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$24M boutique hotel project converting bank building in Mich.
posted on Feb 21 18

According to economic development officials in St. Clair County, investors from outside the area have been more excited about opportunities there than local investors, who perhaps took the area and what it had to offer — including relatively cheap real estate, vacant retail space and close proximity to miles of beautiful, blue water — for granted. Read the Crain's Detroit Business story here

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TownePlace project moving forward in Fort Mill, S.C.
posted on Feb 21 18

On site work for Fort Mill’s newest hotel should start this fall. TownePlace Suites by Marriott will have about 120 suites on 3.62 acres, according to the Fort Mill Times. The site is just beside the Cracker Barrel across from Carowinds.

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Hotel conversion planned for Commerce Center building in Birmingham, Ala.
posted on Feb 21 18

A 96-room luxury hotel is planned for the former Commerce Center building in downtown Birmingham. Rhaglan Hospitality executives said the hotel will be similar to the Redmont Hotel, which his company redeveloped in 2016. The Redmont is a Curio Collection by Hilton hotel. Read The Birmingham News story here

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$240M hotel being built at Ore. Convention Center
posted on Feb 21 18

Foundation work is complete on the Hyatt Regency Portland at the Oregon Convention Center, a 600-room hotel in the Lloyd District. Officials expect the structure to generate additional conventions and draw more tourists to the area. Mortenson is the developer and design-builder of the $240 million project, which was designed by ESG Architects of Minneapolis. The 14-story building will have a bar, a restaurant and a ground-floor retail market, as well as 32,000 square feet of ballroom and meeting space. Read the Daily Journal of Commerce story here

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Christian Science church in D.C. becomes a hotel
posted on Feb 20 18

Preserved religious items share space with edgy design touches in the Line, a Washington, D.C., hotel which was originally the First Church of Christ, Scientist. The neoclassical structure built in 1912 was unoccupied for nearly a quarter of a century before New York-based Sydell Group bought it five years ago. Read The Washington Post story here

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