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Managing Historic Hotel Renovation Projects for Success

Managing Historic Hotel Renovation Projects for Success

Historic hotel renovation projects are always a balancing act. When done correctly, it’s possible to create a modern lodging experience that upholds brand standards while staying true to the authenticity of the original space. However, poor planning, scheduling issues, unrealistic ...

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Check Out: The Eliza Jane Press Room

Check Out: The Eliza Jane Press Room

In the late 1800s, The Daily Picayune in New Orleans was one of the country’s first major newspapers, and Eliza Jane Nicholson was its first female editor. In the shell of the warehouse where the newspaper office once stood is ...

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Check Out the Hyatt House Jersey City Lounge

Check Out the Hyatt House Jersey City Lounge

In the center of Jersey City, N.J.’s, emerging financial and art district, the Hyatt House Jersey City offers a glamorous, yet approachable, aesthetic that welcomes guests from all walks of life. The adaptive reuse of the First National Bank of ...

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Persistence Is Key When Updating Historic Properties

Persistence Is Key When Updating Historic Properties

For David Roedel, business development officer at Roedel Companies, The Hotel Saranac represented much more than a business venture. “Both my father and brother spent a lot of time in the village of Saranac Lake. In fact, both were married ...

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