Ryman Hospitality’s plans for a new water park complex at its Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center received preliminary approval of an incentive package for the company valued at an estimated $13.8 million.
H&LA’s Vice President, Laurel Keller, weighed in with Crain’s Cleveland Business on the economic impact the 2019 MLB All-Star game could bring to the city of Cleveland. Published by: Kevin Kleps/Crain’s Cleveland Business Published date: February 2017 The Major League Baseball All-Star Game no longer determines which league has homefield advantage in the World Series.
We congratulate our client, Millennia Companies, on their recent acquisition of the Key Tower in Cleveland.
H&LA President, David Sangree, weighed in with Crain’s Cleveland Business about the recent supply additions to the Cleveland hotel market as the city positions itself as a convention, meeting, and leisure destination. Published by: Stan Bullard/Crain’s Cleveland Business Published date: February, 2017 When it comes to the Cleveland hotel market, you haven’t seen anything yet.
STR’s HOST report and CBRE’s report on hotel spa industry trends show that spa revenue growth surpassed room revenue growth in 2015.
H&LA’s Vice President, Laurel Keller, gives insight to The Plain Dealer regarding the occupancy slip for Cleveland hotels in 2016. Published by: Susan Glasser/The Plain Dealer Published date: January, 2017 Hotel occupancy in Cleveland decreased by nearly 2 percentage points in 2016, the result of a large increase in hotel room inventory, particularly downtown. The
We are excited to announce our strengthened partnership with the Ohio Hotel & Lodging Association (OHLA). OHLA’s mission is to provide advocacy, information, resources, and education for Ohio’s lodging properties while promoting and assisting Ohio’s hospitality and tourism industry. Previously, our firm provided regional supply updates for OHLA’s Greater Cleveland and Greater Akron lodging markets,
Round Rock City Council unanimously approved Thursday a complex series of economic incentive agreements with Kalahari Resorts & Conventions that will see the Wisconsin-based company build a $350 million water park and resort in the suburban city north of Austin.