Following the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Jersey Shore is proving its resiliency once again. Recently, the counties along the coast have experienced record occupancy tax collection levels, an increase in the redevelopment of dated motels, and the addition of many large-scale, family-friendly attractions.
The Florida Panhandle remains popular among hotel developers and investors given the strength of the market in the post-pandemic period. An easy-to-reach destination for drive-to and out-of-state travelers alike, this Gulf Coast region has been a hotbed of activity for construction and transactions in the traditional-model hotel space since the summer of 2020.
Silicon Valley historically experienced strong lodging performance driven by high-rated corporate demand during the week. Thus, the rise of remote work policies has had an impact on recovery. However, the presence of Big Tech, surging interest in AI technology, and expansion of the life-sciences sector are anticipated to drive growth in this market over the long term.
The hotel market in Louisville, Kentucky, has experienced a slow recovery since the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. While a copious amount of new supply over the past few years has slowed the recovery, ADR has grown steadily. The area will continue to be supported by bourbon tourism, the University of Louisville, and the Kentucky Derby.
The state of Arizona, including Tucson, recovered quickly from the COVID-19 pandemic. Hotel performance in Tucson has far exceeded pre-pandemic levels, primarily given ADR gains since 2020. In this article, we discuss the current state of Tucson’s hospitality industry, meeting and group demand factors, and investment interest in the market.
While the Syracuse market has been fairly stable over the past several decades, major transformational projects, including Micron Technology’s $100-billion computer chip plant, should reshape the market and have a notable impact on area hotels.
Charlotte is known as the Queen City, reigning as the most populous city in North Carolina and one of the nation’s largest banking centers. Charlotte has been somewhat slow to recover from the effects of the pandemic but is poised to become stronger than ever given overall economic growth and expansions at the airport and convention center.
With a steadily growing population that recently passed the one-million-residents mark, Birmingham is proving itself a rising star in the southeast following its swift recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The largest city in Alabama is now positioning itself as a leader in the field of sports entertainment.
The Israel hotel market has demonstrated remarkable resilience in the face of challenges and has successfully rebounded to the pre-pandemic levels seen in 2019. This article explores the hotel market performances and values in key Israeli locations in 2022.
After several economic and political disruptions across South America, there is now greater clarity in several countries, giving rise to compelling opportunities in some urban markets and across the leisure sector. The outlook appears bright throughout much of the region.