Newsletter Vol 4
New York City is a Hotbed of Hotel Development
Almost everywhere you look in the Big Apple - from the greatly-anticipated Hudson Yards mini-city within the city on the far west side of Manhattan to the historic NoMad(scq) neighborhood and bustling financial district both in Manhattan to the revitalized Long Island City section of Queens, there are gleaming new hotels being built.
Javits Center Expansion Will Create More Exhibit and Meeting Space for HX
NEW YORK CITY - The $1.5 billion expansion of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center will allow many additional exhibitors to take part in HX: The Hotel Experience. Exhibitors and affinity associations will also be able to hold more meetings in and around the HX with the addition of new, flexible meeting space.
New York City and the GDPR: What You Need to Know as a Hotelier
For hoteliers in New York City, which hosts millions of international leisure and business travelers from European Union (EU) nations, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that went into effect in May could greatly impact the data obtained from these overseas guests.
The Hot New Trends in F&B in New York City Hotel Restaurants
From small plates and shared foods to original cocktails to food cart-style catered dishes, New York City is at the heart of some of these new F&B innovations, and is leading the way for many other metropolitan areas.
HX: The Newsletter Talks to Industry Analyst Mark Stekelenburg of CBRE about the NYC Hotel Market
With a New York City theme, this 9/11 issue focuses on everything related to the hospitality industry in the Big Apple. Mark Stekelenburg(cq), managing director of CBRE Hotels Advisory, spoke with HX: The Newsletter Editor Laura Koss-Feder about the state of this dynamic and ever-changing hotel market and offered a glimpse into the very near future.