Pandemic scuttles hotel project in Lincoln, Nebraska

The coronavirus pandemic has likely scuttled plans for another downtown hotel. Keating Resources, which bought the Gold's Building last December with plans to redevelop it and add a 110-room extended-stay hotel, has changed course. Read the Lincoln Journal Star story here

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$300M update on the way for Tuscon International Airport

Updated runways highlight a $300 million remodeling of Tucson International Airport in Arizona. The five-year project is funded primarily by the Federal Aviation Administration and is expected to create 1,000 jobs. Read the Chamber Business News story here

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March debut set for Hyatt House in Rochester, Minnesota

A new hotel will be opening its doors in Rochester next spring. Hyatt House Rochester will be taking in visitors starting next March, and guests will be able to stay in one of 172 rooms. There will also be a new bar on the in the building. Read the KIMT-TV story here


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Riu appeals court’s block of $95.6M Cancun build

The Spanish hotel chain Riu Hotels & Resorts has filed an appeal against a court ruling that ordered the definitive suspension of construction of a 530-room hotel in Cancún’s hotel zone. Read the Mexico News Daily story here

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2 projects advance in Chattanooga, Tennessee

A $300 million residential and commercial project in Chattanooga, Tennesse is one of two major projects that has won approval from the city and county's planning commission. The other is a plan by JMB Construction for 200 homes spanning 121.5 acres. Read the Chattanooga Times Free Press story here

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Kansas City Zoo in Montana to build $75M aquarium

The Kansas City Zoo in Missouri has received permission to build a $75 million aquarium and hopes to design the structure and begin construction next year. The Kansas City Parks and Recreation Board of Commissioners has approved the 600,000-gallon aquarium covering 60,000 square feet. Read the The Kansas City Star story here

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4-skyscraper redevelopment planned in Dallas

Hunt Realty plans to build four skyscrapers as part of a mixed-use village near Victory Park in Dallas, according to The Dallas Morning News. The redevelopment covers 11 acres and offers more than 3.75 million square feet of space, with the largest tower rising 83 stories.

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Work begins on Omaha, Nebraska, science center

Work is underway on a $101 million science center in Omaha, Nebraska The Kiewit Luminarium is named after the construction company donating to the project, which forms part of a riverfront renovation. Read the Omaha World-Herald story here


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Construction begins on $2.3B NYC office tower

Developers have broken ground on the $2.3 billion One Madison Avenue office tower in Manhattan, New York City's biggest commercial development since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. AECOM Tishman is leading construction on the four-year project, which is expected to create more than 3,000 construction jobs. Read the Construction Dive story here

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$50M office project breaks ground in Chicago

Work has launched on a $50 million office campus in Chicago's West Humboldt Park neighborhood. The Terminal project is funded by Morningstar founder Joe Mansueto's investment firm as a way to revive struggling neighborhoods. Read the Chicago Tribune story here

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