Kathleen D. Donahue

Senior Vice President at HVS

Kathleen DonahueKathleen Donahue is a Senior Vice President with the HVS Dallas consulting and valuation office. Kathleen joined HVS from Radisson operations in Austin, following graduation from The University of Texas at Austin. She is licensed as a certified general appraiser in Texas and surrounding states and has particularly strong knowledge of hotel markets in north Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Contact Kathleen at (972) 890-3548 or [email protected]

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HVS Market Pulse – South Dallas, Texas

The industrial sector is a key player within southern Dallas County and northern Ellis County, which are part of the Best Southwest Partnership. A vast network of roads in the greater Metroplex provide direct access to other parts of the region and country.

HVS Market Pulse: Arlington, Texas

Arlington's Entertainment District neighborhood is deep rooted within the sports and entertainment industries. Six Flags Over Texas opened in 1961, followed by Six Flags Hurricane Harbor (opened as Wet 'n Wild) in 1983.

Market Pulse: Fort Worth, TX

Anchoring the west end of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, Fort Worth features the old and the new. Also known as "Cowtown," the cattle industry initially spurred economic development in the city. Today, glass and steel skyscrapers share the sidewalks of Downtown with renovated historic districts, such as the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District and Sundance Square.

HVS Takeaways: The 2016 Dallas Hotel Conference

Hotel owners, consultants, managers, developers, financiers, and other stakeholders gathered at the 2016 Dallas Hotel Conference on October 20, 2016, to share thoughts on U.S. hotel industry dynamics.

Four Key Takeaways | Trigild Lender Conference Spring 2015

Real estate lending experts at this year's conference gave insights on factors that can wreak havoc on a hotel loan, as well as ways to move a distressed property back into the black. More than half a decade has passed since the end of the last recession, and the current climate for hotel values, performance, and transactions has improved distinctly on nearly all fronts.
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