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Pandemic in the Rearview: Nashville’s COVID-19 Impact and Recovery

Similar to other urban lodging markets across the country, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on Nashville’s thriving hotel and tourism industry. With the widely available vaccines and the lifting of pandemic restrictions, we look back at the effects of the pandemic in 2020, Nashville’s burgeoning recovery in 2021, and the long-term outlook for the Music City.

COVID-19’s Impact on the Hampton Roads Lodging Market

The Hampton Roads area has historically benefited from strong leisure and tourism demand, government activity at the area’s military facilities, and corporate travel. Since early March 2020, however, the Hampton Roads lodging market has suffered a decline in demand, like most metropolitan areas in the United States, because of the COVID-19 pandemic. How much of an impact has the market experienced, and how quickly can this historically stable market recover?

In Focus: Singapore, Revitalising and Repurposing Hotels

In Focus: Singapore 2020 provides an overview of Singapore’s tourism landscape and hotel market performance, infrastructure development, revitalising and repurposing hotels, hotel transactions and investment in 2019, outlook and crisis management.

Amazon in Music City: The Anticipated Impact on the Lodging Industry

In 2018, Amazon announced the locations for its coveted HQ2. Along with this announcement, the company also disclosed a new Center for Operational Excellence to be built in Downtown Nashville, bringing with it 5,000 new high-paying jobs. But how will this impact the local lodging industry, especially amid a massive number of new hotels flooding the market?

Market Intelligence Report 2013 Nashville

Transactions, performance, and demand are up for Nashville’s lodging industry, and new supply is set to come online over the next year. Are the city’s hotel demand generators prepared to keep up the pace?

Market Intelligence Report 2013 Philadelphia

Unemployment in Philadelphia remains high, though the city’s broad economic base continues to slowly recover. RevPAR levels for Philadelphia hotels are expected to strengthen in the near term, with demand outpacing recent supply additions.

Market Intelligence Report 2013 Columbus, Ohio

Unemployment and office vacancy has been dropping in Columbus, the state capital and a major center for financial and healthcare services in Ohio. Hotel occupancy hit a record high in 2012, and average rates are gaining ground.

Market Intelligence Report: Birmingham, Alabama

With over $200 million in proposed hotels for the City Center and myriad new developments driving demand, Birmingham’s lodging market has the opportunity to flourish.

HVS Market Intelligence Report: Columbus, Ohio

Hoteliers stand to reap the benefits of this capital city’s revitalization, especially downtown.

HVS Market Intelligence Report: Balancing Boston’s Lodging Market

Hotel supply and customer demand are coming to an accord in key Boston districts, signaling a steady pace for the area’s lodging market in 2008.
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