Noble Investment Group, a specialist in the lodging and hospitality real estate sector, has broken ground on Element by Westin Nashville, a new hotel, in the West End neighbourhood of Nashville, Tennessee, US.
Choice Hotels International has announced the start of construction on new Cambria Hotel, being developed by Hotel Motel, in Fort Lauderdale Beach, Florida, US.
The Gilbert Town Council has approved a development and disposition agreement (DDA) with Heritage North Partners for the development of a 9.1-acre site with a mixed use project in Gilbert, Arizona, US.
Full-service real estate development firm Weller Development, together with state and local elected officials, community and business leaders, has broken ground on the first phase of Port Covington, a 235-acre mixed-use redevelopment project in south Baltimore, US.
Canadian construction firm Graham has secured a C$187m ($138.6m) contract for the construction of an office tower downtown Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada.
Real estate firm Hines and co-developer Columbia Development Group have partnered with USAA Real Estate for the development of Fenton, a 69-acre mixed-use district in the Town of Cary, North Carolina.
Browning Investments and JC Hart have announced a joint venture for the development of 250 luxury apartments and 15,000ft² of street-level commercial space in Discovery Park District, a 400-acre $1bn-plus development on the west side of Purdue University campus in Indiana, US.
New York City officials, along with local elected officials and community stakeholders, have broken ground on a new mixed-use development in East Harlem, New York City.
Real estate development company Catellus Development and the US-based construction firm Mortenson have broken ground on new eight-storey dual-branded hotel in the Novus Innovation Corridor in Tempe, Arizona in the US.
The University of California (UC) Hastings College of the Law has selected US-based property developer, investor and manager, Greystar Real Estate Partners as the master developer for $450m multi-phase academic village development.
US-based Congress Group and AECOM Capital have secured $360m in debt and equity financing for the development of the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Nashville, a mixed-use hotel and for-sale residential project in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Moinian Group and ZOM Living are set to break ground a 43-storey apartment tower at Miami Worldcenter, a mixed-use development under construction in Florida, US.
Real estate investment and development firm The Domain Companies has announced the financing and commencement of construction on The Exchange’s first building, an $89m, mixed-use development in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Leisure travel company Allegiant Travel and finance and investment firm TPG Sixth Street Partners (TSSP), in a partnership with TPG, have announced an agreement to finance the development of Sunseeker Resorts Charlotte Harbor in the Charlotte County/Punta Gorda area in southwest Florida, US.
LMC, a company that develops and manages apartments, has commenced construction on Ovation, a luxury two-tower high-rise and mixed-use apartment community, at the gateway to the First Hill neighbourhood of Seattle.
JPI, a multifamily developer in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, is set to begin construction on Jefferson Texas Plaza, a nine-acre development in Irving, adjacent to the University of Dallas.
The Round Rock City Council has approved an agreement with the developers of The District, a 65-acre mixed-use project planned for SH 45 just east of IH 35, in Texas, US.
Hankey Investment and Jamison Properties have broken ground on a $300m residential tower at 2900 Wilshire Blvd in Koreatown, a sub-market adjacent to downtown Los Angeles, US.
The Cresset-Diversified QOZ Fund has formed a joint venture with Hines to develop The Preston, a new residential building in downtown Houston, US.
Cinemark Holdings, engaged in the motion picture exhibition business, has unveiled plans to construct a 14-screen theatre in the new Cottonwood Creek Market development in Waco, Texas.Set to open in the spring of 2020, the new theatre forms part of a 143-acre, master planned, mixed-use project developed by NewQuest Properties.Located at the intersection of I-35 and Loop 340/Hwy 6, the 14 auditoriums at the Cinemark Waco and XD theatre will feature advanced technology and customer-preferred amenities, including Cinemark XD auditorium and Cinemark’s Luxury Loungers.The auditoriums will include ultra-modern viewing environment with wall-to-wall screens and enhanced sound systems and 4K digital projection powered by Barco with RealD 3D capability.The theatre will also feature a lobby lounge offering expanded food and beverage options. Furthermore, seats in all auditoriums can be reserved with convenient online and kiosk ticketing.Cinemark CEO Mark Zoradi said: “We are proud to work with our long-time partner, NewQuest, to bring the Waco community the ultimate movie-going experience with our new Cinemark location coming soon to Central Texas.“With our Luxury Lounger recliners, XD auditorium and more, Cinemark will give guests the opportunity to enjoy the newest films in one of the most innovative viewing environments."NewQuest Properties co-founder and managing partner Steve Alvis said: “We are pleased to welcome Cinemark to Cottonwood Creek Market. The Cinemark theatre will anchor our entertainment wing, which will have an exciting collection of restaurants and retail in a beautifully landscaped environment.”Apart from the new Cinemark theatre, Cottonwood Creek Market will include several restaurants, entertainment and a wide range of retail shops in its 285,000ft² of space sprawling over a 63-acre site. The centre will also feature office spaces and multifamily homes.Cinemark operated 541 theatres with 6,014 screens in 41 US states, Brazil, Argentina and 13 other Latin American countries as of 30 September 2018.