Philip Wade

  • Inland Pays $74.5M for Downtown Hotel

    The New Orleans lodging market stays hot even if temperatures are cooling down in the Big Easy. Following the recent purchase of the Queen and Crescent Hotel, another former office asset turned hotel has been acquired.

    New Orleans 22 October 2013 04:12

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