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HVS Market Pulse: Reno, Nevada

Desiree Flanary | October 31, 2019

My first article about Reno was in 2008, just after I moved to the market. As I was falling in love with this unique city that was struggling from the Great Recession, local officials were working to diversify its economic base away from gaming. Occupancy and average rate (ADR) in the market not only struggled because of the decline in demand associated with the Great Recession, but this was further exacerbated by the addition of new supply continuing to enter the market after the recession had hit. In 2017, I wrote an updated article on the market focused on the growth that had occurred while the market recovered from the Great Recession and...

HVS Market Pulse: Columbia, South Carolina

McKenna Luke | September 20, 2019

By McKenna Luke Columbia, the state capital of South Carolina and the home of the University of South Carolina (USC), is a growing metroplex. Not only is the city expanding with notably annual population growth, the MSA population is expected to increase from roughly 800,000 to over 1,200,000 by 2045. The recent and current growth within the hospitality industry has been driven by growing population, visitation, new and expanding companies, and a pro-business environment. Fort Jackson remains a strong presence in the market, and over 100,000 family members attend basic-training graduation annually; several hoteliers in multiple submarkets ...

Amsterdam Hotel Market – Rate Growth Paves the Way

Mattia Cavenati | July 10, 2019

By Mattia Cavenati, Sophie Perret Amsterdam is in the province of North Holland, in the heart of the Randstad, Europe’s sixth-largest metropolitan area. The city of Amsterdam is the capital and the largest city in the Netherlands, with a population of just over 850,000 recorded in 2018. While Amsterdam is known globally for its historic canals, art museums (Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum), red-light district and ‘coffee’ shops, it is also a significant European financial centre. Approximately 2,000 foreign companies have established offices in the Amsterdam metropolitan area, and more than 200 of these companies have headquarters in th...

Brussels Hotel Market – Recovery Now Complete

Lionel Schauder | July 2, 2019

By Lionel Schauder and Sophie Perret Brussels, with a population of approximately 1.2 million, enjoys a strategic location in the heart of Western Europe, making it both a regional metropolis and an international hub. In addition to its role as capital of Belgium, the city is home to NATO’s headquarters and is widely known as the ‘capital of Europe’, hosting both the European Parliament and the European Commission. Described as the ‘new Berlin’ by the New York Times in 2015, an eclectic and creative facet of Brussels has recently emerged, represented by its community of artists, architects and designers. ECONOMIC INDICATORS ...

HVS Market Pulse: Perspectives on the New York City Lodging Market 2019 – a Review of the Supply Side

Anne R. Lloyd-Jones | June 24, 2019

By Anne R. Lloyd-Jones Supply growth has been the dominant headline for the New York City lodging market over the past decade. The number of hotel rooms in the city increased from 66,000 in 2007 to 99,000 in 2018, a 50% increase in inventory. Another 15,000 rooms are under construction or proposed; if all of these rooms are built, the city’s inventory will have increased by 75% in a 16-year period. Increases in demand kept pace with supply growth through 2018. However, in the first quarter of 2019, supply outpaced demand for the first time in the current cycle. While there are a number of factors that influenced these results, it is cle...

HVS Market Pulse: Toledo, Ohio

Stacey Nadolny | June 21, 2019

By Stacey E. Nadolny Much like other markets in the “rust belt” Midwest, Toledo is experiencing a period of redevelopment, with major projects occurring in the healthcare, public, education, tourism, and, yes, hospitality sectors. Eight new hotels have opened since 2014 (including the fully renovated Renaissance), accounting for a 24% increase in overall supply in Lucas County during a five-year period. For several years, the growth areas in Toledo were clustered in the suburban markets of Holland and Maumee, as the city’s major employers moved to the south suburbs, leaving major vacancies Downtown. Further south, Perrysburg, in Wood...

HVS Market Pulse: Downtown Omaha, NE

Sara Olson | May 17, 2019

By Sarah Olsen Local Economy and Redevelopment Projects A major revitalization period commenced in Omaha's Downtown Central Business District approximately 15–20 years ago when several high-profile projects were completed. Between 2002 and 2005, development projects included the construction of the First National Bank Tower (both the city's and the state's tallest building), the CHI Health Center, the Gallup Riverfront Campus, the Union Pacific Center, and the Holland Performing Arts Center. Another wave of redevelopment has hit the shores of the Missouri River in recent years, and several major projects are either currently under...

HVS Market Pulse: Cape Town

Lolwethu Luthuli | May 9, 2019

By Lolwethu Luthuli Market Profile Cape Town is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, reflecting its role as a major destination for immigrants and expatriates to South Africa. As of 2018, the city had an estimated population of 4.5 million. The CTICC CEO Julie-May Ellingson has announced a R900m CTICC 2 development, this planned all glass sky bridge between the two parts of Cape Town International Convention Centre could become the mother city's latest tourist attraction. Source: Airports company South Africa 2018 The economy is sophisticated, relying on the tertiary sector, primarily the financial and insurance sectors, ...

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