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Cleveland’s downtown transforms through redevelopment, tax credit program

by Sara Freund The very first electronic traffic light flickered on in 1914 on Cleveland’s busy Euclid Avenue. It signaled a bustling, leading city—but somewhere in the following decades the buildings on that street fell into disrepair, leaving vacant, largely obsolete, product. But in 2006, that started to change. That’s … Continue reading

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Louisville still driving Kentucky’s economic fortunes

by Dan Rafter Kentucky has several important metro areas, with cities such as Lexington, Bowling Green and Covington serving as economic engines for the state. But today, no single metropolitan area is providing as big of a boost to the … Continue reading

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Hospitality industry set for solid, if not explosive, year in 2017

by Dan Rafter The nation’s hotel industry is set for another solid year in 2017, with the industry seeing higher room revenues and a greater number of newly delivered hotel rooms, according to the latest hospitality report from Marcus & … Continue reading

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Noddle Companies ready to change the face of Western Omaha

by Dan Rafter With its latest development project, Noddle Companies is poised to transform the western half of Omaha, giving this slice of the city a new downtown on long-undeveloped land. The project — known for now as the West … Continue reading

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Is a slowdown coming for the hotel industry?

  by Dan Rafter  The hotel market across the United States is still strong. But according to Marcus & Millichap, growth in the hospitality sector is starting to slow. In its mid-yeaer hospitality report, Marcus & Millichap says that occupancy … Continue reading

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Limited-service hotels leading the way in hospitality boom

  by Dan Rafter Is this the longest upswing in the Minneapolis hotel market in … forever? It just might be. Just ask Ronn Thomas, senior director of hospitality for Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq. “It’s pretty impressive how long this cycle … Continue reading

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Waterton’s Zettl: Pace of hotel construction remains strong in Chicago, across the Midwest

by Dan Rafter Several cities across the United States stand to benefit from new hotel construction this year, according to the latest research from Marcus & Millichap, with Chicago leading the way in the Midwest. And a local hospitality professional … Continue reading

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