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Boutique Hotel Planned for Downtown Pittsfield, Mass.

Boutique Hotel Planned for Downtown Pittsfield, Mass.

PITTSFIELD, Mass.—Main Street Hospitality Group (MSHG) announced the development of a new hotel on North Street in downtown Pittsfield, Mass. Hotel on North will be a 45-room property featuring an eclectic mix of furnishings and decor to reflect its heritage ...

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Boutique Hotel Taking Over Portland Press Herald Building

Boutique Hotel Taking Over Portland Press Herald Building

PORTLAND, Maine—The 90-year-old former Portland Press Herald building in Portland, Maine’s Old Port District will soon be transformed into the first boutique hotel of its kind in Maine. The hotel will launch as part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection. Originally built ...

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Sage Hospitality Announces The Crawford Hotel

Sage Hospitality Announces The Crawford Hotel

DENVER—Sage Hospitality, along with its partners in Denver’s Union Station, announced that the 112-room hotel within the historic building will be named The Crawford Hotel. Named after urban preservationist and Union Station partner Dana Crawford, the hotel will fill the ...

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Homewood Suites Opens Hotel in Dallas, Texas

Homewood Suites Opens Hotel in Dallas, Texas

DALLAS, Texas—Homewood Suites by Hilton announced the opening of its newest property in Dallas, Texas. The new downtown Dallas hotel, which was formerly the United Fidelity Life Insurance building, showcases Homewood Suites’ adaptive re-use program which converts historic and existing ...

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Residence Inn by Marriott to Open in Downtown Omaha

Residence Inn by Marriott to Open in Downtown Omaha

ROSEMONT, Ill.—Rosemont, Ill.-based First Hospitality Group, Inc. announced that its latest adaptive reuse project, the conversion of the former Federal Building in Omaha, Neb., into a Residence Inn by Marriott is complete. The hotel will open to the public September ...

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