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Shipping containers repurposed as Colorado hotel

The Pad in Silverthorne is a new hotel that owner Rob Baer says will be open for guest by mid-November. KUSA-TV

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Hotel makeover begins in Urbana, Illinois

An iconic building is getting a facelift in Urbana. Thursday, leaders broke ground on Hotel Royer. WCIA-TV

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Siesta Key, Florida panel lifts height limit for hotel

Sarasota County commissioners have voted to approve plans for a high-density hotel on Siesta Key. WFLA-TV

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Home2 Suites joins $50M project in Tupelo, Mississippi

The first guests are checking in at ‘Home 2 Suites” by Hilton. Christy Cook is director of sales and says there has been a lot of interest in the city’s newest hotel, before opening day. WCBI-TV

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Georgia firm seeks to revive Speedway, Indianapolis hotel project

A Georgia-based hotel development firm is trying to bring a development project near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway back to life. Hotel Equities told the Speedway Town Council that it hopes to take over construction of the Wilshaw Hotel. WFYI-TV/WFYI-FM

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Revival plan approved for historic Arkansas hotel

Certificates of appropriateness that the Hot Springs Historic District Commission issued to the Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa recently gave the hotel the go-ahead for improvements that its president of operations said represent a "significant investment" in the building, which has commanded upper Central Avenue since 1925. Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

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Construction starts on 15-story Denver hotel-apartment complex

A project spanning a full city block in Jefferson Park that will feature both apartments and hotel units has broken ground, four months after the property and plans were sold. The Denver Post

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Downtown Indianapolis’ Canal Walk to gain extended-stay hotel

Almost 40 years after opening in Indianapolis, the American College of Sports Medicine is working with a developer to transform its campus along the Canal Walk into a mixed-use space with offices and a 125-room hotel. The Indianapolis Star

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$170M hotel-plus plan called game-changer for Mich. city

A hotel, restaurants and loft apartments are featured in a proposed $170 million development in Warren, touted as the makings of a downtown business district in Michigan's third-largest city. WDIV-TV

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