Miami is in "growth mode," according to The Real Deal, as a variety of industries are seeing lots of development including the hospitality, commercial retail and health care sectors. The Miami International Airport submarket has become a thriving business center as well, with passenger arrivals increasing and new terminals being added.
The Hyatt Place company recently began construction on its first branded hotel in Miami, according to the source. It's being built by a joint venture called MIA LeJeune, which is made up of Mayan Properties, Travelers Hotel Group and Concord Hospitality. The estimated cost for the entire project is $21 million and the structure will feature 135 rooms upon completion.
In addition to planning for building materials and decor, this new hotel and others like it must stay true to guests' needs - and the MIA Airport district boasts a highly business-centric clientele. As such, it's important that each suite come complete with appropriate business furniture like a contemporary workstation and ergonomic chair. Also, it's helpful for there to be large on-site meeting rooms with adequate-sized conference tables and task chairs. Ensuring each guest has an appropriate workstation will help him or her boost productivity and keep the hotel in mind during the next visit.
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