Mayor Tomas Regalado

  • Miami Welcomes First LEED-certified Hotel

    The 221-room Hampton Inn & Suites Miami Brickell-Downtown was recently awarded LEED Silver certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, becoming the first LEED-certified hotel within the city of Miami.

    Miami 12 October 2012 14:40

You May Also Like

  • Rents Rebound Amid Boston Building Boom

    The metro’s economy remains on sound footing, generating high-paying jobs at a fast rate and driving demand for upscale housing.

    29 January 2018 17:39
  • Panattoni Breaks Ground on 815 KSF Warehouse in TN

    The build-to-suit facility, which is fully preleased to Dorman Products, is scheduled for completion by the end of the year.

    28 March 2018 13:56
  • Laurus Corp. Unveils CO Resort After $60M Renovation

    The former Vail Cascade Resort and Spa will be the first ski destination in North America to join The Luxury Collection's portfolio.

    04 December 2017 14:15
  • Wyndham to Buy La Quinta for $2B

    The transaction will expand Wyndham’s hotel portfolio to 21 brands and more than 9,000 properties, and result in the spinoff of La Quinta’s owned real estate assets into the newly formed CorePoint Lodging Inc., which will hold the distinction of being the only pure-play, publicly traded REIT focused exclusively on midscale and upper-midscale lodging.

    22 January 2018 14:19
  • PCCP, Blue Steel Team on 1.4MSF Tampa Industrial Park

    The partners formed a joint venture to acquire a 154-acre site in Lakeland, Fla., where they plan a phased buildout for their spec project, dubbed Key Logistics Center.

    29 December 2017 03:06