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Mass. Still Investigating Steve Wynn And Wynn Resorts For Sexual Misconduct Claims
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Mass. Still Investigating Steve Wynn And Wynn Resorts For Sexual Misconduct Claims

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Another Infill Remodel Opens Its Doors For Guests
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Another Infill Remodel Opens Its Doors For Guests

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Times Square
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Maefield, Fortress Buying Out Witkoff And Partners At 20 Times Square In $1.5B Deal

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Cambria Hotel & Suites Signs On At Buzzard Point Development
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Cambria Hotel & Suites Signs On At Buzzard Point Development

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Kansas Developer Buys 5-Acre Piece of Peterson's Commonwealth Center To Build Hotel
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Kansas Developer Buys 5-Acre Piece of Peterson's Commonwealth Center To Build Hotel

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Strong Hospitality Sales Performance Expected To Continue Through 2018
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Strong Hospitality Sales Performance Expected To Continue Through 2018

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New Mixed-Use Kimpton Hotel Coming To Garden Grove Anaheim Resort District
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New Mixed-Use Kimpton Hotel Coming To Garden Grove Anaheim Resort District

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Investors Still Aren’t Worried About Risks From Natural Disasters, But That Could Prove Costly
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Investors Still Aren’t Worried About Risks From Natural Disasters, But That Could Prove Costly

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Thompson Hospitality Looks To Build 138-Room Hotel Next To Its Reston HQ
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Thompson Hospitality Looks To Build 138-Room Hotel Next To Its Reston HQ

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Miami Investor Acquires Westin Tysons Corner
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Miami Investor Acquires Westin Tysons Corner

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Hilton CEO Says Waldorf Astoria Is Not For Sale
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Hilton CEO Says Waldorf Astoria Is Not For Sale

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Leasing Underway At Bay 101 Technology Place In San Jose
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Leasing Underway At Bay 101 Technology Place In San Jose

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With Robustness Comes Headaches For Nashville CRE
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With Robustness Comes Headaches For Nashville CRE

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San Diego Skyline
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San Diego's Hotel Market Significantly Affected By Chargers' Leaving

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Hotel Deals Dropped In 2017 In Spite Of Unconventional Deals
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Hotel Deals Dropped In 2017 In Spite Of Unconventional Deals

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Creative Office With Food Hall, Rooftop Restaurant Coming To LA's Fashion District
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Creative Office With Food Hall, Rooftop Restaurant Coming To LA's Fashion District

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The Abbey Group Adopts Multifamily Strategy In Hyatt Partnership For Office Amenities
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The Abbey Group Adopts Multifamily Strategy In Hyatt Partnership For Office Amenities

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Inside Airbnb’s Battle To Go Public Or Stay Private
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Inside Airbnb’s Battle To Go Public Or Stay Private

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Hotel Room
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Wyndham In Talks To Sell European Vacation-Rental Business To Platinum Equity For $1B

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Bolstered By Political Rallies, Conventions, D.C.'s Hotel Market Posts Strong 2017
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Bolstered By Political Rallies, Conventions, D.C.'s Hotel Market Posts Strong 2017

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Steve Wynn Steps Down As CEO Of Wynn Resorts
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Steve Wynn Steps Down As CEO Of Wynn Resorts

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Sterling Bay Secures $48M Refinancing Package For Talbott Hotel
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Sterling Bay Secures $48M Refinancing Package For Talbott Hotel

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GRBCC
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Convention Center Continues Record-Breaking Sales Run

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 Steve Wynn LLC Hid $7.5M Assault Payout, Could Derail Massachusetts Casino
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Steve Wynn LLC Hid $7.5M Assault Payout, Could Derail Massachusetts Casino

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Portofino Hotel Near Disneyland And Convention Center Sells For $26M
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Portofino Hotel Near Disneyland And Convention Center Sells For $26M

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Tchenguiz's £510M Hilton Collapse Is Biggest Portfolio Administration This Cycle
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Tchenguiz's £510M Hilton Collapse Is Biggest Portfolio Administration This Cycle

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Could Sexual Misconduct Allegations Derail This Mega-Project?
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Could Sexual Misconduct Allegations Derail This Mega-Project?

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Gaylord's GM Builds Relationships To Help Fill 1,500 Jobs
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Gaylord's GM Builds Relationships To Help Fill 1,500 Jobs

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The $225M redevelopment go the 1956-era iconic hotel and joining Dallas Central Library by Mehrdad Moayedi’s Centurion American Development Group will have 219 units of apartments, 159 hotel rooms and 20K SF of meeting and events space. Preleasing of the Statler Residences’ 219 units of one, two and three bedroom floor plans has already started. Residents will move in May 1. The hotel, which has been vacant since the early 2000s, is slated to deliver in late summer or early fall.
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Why Hospitality Is Trending Toward Infill Historic Remodels

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Nuns On The Run: Loreto Hostel On Stephen’s Green On Sale For €16M
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Nuns On The Run: Loreto Hostel On Stephen’s Green On Sale For €16M

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