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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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St. Jane Chicago Hotel to Open in Spring 2018

St. Jane Chicago Hotel to Open in Spring 2018

CHICAGO—Becker Ventures with Chicago-based Aparium Hotel Group announced that next spring, the city’s Carbide & Carbon building will become the St. Jane Chicago, an independent lifestyle hotel brand. Originally built in 1929, the gold-leaf tower Carbide & Carbon building is ...

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Authentic Hotels Are Not a Myth

Authentic Hotels Are Not a Myth

The popularity of Airbnb has given rise to a set of consumer preferences that, until now, have been largely underestimated by many in the hotel industry. That is now changing, as more hoteliers recognize one of the key learnings from ...

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Historic Buildings Get Second Chance as Hotels

Historic Buildings Get Second Chance as Hotels

A schoolhouse in Pennsylvania, a general store in South Carolina, and a former mental asylum in New York: Three buildings that have seemingly nothing in common, but recently all achieved the same destiny—becoming a hotel. As historic and boutique hotels ...

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