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Bryan Hawks

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Hotel Transactions in Miami Still Simmering

As Suzanne Amaducci-Adams wrote in a previous blog post, the average daily occupancy rate, average daily room rate (ADR) and revenue per available room (RevPAR) numbers for Miami each had a significant increase for the first seven months of 2013 over 2012. As you can see in the chart below, Miami is in outstanding company when… Continue Reading

Miami Hotel Numbers for 2012 – Miami #4 Market in Key Categories

If you have been following us here on the New Miami Blog, you know (i) the hotel market in Miami is seemingly getting hotter every month and (ii) Miami is one of the most active hotel investment markets in the country. The New York Times recently noted that “real estate investors seem to be flocking… Continue Reading

New Miami Mid-Price Hotel Projects Target Business Travelers

Downtown Miami is well served by high end hotels like the Four Seasons, the Conrad and the JW Marriott. What the downtown area currently lacks are medium-tier urban-concept hotels which can provide the amenities business travelers need without the high prices of a five-star hotel. Enter two new exciting projects to fill the void for… Continue Reading

Miami Beach and Luxury Hotel Market – A Sizzling Combination

When you think of great combinations in Miami Beach, you think of classics, both new and old, like perfect weather and perfect bodies, the Fontainebleau Hotel and the Rat Pack, Ocean Drive and Art Deco, pasty unprotected skin and blistering sunburns, café and Cubano, the Miami Heat and world championships, world class boating and low… Continue Reading

Luxury Hotel Market Hot in Miami Beach…and Getting Hotter

Miami Beach has long been sought out by both domestic and international tourists looking to enjoy the sun, sand and natural (and in some cases, surgically enhanced) beauty that Miami Beach is famous for around the globe. Increasingly, those tourists are looking to stay in luxury hotels, and according to a recent article in USA… Continue Reading