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U.S. Construction Pipeline Picking Up Speed

U.S. Construction Pipeline Picking Up Speed

The total construction pipeline continued its upward trend in Q1 2014 and now stands at 3,226 projects/407,235 rooms, up 13 percent and 15 percent, respectively, year-over-year (YOY). For the second consecutive quarter, the pipeline posted a double-digit percentage increase after ...

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U.S. Hotel Pipeline Shows Modest Recovery

U.S. Hotel Pipeline Shows Modest Recovery

First quarter results show that the total U.S. pipeline has begun a modest recovery off the cyclical bottom established just a year ago in the first quarter of 2012. The improvement is a result of increases in both new project ...

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Across the Pacific

Across the Pacific

In the fourth quarter of 2012, the Asia Pacific construction pipeline reached a record high with 2,401 projects (557,505 rooms). To put these numbers into perspective, just three countries—China, India, and Indonesia—make up 91 percent of the projects and 89 ...

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Buyer’s Market

Last year was a quiet one for transactions considering all the factors that traditionally fuel lodging investments were the most favorable in years. In 2012, 1,342 hotels containing a total of 183,300 rooms changed ownership for an estimated total investment ...

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