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HVS Market Pulse: Downtown Los Angeles

January 25, 2018

By Greg Mendell and Jessica White Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA), the Central Business District of the city of Los Angeles, covers the area bounded by...

HVS Market Pulse: Fort Worth, Texas

January 3, 2018

By Hunter Dietz , Kathleen D. Donahue Anchoring the west end of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, Fort Worth features the old and the new. Also known as...

HVS Market Pulse: Detroit, MI

December 21, 2017

By Brandon Leversee The Detroit metropolitan area has experienced significant economic growth in recent years, fueled by a strengthening auto industry as...

HVS Market Pulse: Anaheim/Garden Grove

December 20, 2017

By Li Chen The market is experiencing a period of economic strength and expansion, primarily led by the tourism and leisure industry and the presence of...

HVS Market Pulse: Lubbock, Texas

December 11, 2017

By Hunter Dietz Lubbock (aka “Hub City”), Texas, connects business, educational, and healthcare enterprises spread across the region known as...

HVS Market Pulse: Indianapolis, IN

November 10, 2017

By Jai B. Patel and Justin Kaminski  Indiana’s capital city, Indianapolis, is the state's largest and the third-largest city in the...

HVS Market Pulse: Charlotte, NC

September 20, 2017

By Patricia Shih Charlotte, North Carolina, is one of the biggest cities in the southeast, second only to Jacksonville, Florida, by population, and among...

HVS Market Pulse: Atlanta, GA

February 2, 2017

A significant amount of work is underway in Atlanta, with new expansions and builds promising to bring in more tourists, commercial travelers, and group demand...

HVS Market Pulse: San Francisco, CA

January 12, 2017

By Katie Minnock, Suzanne R. Mellen San Francisco is a major hub for employment in the high-tech and financial sectors, and is revered both as a tourist...

HVS Market Pulse: Perspectives on the New York City Lodging Market

December 22, 2016

By Anne R. Lloyd-Jones With average rates declining by 1.5% in 2015 and on track to drop at more than double that pace in 2016, the New York City lodging...

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