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Tribute Portfolio coming to Overton Square in Memphis, Tenn.
posted on Aug 17 18

Construction is expected to begin in November on a new boutique hotel in Overton Square. The 109-room hotel is slated to be built on Cooper Street just north of the Hattiloo Theater and will be branded under Marriott's brand Tribute Portfolio. Read the WREG-TV story here

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Navy site transformation in Boston continues with hotel
posted on Aug 17 18

Once a chain manufacturing sight for the U.S. Navy, the newly renovated Chain Forge Building is now a hotel. Read the WCVB-TV story here

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Hotel Julian Chicago on track for fall opening
posted on Aug 17 18

Hotel Julian Chicago is slated to make its arrival in the Windy City this fall as the latest property in the Oxford Hotels & Resorts portfolio. The hotel will debut within the fully overhauled, Benjamin Marshall-designed Atlantic Bank Building on North Michigan Avenue, following a restoration by locally based architecture and design firm the Gettys Group. Read the Hospitality Design story here

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Hotel-restaurant plan approved in Millsboro, Del.
posted on Aug 17 18

The Town of Millsboro just grew a little larger—somewhere between 80 and 100 hotel rooms, and one restaurant, larger. Read the Coastal Point story here

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Miami Dolphins to build new training facility
posted on Aug 16 18

The NFL's Miami Dolphins intend to move their training facility from Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Fla., to Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. While initial projections priced the construction at $50 million, the ultimate price tag could range from $75 million to $80 million. Read The Palm Beach Post story here

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