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Bringing New Energy to The Meadowlands in Northern New Jersey

The Meadowlands development in northern New Jersey features the Meadowlands Sports Complex, with the MetLife Stadium as a centerpiece, and hosts numerous major companies. This development is anticipated to strengthen its presence going forward with the addition of a convention center.

Phoenix, AZ: A Decade of Investor Confidence Pays Off

Phoenix has exploded in growth over the last decade, developing a diverse and welcoming economy that has allowed the city and surrounding communities to outperform other top-25 markets.

HVS Outlook Fall 2023: Discovering a New Normal

A strong RevPAR rebound in the first quarter of 2023 was stalled by increasing costs of capital, inflationary pressures, outflow of domestic demand with limited international infill, and economic concerns. How can hoteliers expect 2023 to end and the next few years to trend? This article presents our latest forecast and insights.

Richmond, Virginia’s RevPAR Rebound and Diverse Lodging Demand

In the past three years, the city of Richmond has seen significant growth in RevPAR, outpacing the regional area and the state of Virginia in the post-pandemic recovery period. This article provides an overview of Richmond’s hotel performance and demand sources.

Conroe, Texas: North Houston’s Emerging “Leading Lady”

Conroe is known as a historic small town and an affordable staycation destination. However, as of 2023, it is one of the fastest-growing cities in Texas. Its current offerings range from state parks to lakeside resorts, and the city has potential for significant development, with ample vacant land available.

The Best Seat in the House is a Cheap Seat

Why do some stadiums attract more tourists and economic impact than others? It does not have to do with the quality of a city’s music scene or attractiveness, but the availability and cost of tickets. Tickets to venues in densely populated areas with higher incomes are harder to get, so instead people travel to venues with tickets that are available, and cheaper.

HVS Monday Musings: Spreading Wings Wide – India’s Outbound Travel Market

India's outbound travel sector is witnessing a resurgence, mirroring a trend akin to the pent-up demand that fueled domestic tourism in the last two years. Read on to know more.

The Rebounding San Diego Lodging Market Attracts Investor Interest

In 2022 and the first half of 2023, San Diego hotels experienced unprecedented RevPAR growth, similar to much of California, as markets recovered from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, hotel development and transactions have been strong. However, construction of full-service hotels remains challenging amid a steep rise in development costs.

A new chapter in the region’s growth story

Strategic master plans and reforms point to a growing appetite for hospitality investment and development across the GCC, bringing opportunities to benefit from attractive returns and contribute to the growth and diversification of regional economies. Hala Matar Choufany, president, HVS Middle East, Africa and South Asia, maps out the openings and challenges, and crunches the numbers.

“Volleyball Day in Nebraska” Sets World Attendance Record and Boosts Hotel Demand

Approximately 92,000 Nebraska volleyball fans packed Memorial Stadium on August 30, 2023, to watch the Nebraska Huskers sweep Omaha in an outdoor match, setting a new women’s sporting event attendance record. Local hotels benefited from the midweek event, as most available guestrooms in the market were filled.
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