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Timothy Lee

Timothy Lee is a Consultant with Pinnacle Advisory Group, a premier, national hotel consulting firm. In his current role, he specializes in conducting feasibility analyses and impact studies. Prior to joining Pinnacle Advisory Group, Timothy worked as a Market Manager for Expedia Group, Timothy is a graduate of the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University and is a member of the New England Chapter of the Cornell Hotel Society.

Anne Purcell

Anne Purcell is a Vice President with Pinnacle Advisory Group based in the Washington, DC office. Anne has over 20 years experience in the lodging industry in a variety of areas including, feasibility, development planning, acquisitions investment analysis, sales strategy and deployment, as well as corporate and association meeting planning.

Sebastian Colella

Sebastian J. Colella is a Vice President with Pinnacle Advisory Group based in the Boston office. With over 15 years in the hospitality industry, Mr. Colella leverages his operational knowledge and expertise from experiences in the field.

Sarah Villeneuve has been appointed EVP & and Director of the Washington, DC Office at Pinnacle Advisory Group

... Pinnacle Advisory Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Villeneuve, ISHC as Executive Vice President and Director of our Washington DC Office. With a diverse range of practical hospitality experience, Ms. Villeneuve joins Pinnacle as an...

Sarah is an alumni of Eastern Michigan University

The Boston Lodging Market: What the Supply Surge Means Moving Forward

By Sebastian Colella

... At year-end 2018, the Boston and Cambridge lodging market was comprised of 105 hotels with approximately 24,000 rooms. While this has grown considerably in four years, lodging supply in this market remains small relative to other major gateway cities....

Ready, Set, Go! Boston Lodging Market Eagerly Awaits Another Marathon Weekend

By Sebastian Colella

... One of Boston's long-standing traditions, the Boston Marathon, will take place the third week of April this year drawing around 30,000 registered runners, both amateur and professional, and over 500,000 spectators made up of vendors, volunteers, staff,...

Boston & Cambridge Lodging Market Peaks in 2018 as Demand Outpaces Supply

By Sebastian Colella

... Despite the market's continued demand growth and capacity constraints through much of the year, average daily rate (ADR) increased only 1.6% to $262. Similar to the trends experienced nationally, the market's revenue per available room (RevPAR) has begun...

Snapshot of the Washington DC Metropolitan Region’s Lodging Market

By Anne Purcell

2016 was a solid year for the Washington DC Metropolitan region's lodging market. According to Smith Travel Research (STR), the year-end 2016 RevPAR growth for the Washington DC MD VA region was up 4.9% over 2015, ranking it 9th of the 25 top markets...

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