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Stew Leonard’s enters N.J. with 7th store
posted on Sep 23 19

Martha Stewart will oversee the grand opening of the first Stew Leonard's store in New Jersey. The opening marks the grocer's seventh location, with the last store opening on Long Island, N.Y., in August 2017. Read the Progressive Grocer story here

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Hawaii stadium on track for 2023 opening
posted on Sep 23 19

The University of Hawaii is on track to have a new home for its football team by 2023, according to contractor Crawford Architects of Kansas City, Missouri. An environmental impact statement for Aloha Stadium should be ready before August. Read The Associated Press story here

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New-builds, renovations liven Houston downtown lodging
posted on Sep 23 19

Two new properties and two extensive makeovers comprise the hottest hotel activity in downtown Houston since the Super Bowl in 2017. AC Hotel, Cambria Hotel, C. Baldwin and The Magnolia carry room rate minimums ranging from $126 to $159. Read the Houston Chronicle story here

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Top floors of Spokane, Wash., hotel undergo condo conversion
posted on Sep 23 19

Work to convert the top floors of the old Ridpath Hotel into condos continues, according to permits issued by the city. The 12th and 13th floors of the building have long been considered for privately owned condos, but only recently did permits get issued for the 12th floor, which will have 14 units and see nearly $500,000 in renovation work. Read The Spokesman-Review story here

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New owner of Wash. hotel wants to make business thrive
posted on Sep 20 19

Camas Hotel, a 107-year-old hotel in Camas, Wash., has a new owner who, at 32, has already started a clothing line and owned two previous hotels. Read the Camas-Washougal Post-Record story here

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