Construction starts on dual-branded hotel downtown
A dual-branded hotel is taking shape in downtown Colorado Springs. Atlanta-based Hotel Equities and an affiliate of Colorado Springs-based Olive Real Estate Group broke ground on the dual-branded SpringHill Suites by Marriott and Element by Westin at 402 S. Tejon St. Owned by the Olive affiliate, the dual-branded hotel will be the first-ever combination of…
Jennifer HayesJuly 6, 2019
Fairfield hotel in Colorado Springs sells for $10.95 million
A Marriott-flagged hotel in Colorado Springs recently traded hands. The Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Colorado Springs North/ Air Force Academy sold for $10.95 million, according to public records. Hotel Equities, through its affiliate Virtua Partners, purchased the 85-room hotel from Jackson Creek Hotel Holdings LLLP. Hotel Equities operates the hotel and will continue…
Jennifer HayesMay 17, 2019
1999 Chestnut Place: Denver’s historic past, bright future
As the newness starts to settle around Union Station, commonalities between Denver’s past, present and future begin to emerge as the city’s evolving architectural legacy continues to be revealed. Enter 1999 Chestnut Place, a new 12-story, 233-key hotel located on the far outer edge of the redevelopment zone where Chestnut street branches off the 20th street viaduct.
Building DialogueMarch 10, 2019
Dual-brand hotel along Bijou Street sells for $7.8 million
The Clarion Hotel & Conference Center and Quality Suites Central at 314 W. Bijou St. was purchased by the owner of The Antlers, a Wyndham Hotel, and The Mining Exchange, a Wyndham Grand Hotel & Spa, for $7.8 million.
Jennifer HayesDecember 17, 2018
Source Hotel, instant icon
Straight to the Source. The Source Hotel, that is. I put Stephen Dynia on the spot by asking him if he thought the soaring Source Hotel in the River North Art District would be considered an iconic building. ”I hope it is,” replied the architect, principal of Dynia Architects and the designer of the $50…
John RebchookJuly 23, 2018
Colorado Springs Quality Inn trades for $6.8 million
The buyer paid $6.8 million, or $77,272 per key, for the 88-room hotel at 2115 Aerotech Drive at the Colorado Springs Airport.
Jennifer HayesJuly 15, 2018
Ursini – No stopping 1,000-foot Denver tower
I first started talking to New York City-based developer Mike Ursini last March about his plans to build the tallest building in Colorado. Our agreement was that by sitting on his blockbuster $400 million development at 650 17th St., he would give the story to me first. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lloqw7_wWck Six months later, it didn’t work out…
John RebchookOctober 2, 2017