The historic Ingalls Building in downtown is now open as the Courtyard Marriott after a multi-year $25 million renovation. Built back in 1903, the Ingalls Building was the world’s first skyscraper with concrete steel reinforcements. WXIX-TV
The Cadence Hotel in Niagara Falls, N.Y., has adopted Hotel Internet Services’ BeyondTV for guestroom content streaming and guest services. A recently-opened boutique property within walking distance of the Niagara Falls State Park, The Cadence’s implementation of BeyondTV is meant to keep pace with guest experience expectations. Hotel Management online
Major upgrades are coming to an Idaho ski resort, the first expansion of its size at the mountain in more than a decade, according to resort officials. The Columbian
Foreign travel being largely on hold for a couple of years has motivated millions of us to do something all too easily neglected: exploring the best of our beautiful island. And right at the top of the list has been Norfolk, whose vast coastline and wide-open skies have inspired poets and artists for centuries, not to mention being hugely popular with dog walkers and birdwatchers. Country Life
Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) is currently in the process of building Studio City Phase 2 in Macau, a Hollywood-inspired resort project. The construction recently reached full height.
A pair of Helena entrepreneurs plans to bring what they bill as the city's first boutique hotel to the site of the long-shuttered Memorial Park Apartments on Lyndale Avenue.
A historic building in the center of Hollister is looking for a remodel, and the woman behind the movement to get it done is making strides with events like the one held recentlly. KMVT-TV
A Spanish baroque-style West San Francisco Street hotel in downtown Santa Fe is set to start construction in early 2022 with features not contemplated when the project won initial city approvals. The Santa Fe New Mexican
Franchisee Pie Guys Restaurants has acquired 30-unit Ohio-based chain Rapid Fired Pizza for an undisclosed amount. Rapid Fired founder Ray Wiley will remain in place as a licensee running the eateries in Ohio, and Mike Kern and Chip Hurst of Pie Guys will run the company as CEO and chief development officer, respectively. Restaurant Business
Glenn Falls’ Industrial Development Agency is considering extending a series of tax breaks to the owners of The Queensbury Hotel to help cover the costs of a $3.8 million ballroom expansion project, which hotel management says will provide a huge boost to the city.