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Des Moines, Iowa, fixture to undergo $37.7M hotel conversion
posted on Oct 18 17

A 104-year-old downtown landmark office building will soon be the city’s newest hotel. The Midland building, located on 6th Avenue and Mulberry Street next to the Polk County Courthouse, will receive a $37.7 million transformation. Read the KCCI-TV story here

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Chick-fil-A to open its biggest eatery in N.Y.
posted on Oct 18 17

Chick-fil-A will open a 12,000-square-foot, five-story restaurant in New York City's Financial District, with three dining rooms, a meeting space and a rooftop deck, the company said. The chain's third Manhattan location will be its largest to date. Read the amNewYork story here

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London NYC to become Conrad New York Midtown after makeover
posted on Oct 18 17

New York's London NYC will reflag as the Conrad New York Midtown in 2019 after a renovation by Hilton. The 516-room property will be the city's second Conrad, joining all-suite Conrad New York near Battery Park. Read the Travel Weekly story here

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$24M theater-themed Memphis, Tenn., hotel proposed
posted on Oct 18 17

Luke Chamblee’s company built the Graduate Hotel in Oxford, which was designed to reflect the unique culture of the town. Now LRC2 Properties has partnered with Loeb Properties to build a 100-room hotel to serve a burgeoning theater district in Memphis. Read the Mississippi Business Journal story here

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Honolulu hotels rebrand following renovations
posted on Oct 17 17

Hawaii's Pacific Beach Hotel is planning a December relaunch as the Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach following a $115 million renovation. The former Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki has reopened as Prince Waikiki after an eight-month, $55 million revamp. Read the Los Angeles Times story here

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