Here’s how developers are blurring the lines between hospitality and resi projects

As mixed-use developments evolve, hotels are following suit. Shifts in consumers’ habits and lifestyles have driven developers to rethink how residential and hospitality projects go hand-in-hand. Offering more flexibility plays a big role in that, said panelists at Columbia University’s Real Estate Development Conference. “That line will be blurred,” said Richard Born, CEO of BD Hotels. He pointed to the Pod Hotels’ Times Square, which offers micro-apartments for short-term leasing. The furnished apartments are available […]


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