Chris Fernandes | March 11, 2021
By Chris Fernandes, Anne R. Lloyd-Jones, Roland deMilleret The COVID-19 outbreak began affecting the New York City lodging market in late February 2020 and, in the months that followed, led to the virtual dissipation of traditional sources of lodging demand. As an international gateway city, the complete stoppage of inbound international flights and travelers is of particular note. Because of the reduction in travel across virtually all demand sources, this diversification has resulted in an even harder hit to New York than other smaller U.S. markets. Nonetheless, many reasons remain for optimism into 2021 as vaccine distribution ramps up ...
Chris Fernandes | June 13, 2017
By Chris Fernandes Manhattan's Marriott Marquis once again welcomed the most prominent leaders in the hospitality industry for the 2017 NYU International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference, held June 5 and 6. Over the two-day event, industry experts gathered to share their opinions on a wide variety of ownership, management, branding, lending, and economic topics. Despite uncertainties in today's global political and economic climates, the overall tone remains one of cautious optimism. A Call to Action No time was wasted skirting around discussion of the current White House administration, with conference chairman Jonathan M. Ti...
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