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Health Care: Next Steps

In June, the United States Supreme Court ruled on one of the most anticipated cases in decades—the landmark Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). The Court decided that ACA was constitutional and upheld the mandate that most Americans obtain ...

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Intricacies of the Business

While the hotel asset class generally falls into one of the top five food groups, along with multifamily, office, industrial, and retail, it is the one that is most often most misunderstood, and perhaps feared, by commercial real estate lenders. ...

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Right On Schedule

In the fall of 2010, when U.S. hotel managers were preparing 2011 budgets, most industry participants were pleasantly surprised at the strong pace of the recovery in lodging demand. By year-end 2010, the occupancy level for U.S. hotels increased by ...

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4Q4: Randy Taormina, Refinery Hotel

Located in a former millinery building from 1912, the Refinery Hotel in new york city’s Garment District is expected to open in late fall or early winter. The loft-like, industrial-chic hotel features subtle riffs on period details and nods to ...

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Rising Residence Inn

New developments, especially those of the large-scale variety, are hard to come by these days. But in Chicopee, Mass., near Springfield, BK Investments and Waterford Hotel Group are teaming up to build a new Residence Inn by Marriott to be ...

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