Brandon Leversee

Vice President with HVS Detroit

Brandon LeverseeBrandon Leversee is a Vice President with HVS, based in Detroit. He embarked on his hospitality career by working a rotational position at the Kellogg Center Hotel & Conference Center; before graduating from college, he was already working with brokers, preparing investment offerings, and appraising hotels. Brandon has since worked on assignments for hotels in markets across the Midwest, including full-service hotels in and around Detroit. Brandon earned a BA from the School of Hospitality Business at Michigan State University (MSU), where he specialized in Hospitality Real Estate Development. Contact Brandon at (269) 303-5551 or [email protected]

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HVS Market Pulse - Detroit

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Metro Detroit experienced a decade of revitalization and growth. However, with the onset of the worldwide pandemic, the lodging industry faced a downturn that was greater than the past two lodging-market declines combined.

HVS Market Pulse: Detroit, MI

The Motor City continues to benefit from an improved reputation driven by development efforts among economic power houses such as Ford, Fiat Chrysler America (FCA), and General Motors (GM). However, Detroit's economy has become more diverse since the economic lows of 2013 when the City filed for bankruptcy.

HVS Market Pulse: Detroit, MI

Detroit's image of a proper rust-belt city in the depths of despair during the Great Recession and the subsequent filing of bankruptcy in 2013 has been reshaped into an inspiring story of resilience and resurgence.

Market Pulse: Detroit, MI

The Detroit metropolitan area has experienced significant economic growth in recent years, fueled by a strengthening auto industry as well as the continued diversification of the local employment landscape.

HVS Market Pulse: Detroit, Michigan

Detroit's hotel industry is hitting a new stride, with developers and some of the industry's top brands moving into spaces that have housed historic fire stations, warehouses, and manufacturing firms.