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Work begins on Fort Lauderdale AC Hotel by Marriott
posted on Mar 22 19

Miami-based real estate investment and development firm Key International has broken ground on a new AC Hotel by Marriott in Fort Lauderdale Beach, Florida. Read the GlobeSt story here

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Historic NOLA district may see 2-suite boutique hotel
posted on Mar 22 19

Heirloom Properties, the owner of multiple short-term rental properties, is seeking to transform an empty Lower Garden District lot into a two-suite boutique hotel. Read the Uptown Messenger story here

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St. Louis YMCA center to transform into 21c Museum Hotel
posted on Mar 22 19

The old YMCA building downtown will be turned into a 200-room 21c Museum Hotel, a concept that features contemporary art collections in exhibit space open to the public. Read the St. Louis Post-Dispatch story here

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College Station, Texas, set to get Drury Inn & Suites
posted on Mar 22 19

A 7-story Drury Inn & Suites is planned for the Chimney Hill plaza in the 700 block of University Drive. It'll be located directly behind the new Republic Steakhouse restaurant. Read the KBTX-TV story here

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Blowing Rock, N.C., may be in line for new hotel
posted on Mar 20 19

A 40-room, three-story hotel with self-contained parking and a full-service restaurant and bar is being proposed for a 0.905-acre tract of land in Blowing Rock, as first unveiled during a public meeting on March 6 at the Blowing Rock Art and History Museum. Read the Watauga Democrat story here

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