Analysis of property data identifies communities prone to frequent flooding.
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The hotel provides 147, 860 sm of space across 42 floors.
There’s two types of people in this world: those who like The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, and th...read more
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Stantec Architecture and Studio K Creative designed the project.
Rendering courtesy of DAS Architects
DAS Architects designed the project.
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The 75,000-sf hotel is currently under construction.
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The hotel brings 282 suites to Seattle’s oldest neighborhood.
The 96,000-sf Merrill Place, a residence hall on the 170-acre campus of Plymouth (N.H.) State University, will convert its student rooms to hotel rooms during the summer. Image: (c) Anton Grassl
The opening of a new residence hall could help with Plymouth State University’s hospitality marke...read more
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Decades in the making, the chalet is located within 10 miles of Denali’s summit.
From real-time guest feedback to AI-driven hyper-personalization, the hotel of the future will em...read more
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The hotel will provide 360-degree views of the Svartisen glacier and the surrounding arctic natur...
Music City has experienced a hotel construction boom in recent years, making for a more competiti...read more
Dallas, Houston, and New York lead the way, with more than 460 hotel projects in the works.
Living the Till, EoA Inc.'s treetop hotel resort concept, is this year's Radical Innovation grand prize winner. The concept, which allows for temporary inhabitable living in remote areas, was chosen from 65 entries. Image: EoA Inc.
The grand prize hotel concept gives new meaning to “back to nature.”
A rendering of the Innovation Complex in Providence, R.I., which broke ground last month. The 191,000-sf complex is the latest “knowledge community”—and the second in Providence—to be developed by Wexford Science + Technology. Image: Wexford
The campus is expected to include an Aloft hotel.
The Indigo Hotel in downtown Los Angeles will recall eras of that city's history with art in different rooms and areas. (Note the art in the ceiling of the hotel's Sky Bar.) Saiful Bouquet was the structural engineer for the project. Photo courtesy HBA.
Turner Construction Co., Swinerton, and The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. top BD+C’s ra...read more
The 250-key Paséa Hotel & Spa, which opened a year ago in Huntington Beach, Calif., is loaded with amenities that include a deck-level restaurant situated between the pool and the 191,000-sf Pacific City retail center. The restaurant’s wine and liquor are stored (and displayed) on several floors that lead to a bar on the roof of the restaurant, illuminated by an umbrella-like light fixture. Photo courtesy Pacific Hospitality Group and WATG
Because hotels can take as long as six years to complete, spotting trends—and differentiating the...read more
NV5 Global, WSP, and DeSimone Consulting Engineers top BD+C’s ranking of the nation’s la...read more
The swimming pool at the Hilton Jinan swimming pool, designed by Wilson Associates. Photo: WIlson Associates
Gensler, WATG and Wimberly Interiors, and HKS top BD+C’s ranking of the nation’s largest...read more
The Marriott Downtown in Omaha, Neb.'s Capitol District is one of Leo A Daly's recent hospitality projects. Its new managing principal Ken Martin foresees hospitality seeping into the firm's other practices. Image: Courtesy Leo A Daly
Ken Martin views this sector as an incubator of innovation.
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Marriott has the most rooms currently under construction with 482 Projects/67,434 Rooms.
The 122-unit Hotel Trio in Sonoma County is one of several hospitality projects under development in California's wine regions. Image: Courtesy R.D. Olson Construction
New entrant, Hotel Trio, will play up location and affordability.
The 45-story, 500-foot-tall tower is composed of two primary volumes.
The “living room,” a common meeting place within the W Bellevue in Washington State, takes its cue from local long house design. Image: Marriott International
The brand’s focus will incorporate aspects of its properties’ surrounding communities.
The northeastern corner of the site and is planned to include a hotel with up to 150 rooms, deck pool, event space, pedestrian banquet bridge connections, and views of the Disneyland fireworks. Active frontages engage the Festival Street and orient activity toward the interior of site, minimizing potential impacts to existing residential neighbors. Rendering courtesy KTGY Architecture + Planning
The development will include apartments, ground-floor retail, and a five-story hotel.
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Over 11 different fitness equipment and accessory options are available in each suite.
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The project team consisted of MIT graduate students across five departments.