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PwC Hospitality Directions US: November 2017

Nine months into the new administration, the US lodging industry and broader economy appear to have shrugged off worries of any initial disruption to the economy. Though initial expectations of broad-based economic stimulus, regulatory reform, and tax policy reform have been significantly tempered, underlying macroeconomic conditions, such as consumer spending and employment remain solid.

HVS Market Pulse: Indianapolis, IN

By Justin Kaminski - Project Manager at HVS Chicago By Jai B. Patel - Vice President at HVS Nashville

The following HVS Market Pulse report provides a look at the key industries, economy, hotel demand generators, and recent performance dynamics of the hotel industry in Indianapolis.Key Industries and Business DevelopmentIndianapolis remains one of the largest bio-medical and pharmaceutical hubs in the United States.

New York Leads U.S. Markets in Hotel Construction Pipeline Followed by Houston, Dallas, Nashville and Los Angeles

PORTSMOUTH, NH -- According to recent reports, analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE) state that the five U.S. markets with the largest hotel construction pipelines by project count are: New York with 181 Projects/30,225 Rooms; Houston with 148 Projects/16,398 Rooms; Dallas with 143 Projects/17,580 Rooms; Nashville, which hit a cyclical peak this quarter, has 124 Projects/16,699 Rooms; and Los Angeles has 112 Projects/16,780 Rooms.