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Nobu Hotel Palo Alto, California goes all in with makeover
posted on Jan 22 21

Nobu Hotel, which just completed a multimillion-dollar renovation that includes a variety of new contactless features, is also offering day passes to those who don't necessarily need a place to spend the night but might enjoy some of the hotel's amenities, such as its business center and lunch from its restaurant. Read the Palo Alto Online story here

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Lavish F&B setup planned for San Antonio hotel
posted on Jan 22 21

Thompson San Antonio, the 162-room luxury hotel that will anchor a new mixed-use development along the banks of the River Walk, has unveiled plans for a collection of restaurants and bars it will introduce to the Alamo City in early 2021. Read the KSAT-TV story here

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Colorado ski resort draws strength from national base
posted on Jan 22 21

Snowmass Village has suffered some missteps on its development path over the years, but since East West Partners became the managing developer in 2016, the future has looked up and seemed more assured. Read the Aspen Daily News story here

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Times Square hotel makes progress with construction
posted on Jan 21 21

Berg + Moss Architects designed a 48-story hotel in New York City's iconic Times Square that is making progress on construction. The concrete walls for the 630-room hotel have yet to be placed, but the glass and metal curtain wall appears to be finished. Read the New York YIMBY story here

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University-owned mall undergoing changes
posted on Jan 21 21

The Macy's building at Lynchburg, Virginia's West End of River Ridge will be demolished and the property redeveloped into an open-air shopping center and food court on behalf of Liberty University, which owns the mall. The demolition is planned for the first quarter of 2021 and the shopping center project is scheduled for 2022. Read the Shopping Center Business story here

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