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Mexico's largest hotel operator to expand to Houston

Houston will be one of the first five U.S. cities to receive a Live Aqua hotel when the parent company expands outside of Mexico for the first time.

Mexico City-based hotel operator Grupo Posadas SAB de CV and New York-based private equity firm Bighorn Capital Inc. announced June 26 they signed an agreement to introduce the luxury boutique hotel brand to major U.S. cities.

Bighorn will invest $450 million to develop the first five hotels in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Houston and Washington, D.C. These cities were chosen for their large Hispanic populations and substantial Latin American and international tourists, who may already be familiar with the Live Aqua brand.
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I wonder if they're going to develop the hotel in the GHP building.
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Old Posted Jun 27, 2015, 7:58 PM
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Convention Center & Marriott Marquis



Dolce Midtown



Capella Museum District

Crane on the right.





3400 Montrose





Looking out towards the west:


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Wow, best type of update pics!
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Some pano shots from the top of Astoria.

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Full Article: http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/n...dly-finds.html

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Chronicle's downtown building reportedly finds potential buyer

Houston-based developer Hines reportedly is in talks to buy the Houston Chronicle’s building downtown, according to Realty News Report.

The deal, which has not been finalized, could be for roughly $50 million to $55 million, according to Realty News Report.

The Chronicle building hit the market without an asking price in April. The property is two blocks south of Market Square Park and includes a 10-story office building at 801 Texas and a parking garage. HFF is marketing the property.
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