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Accor and Hoxton hotel chain to merge boutique brands

Accor, Europe’s largest hotel company, is merging a quarter of its brands into a new $1bn company with the owner of the Hoxton hotel chain in a bid to move away from a traditional overnight accommodation model that was already being shaken up before the pandemic.

The new entity, which will operate under the Hoxton owner Ennismore’s name, will be two-thirds owned by Accor and a third by Sharan Pasricha, Ennismore’s founder, following the cash-free merger.

It will operate as an umbrella company for Accor’s 10 lifestyle brands including Mondrian and SLS as well as the Hoxton, which owns nine hotels, the luxury Gleneagles estate in Scotland and Working From_, a shared workspace company.

Sébastien Bazin, Accor’s chief executive, said that the venture was “not related to Covid”, but reflected increasing interest from customers for boutique hotels that acted as desirable destinations in their own right.

He defined these as hotels in which more than 40 per cent of revenues came from food, drink and entertainment and where the majority of clientele were locals — something that the Hoxton has pioneered by focusing its efforts on attracting young city dwellers to its ground-floor bars and restaurants.

Mr Pasricha will head up the company as co-chief executive alongside Accor’s chief development officer Gaurav Bhushan.

The group will start out with 73 hotels and an enterprise value of about $1bn, with deals signed to develop 110 other sites, mostly under the Hoxton and Mondrian names. It will also run more than 150 restaurants and is expected to achieve earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation of more than €100m “in the mid term”, according to Accor.

To create the new company, Accor also announced on Tuesday that it had spent €300m taking full ownership of sbe, which owns four of the brands that will now operate under Ennismore. Including the sbe transaction, Mr Bazin said Accor had spent less than $500m in total buying the remaining stakes in its lifestyle hotel brands over the past few years.

Last month, Accor said that it had €4bn liquidity to see it through the remainder of the crisis.

Large hotel chains such as Accor and rivals IHG, Marriott and Hilton have accelerated efforts to diversify their operations away from business travel and corporate events fearing that a new-found familiarity with remote conferencing will last beyond the pandemic.

Hilton has rented several of its hotels out as student accommodation, while Marriott, Accor and Radisson have all stepped up efforts to encourage consumers to use their hotels as co-working spaces.

Mr Bhushan said that the pandemic had made Accor “look at a cold hard level about how to drive revenue from every square metre of space”, something that Mr Pasricha added that lifestyle brands such as Hoxton, which derives about 60 per cent of its sales from food and drink, were better suited to.

Mr Pasricha said that he expected about 10 per cent of corporate travel would not return but that hotels such as Gleneagles

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Meet The Boutique Travel Company That Created An Opportunity From Adversity

Founded by Rebecca Masri, Little Emperors is a private members’ hotel club, offering access to preferred rates and guaranteed benefits at the most exclusive hotels around the globe, hand-picked by a team of travel advisors and luxury experts. With both a web- and app-based presence, they are investing more in technology to ensure a seamless experience for their 35,000 members. With a portfolio of over 4,000 luxury hotels across the world, the key to their business is offering the lowest rates combined with the most-efficient four-click booking process.

How did you first get interested in the hospitality industry? I have always loved to travel. I find travelling the best for education, relaxation, and have always preferred to spend my time and money on new travel experiences, meeting new people, familiarising myself with new cultures and religions. I have learnt my best lessons travelling, and I love working in an industry that allows me to do what I love. After the 2008 crash, I identified an opportunity in luxury travel and changed from working in the City at an investment bank to creating a travel company.

What was the gap you saw in the market that led you to found Little Emperors? In 2008, the market took a tumble, and the world headed into a global recession. At this time, I was working at Goldman Sachs in the City of London, and I saw that the approved hotel list from the corporate travel programme had also changed significantly, with most luxury hotels being removed. That, coupled with the rise in small- and medium-sized enterprises that did not have the volumes for rate negotiation, I identified an opportunity. And together with some university friends created Little Emperors, a members-only luxury hotel club, offering corporate rates and leisure benefits. With the collective buying power of our members, we negotiate rates at luxury hotels around the world and using cutting-edge technology, present our 30,000-person-strong membership base with an app that allows them to complete bookings within four clicks. Little Emperors delivers value — both in time and money.

What are the innovations in technology that are helping you and your business through Covid-19? It is an interesting topic right now, as technology may once have been seen to de-personalise experiences. When I started my tech journey at Little Emperors, which came a few years after we launched, I received some negative feedback from a few top luxury hotels. The concern was that tech would take away from the personalised experience people might expect from a luxury hotel. Nowadays, I can see a shift towards tech, as Covid has perhaps led people to want to de-personalise! Hotels are investing in their own apps and this shift towards tech in travel is definitely becoming more and more prevalent. 

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Tonino Lamborghini to launch a boutique hotel in Phuket in 2023

Tonino Lamborghini, a namesake lifestyle brand founded by a Lamborghini heir in 1981, has thrived in the global scene of Italian-inspired luxurious products and designs for about four decades now, rolling out into markets a wide range of creations with the likes of watches, eyewear, smartphones, and clothing.

Recently, the Italian brand has just ventured into the hospitality territory with the introduction of Tonino Lamborghini hotels in China. And soon, Thailand’s Phuket will be the next spot to witness the unconventional creation. Tonino Lamborghini joins hands with Phuket-based, Chinese-owned real estate developer Utopia Corporation to establish the Italian brand’s luxury boutique hotel, Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket.

Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket
Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket

Set to launch in 2023, the hotel is taking a spot on Chalong Bay, Phuket’s southeast coast with views of Phang Nga Bay and offshore islands. Award-winning Hong Kong designer Alexander Wong is commissioned to bring the iconic black and red palette of the brand to the hotel.

Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket
Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket
Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket
Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket

Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket will be home to 39 suites and 7 villas, each of which will be decked out with designer furnishings and art pieces that exude the sensibilities of Tonino Lamborghini.

Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket
Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket
Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket
Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket
Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket
Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket

Other extravagant facilities in this soon-to-open boutique hotel are the Floridian beach club-themed red-tiled swimming pool, a restaurant inspired by French post-impressionist painter Henri Rousseau, and a cutting-edge fitness center.

Tonino Lamborghini Boutique Hotel Phuket is the second undertaking of the brand’s hotel and resort endeavor. It is expected to complete in July 2023, followed by a grand opening in November 2023. Until then, let’s keep an eye on this new undertaking at this Thailand’s sun-kissed paradise.

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nicolas&nicolas designs salmon pink boutique hotel in the heart of quito, ecuador

design studio nicolas&nicolas introduce the ‘republica rosa’ hotel situated in the historic center of quito, ecuador. responding to the client’s request, the design generates a distinct salmon pink structure that preserves elements of the regional architecture, but still stands out due to its unique appearance and identity. 

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the design by nicolas&nicolas restores some original elements of the pre-existing building (adobe walls, tile roofs, and wooden floors) while adding other new pieces (coatings and flooring) and reinterpreting others, such as its distinctive and unusual internal façade that overlooks the central courtyard. throughout its history and several transformations, several layers of paint, dirt, and stucco had been accumulated on the walls. when the interior restoration began, all these different textures and colors came to light. among them, a salmon pink tone that was selected as the main color of the new identity.

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the building features an internal central courtyard, a typical design element of local period architecture, which was restored and re-organized to serve as a common social area for all 11 rooms. the new mosaic installed on the floor gives a modern and fresh touch to the interior. the walls that surround the courtyard were covered with plasterboard to accommodate all the new installations without affecting the bearing adobe walls which were also restored to create exposed details of the original material of the house. the rest of the walls and ceilings were painted dark gray to create an opaque environment that contrasts the internal salmon-colored facade.

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respond to the current needs of hotels, the rooms were re-designed to be flexible and able to adapt according to demand. the relatively confined spaces of the pre-existing architecture resulted in the creation of custom-designed furniture, manufactured by local artisans, which transform a single into a double room in a few minutes. the original wooden floors and adobe walls were restored but also a new lighting design was implemented that creates a cozy atmosphere.

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project info:

name: republica rosa
design studio: nicolas&nicolas
location: quito, ecuador

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

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‘the modernist’ boutique hotel opens inside the former canadian embassy in athens

following the success of its first property in downtown thessaloniki (see previous coverage here), ‘the modernist’ opens a second boutique hotel, this time in athens. settled into the former canadian embassy in kolonaki, a high-end neighborhood in the historical heart of the greek capital, the hotel welcomes guests in a relaxed, elegant environment that seamlessly combines art deco elements, mid-century detailing and danish design. the brainchild of entrepreneur kostis karatzas, ‘the modernist athens’ has been developed with the same emphasis on local creativity as its counterpart in thessaloniki, introducing travellers to the city’s artistic community through highly-curated experiences.

 

‘the modernist is about contemporary hospitality that inspires curiosity and authentic experiences,’ says kostis karatzas about the project. ‘ethics and aesthetics course through everything we do, as an invisible thread that connects us with the world. following the opening of our first property in thessaloniki two years ago, athens was a natural next step for us. and this is only the beginning for our brand.’'the modernist' boutique hotel opens inside the former canadian embassy in athensall images by ioanna roufopoulou

 

 

‘the modernist’ athens sits on the southern slopes of lycabettus hill, a mere couple of miles from the acropolis, surrounded by world-class galleries and museums, great shopping streets and a vibrant nighttime atmosphere. occupying the former canadian embassy building, the hotel features a blend of the minimalism of post-war 1950s architecture, and the nowness of sleek yet subtle contemporary spaces. its design, developed by collaborating architects FORMrelated, is characterized by sharp contrasts in color and shape, an elegant material palette, custom lighting and made-to-measure furniture.exterior view of 'the modernist' boutique hotel in athens

 

 

upon entering the hotel, guests are met with an eclectic mix of hues and materials, including marble, plaster, bronze, and black glass, which define the lobby. on the ground floor, the breakfast buffet doubles as an all-day cafe bar, where plywood and marble blend together to create a warm atmosphere. the hotel’s common areas are complete with the rooftop garden, which also serves as an open cinema with breathtaking views of the acropolis. ‘the modernist’ also offers itself as an events epicentre, hosting workshops and talks by guest artists on its ground floor.'the modernist' boutique hotel opens inside the former canadian embassy in athens

 

 

the 38 rooms of the hotel spread across six floors, with four options – S,M,L,XL – that make it easy for guests to pick the one that best fits their individual needs. with the exception of a series of signature pieces in the lobby, selected from a mix of local and international interior design brands, the furniture, lighting and uniforms of ‘the modernist’ are custom-made. inside the guest rooms, oak wood floors, leather headboards and midcentury-inspired furnishings are combined with embossed veneer panels and bronze details. similar to its sister property in thessaloniki, ‘the modernist’ athens features contributions by local creatives, from ceramics and the artwork on walls to tailor-made music playlists, and even a vinyl collection that’s in the works.'the modernist' boutique hotel opens inside the former canadian embassy in athens

 

 

‘we see the modernist athens becoming a compelling value proposition not just in living but in the experience industry as well,’ say FORMrelated founders konstantinos theodoridis and eleni papaevangelou about the hotel’s

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Visit a 67-room boutique hotel in the heart of Central Square

Visit a 67-room boutique hotel in the heart of Central Square

In Central Square you will find art, music, independent shops and dozen’s of restaurants. Now, with the addition of 907 Main, you can even enjoy a safe staycation at a boutique hotel


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♪ >> ARTS, MUSIC, INDEPENDENT SHOPS. DOZENS OF RESTAURANTS. CENTRAL SQUARE IN CAMBRIDGE WOULD SEEM TO HAVE IT ALL ACCEPTS PERHAPS FOR ONE THING. >> IT WAS DEFINITELY MISSING AN INTERESTING BOUTIQUE PROPERTY SO THIS WAS A SMALL NICHE THAT WE THOUGHT WE COULD FALL INTO. >> THE NEW 907 MAINE, A SAFETY SEVEN ROOM HOTEL THAT FITS RIGHT INTO THIS NEIGHBORHOOD. >> WE ARE NOT BORING, DEFINITELY A FUN PROPERTY TO STAY AT. YOU WILL GET THAT FEELING RIGHT FROM WHEN YOU WALK IN. >> THE ROOMS EXUDE A SOPHISTICATED URBAN VIBE. REFINED DESIGN. >> ALL OF THE FEELINGS HAVE SOFT LIGHTING FOR OUR GUESTS TO SET THE MOOD WHETHER THEY NEED TO BRIGHT LIGHTING OR DIM LIGHTING TO RELAX AND UNWIND. >> A TWO BEDROOM PENTHOUSE SUITE TAKES THINGS TO THE NEXT LEVEL. >> IT IS WELCOMING TO EVERYONE. >> ALSO WELCOMING GUESTS, THE IN-HOUSE RESTAURANT, THE DIAL. >> MY FAVORITE WAY TO DESCRIBE OUR CONCEPT IS ECLECTIC GLOBAL CUISINE. >> CENTRAL SQUARE’S INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR INFORMED THE CHEF’S MENU. >> IS A DIVERSE AREA AND WE PLAY ON THAT. >> RUSSIAN PAROLEES WITH SOUR CREAM AND SOUR APPLE. STUFFED GRAPE LEAVES, RAISE LAMB LABORS — SLAM RIBS. — LAMB RIBS. A PEANUT OLD-FASHIONED AND A CONFECTIONER ROMAN MANHATTAN GARNISHED WITH A TOOTSIE POP. >> WHAT IS WOND

Visit a 67-room boutique hotel in the heart of Central Square

In Central Square you will find art, music, independent shops and dozen’s of restaurants. Now, with the addition of 907 Main, you can even enjoy a safe staycation at a boutique hotel


At the heart of Central Square, you will find the new boutique hotel, 907 Main, and it’s in-house restaurant, The Dial.

At the heart of Central Square, you will find the new boutique hotel, 907 Main, and it’s in-house restaurant, The Dial.

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‘Italian-inspired’ boutique hotel proposed for old Maria’s Pastry location in North End

A boutique Italian hotel complete with a rooftop terrace and two new restaurants could soon take up residence along Cross Street where for decades the beloved Maria’s Pastry Shop stood.

“The intent is to build an Italian-inspired boutique hotel pulling from the culture of the North End and essentially knitting back the fabric of the edge of the neighborhood,” said William Caulder of 6M Development, which is proposing the project.

The six-story, 135-room hotel would be located along Cross Street between Endicott and Salem streets, beside the Rose Kennedy Greenway.

Caulder, a North End resident of more than 15 years, pledged his latest project would stay true to the flavor of the Italian culture of the neighborhood.

The facade would mirror the brick facades peppering the area. Caulder has plans for two street-level restaurants — one that would give preference to North End restaurateurs — and a rooftop terrace that will occupy the top floor and have sprawling views of the greenway and North End.

It’s also likely to have a banquet space and includes plans for an open-air, publicly accessible passageway connecting the greenway to Cutillo Park.

“We want to preserve the Italian culture here,” Caulder said.

He said he opted to build a hotel rather than residential housing in an effort to keep the views “in the public realm.”

Caulder said he is “in talks” with several well-known Boston hoteliers, but hasn’t decided yet whether the hotel will operate independently or under a corporate flag.

In an Oct. 30 letter of intent to the Boston Planning & Development Agency, project manager Kate Moniz of Fort Point Associates said the 87,142-square-foot hotel would serve to help address “Boston’s growing hospitality demands by supplying needed hotel rooms at a gateway location.”

The project requires BPDA approval.

The hotel would take over the line of empty storefronts once anchored by the iconic Maria’s Pastry Shop, which for 37 years was lauded as one of the North End’s top pasticcerias.

Owner Maria Merola hung up her apron for good last October. The pastry chef had churned out cannolis, panettones, zeppoles and more Italian delights at the location for 50 years — working for the previous owner, Modern Pastry, before she bought the business.

The hotel would be Caulder’s second large development project in Boston. His firm, 6M Development, previously built the Seville Boston Harbor, a 66-unit condo complex in East Boston.

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Boutique hotel on Detroit riverfront asks $26 million

A 108-room boutique hotel on Detroit’s east riverfront is now up for grabs.



a view of a city: An aerial view of the Roberts Riverwalk Hotel


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An aerial view of the Roberts Riverwalk Hotel

Real estate firm Newmark Group announced Wednesday that the Roberts Riverwalk Hotel, 1000 River Place Drive, is officially on the market.

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Owner Michael V. Roberts is seeking either a buyer for the 112,000-square-foot hotel and banquet center or to partner with someone for a potential joint redevelopment venture at the 3.75-acre site, such as a project involving residences.

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“Right now the asking price is $26 million,” said Roberts, a high-profile Black businessman and hotel owner from St. Louis.

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Like many downtown-area hotels, Roberts Riverwalk experienced a significant drop in business because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is now only open at reduced capacity Thursdays-Sundays through booking.com. 

“With COVID out here, there’s really no business during the middle of the week,” Roberts said.



Michael V. Roberts standing in front of a store: Michael V. Roberts, shown here in a 2014 photo, is now looking for someone to buy his Roberts Riverwalk Hotel.


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Michael V. Roberts, shown here in a 2014 photo, is now looking for someone to buy his Roberts Riverwalk Hotel.

Constructed in 1902, the hotel building is part of a complex that served until 1981 as offices and laboratories for pharmaceutical maker Parke-Davis Co. After Parke-Davis left, the complex became Stroh River Place and the building was turned into the River Place Inn in the late 1980s.

The Stroh family sold the hotel in 1993, and five years later, it was bought by Omni Hotels and underwent a name change to Omni Detroit Hotel at River Place.

In 2010, the Omni hotel closed. Shortly thereafter, Roberts bought the hotel and undertook $5 million in renovations to reopen it, including the installation of a swimming pool and a new 5,500-square-foot conference center.

“The prospect to acquire an established landmark along with coveted waterfront land is rare,” Larry Emmons, a senior managing director at Newmark, said in a statement announcing the property’s listing.

The recent buyers of the nearby UAW-GM Center for Human Resources complex said they once considered buying the Roberts Riverwalk Hotel as well in a separate deal, but changed their plans.

Roberts said that selling the hotel was a tough decision for him to make.

 “A smart entrepreneur has to be prepared to pivot when situations require a different mindset,” he said.

Contact JC Reindl at 313-222-6631 or [email protected]. Follow him on Twitter @jcreindl. Read more on business and sign up for our business newsletter.

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Boutique hotel on Detroit riverfront now for sale

A 108-room boutique hotel on the Detroit’s east riverfront is now up for grabs.



a view of a city: An aerial view of the Roberts Riverwalk Hotel


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An aerial view of the Roberts Riverwalk Hotel

Real estate firm Newmark Group announced Wednesday that the Roberts Riverwalk Hotel, 1000 River Place Drive, is officially on the market.

Owner Michael V. Roberts is seeking either a buyer for the 112,000-square-foot hotel and banquet center or to partner with someone for a potential joint redevelopment venture at the 3.75-acre site, according to a new release.

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More: UAW-GM training center in Detroit sells for secret price

More: Detroit hotels suffer, some suburban hotels doing OK amid COVID-19

The listing did not include an asking price. Roberts, a high-profile businessman and hotel owner from St. Louis, could not be reached for comment.

The hotel only appears to be open at reduced capacity Thursdays-Sundays through booking.com.  



Michael V. Roberts standing in front of a store: Michael V. Roberts, shown here in a 2014 photo, is now looking for someone to buy his Roberts Riverwalk Hotel.


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Michael V. Roberts, shown here in a 2014 photo, is now looking for someone to buy his Roberts Riverwalk Hotel.

Constructed in 1902, the hotel building is part of a complex that served until 1981 as offices and laboratories for pharmaceutical maker Parke-Davis Co. After Parke-Davis left, the complex became Stroh River Place and the building was turned into the River Place Inn in the late 1980s.

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The Stroh family sold the hotel in 1993, and five years later, it was bought by Omni Hotels and underwent a name change to Omni Detroit Hotel at River Place.

In 2010, the Omni hotel closed. Shortly thereafter, Roberts bought the hotel and undertook $5 million in renovations to reopen it.

The recent buyers of the nearby UAW-GM Center for Human Resources complex said they once considered buying the Roberts Riverwalk Hotel as well, but changed their plans.

“The prospect to acquire an established landmark along with coveted waterfront land is rare,” said Larry Emmons, a senior managing director at Newmark.

Contact JC Reindl at 313-222-6631 or [email protected]. Follow him on Twitter @jcreindl. Read more on business and sign up for our business newsletter.

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An aerial view of the Roberts Riverwalk Hotel (Photo: Newmark)

A 108-room boutique hotel on the Detroit’s east riverfront is now up for grabs.

Real estate firm Newmark Group announced Wednesday that the Roberts Riverwalk Hotel, 1000 River Place Drive, is officially on the market.

Owner Michael V. Roberts is seeking either a buyer for the 112,000-square-foot hotel and banquet center or to partner with someone for a potential joint redevelopment venture at the 3.75-acre site, according to a new release.

More: UAW-GM training center in Detroit sells for secret price

More: Detroit hotels suffer, some suburban hotels doing OK amid COVID-19

The listing did not include an asking price. Roberts, a high-profile businessman and hotel owner from St. Louis, could not be reached for comment.

The hotel only appears to be open at reduced capacity Thursdays-Sundays through booking.com.  

Michael V. Roberts, shown here in a 2014 photo, is now looking for someone to buy his Roberts Riverwalk Hotel. (Photo: Jessica J. Trevino Detroit Free Press)

Constructed in 1902, the hotel building is part of a complex that served until 1981 as offices and laboratories for pharmaceutical maker Parke-Davis Co. After Parke-Davis left, the complex became Stroh River Place and the building was turned into the River Place Inn in the late 1980s.

The Stroh family sold the hotel in 1993, and five years later, it was bought by Omni Hotels and underwent a name change to Omni Detroit Hotel at River Place.

In 2010, the Omni hotel closed. Shortly thereafter, Roberts bought the hotel and undertook $5 million in renovations to reopen it.

The recent buyers of the nearby UAW-GM Center for Human Resources complex said they once considered buying the Roberts Riverwalk Hotel as well, but changed their plans.

“The prospect to acquire an established landmark along with coveted waterfront land is rare,” said Larry Emmons, a senior managing director at Newmark.

Contact JC Reindlat 313-222-6631 or [email protected]. Follow him on Twitter@jcreindl. Read more on business and sign up for our business newsletter.

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