 4)

Category Archives: Development

Feed Subscription

Arbor Lodging Partners and NVN Hotels Merge

Arbor Lodging Partners and NVN Hotels Merge

CHICAGO, Ill.—Chicago-based Arbor Lodging Partners and NVN Hotels announced that the two companies will now operate under the name Arbor Lodging (Arbor), with the investment arm continuing as Arbor Lodging Partners and the management arm, NVN Hotels, now operating as ...

Read More »

My Place To Expand Into South Carolina

My Place To Expand Into South Carolina

GREENVILLE, S.C.—My Place Hotels of America announced that its first hotel in South Carolina is slated to open in Greenville in the Spring of 2018. The hotel’s owners, Aaron Lawson and Daniel Pretorius, recently debuted the brand in Idaho with ...

Read More »

Choice Reveals Plans to Surpass 100 Cambria Hotels

Choice Reveals Plans to Surpass 100 Cambria Hotels

ROCKVILLE, Md.—Choice Hotels International, Inc. announced aggressive growth and development plans for its upscale brand, Cambria Hotels, in 2017. Cambria now has 30 hotels open across the United States, and more than 70 in the pipeline. Four hotels have opened ...

Read More »

Hotel VIA Opens in San Francisco With Tech-Driven Design

Hotel VIA Opens in San Francisco With Tech-Driven Design

SAN FRANCISCO–Hotel VIA, the first newly-constructed hotel since 2008 in San Francisco, announced that it will open in June 2017. Located in the city’s South Beach neighborhood across from AT&T Park, the 159-room hotel has a design that integrates the latest ...

Read More »

The Tripling of Marriott’s Soft Brand Offerings

The Tripling of Marriott’s Soft Brand Offerings

When Marriott acquired Starwood last year, Marriott became the largest hotel company in the world. Post acquisition, Marriott now owns three soft brands, The Autograph Collection, The Luxury Collection, and The Tribute Portfolio. With the sudden tripling of the company’s soft ...

Read More »

Asia Pacific Pipeline, Excluding China, Remains Steady

Asia Pacific Pipeline, Excluding China, Remains Steady

PORTSMOUTH, N.H.—The most recent Asia Pacific Construction Pipeline Trend Report by analysts at Lodging Econometrics found that the total hotel pipeline for the region, excluding China, has 1,561 projects with 314,716 rooms, up 1 percent by projects year-over-year (YOY). The number of projects under ...

Read More »
Scroll To Top
CLOSE
CLOSE