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Hospitality Brands Build Back With Customer-Centric Tech

While the hospitality sector awaits another COVID-19 stimulus bill, creativity is in high demand because hotel brands that continue to engage guests in unexpected ways with new and relevant services—even when they are staying at home—will emerge from the

Why Precast Concrete is an Appealing Choice for Student Housing

When it comes to designing and building new student housing, speed is typically of the essence as colleges and universities are eager to get those beds online as quickly as possible. For schools in regions with inclement winter weather, speed takes on

Historic Brooklyn Hotel Reopens as Luxury Senior Community

The first new luxury retirement community in New York City in 20 years has opened its doors. The Watermark at Brooklyn Heights is a joint venture of Kayne Anderson Real Estate,  Watermark Retirement Communities and Tishman Speyer. A lending consortium that

Uncertainty Shades a Once-Soaring Multifamily Construction Market

The developer TPA Residential recently selected McShane Construction to build Woodward Crossing, a Class-A, 265-unit apartment complex on 7.8 acres in Buford, Ga. The apartments would be inside two buildings, four and five stories, designed by the

Marriott Pitches Hotels to Remote Workers Fleeing Stress at Home

(Bloomberg)—Hotel companies are going to new lengths to get guests through the doors in a bid to salvage a historically bad year for the industry. More than 2,000 hotels in the Marriott International Inc. system will begin allowing guests to check in at 6

Healthy Air Systems Protect Builders and Owners

Increased public awareness of the hazards posed by indoor pollutants has raised tenant expectations for healthy indoor air. In response, builders, owners and managers of multi-family housing are installing healthy air systems for individual units as a means

Apartment Developers Scout Adaptive Reuse Possibilities

It’s too soon for most developers to sign a contract to buy a failed hotel—but apartment developers are watching and waiting for prices to drop to buy other property types damaged by the economic crisis to redevelop into multifamily buildings. Even before

Apartment Communities Optimize Services, Amenities for Life Under a Pandemic

Common areas remain silent at many apartment buildings—emptied out to avoid spreading the coronavirus. But residents still need services and amenities, especially as they spend more time on site than normal. That’s forcing innovation and adaptation on