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adaptive re-use

Adaptive Reuse: A Growing Trend in High-Density Markets

Bill Wilhelm | February 6, 2018

By Bill Wilhelm Adaptive reuse refers to the redevelopment or use of an old site or building for a purpose other than what it was originally built or designed for. The demand for adaptive reuse projects has increased significantly in the last few years, becoming more prevalent for hotel construction projects in high-density, urban areas. A majority of our company's projects are now adaptive re-use or large-scale renovations – a significant shift from just a few years ago when ground-up construction was more widespread. In addition to solving for a lack of land supply for new construction, adaptive reuse offers a wide range of bene...

Expotel Hospitality to Open and Manage Historic 118 Room Hotel Indigo in Memphis, Tennessee

Expotel Hospitality | September 25, 2017

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA - August 25, 2017 - Expotel Hospitality (www.expotelhospitality.com), a New Orleans-based hotel management and development company, today announced it has signed an agreement to provide development consulting, pre-opening services, and post-opening operations management services for the previously announced adaptive re-use project of the circa 1963 former Holiday Inn in downtown Memphis. The iconic, "mid-century modern" structure on the corner of B.B. King Boulevard and Court Avenue will undergo an intensively thorough renovation to include all new mechanical, plumbing, and electrical, new guest room finishes...

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