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Exclusive: Goff, Crescent Real Estate buy luxury Uptown hotel; $30M in upgrades planned
Andrew Davidson, who was the former general manager of Park Hyatt in Washington, D.C., has been appointed as the hotel's general manager. Crescent Real Estate also owns neighboring luxury Uptown hotel, The Ritz-Carlton. The developer is also nearing ...
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