Marriott International leads the U.S. hotel construction pipeline in the recently released Q2 2022 based on Lodging Econometrics.
The total U.S. construction pipeline up 9% Year-Over-Year (YOY) by projects and 4% YOY by rooms at the close of 2022’s second quarter.
China’s total construction pipeline is booming despite growing concerns about the economic slowdown. @LodgingEconomet
The record counts come despite concerns of slower growth throughout the region, shrinking demand for the region’s exports, Brexit uncertainties, and political tensions in many countries. @LodgingEconomet
Houston has a total of 150 projects/16,473 rooms in the construction pipeline, the third highest in the U.S. behind New York City and Dallas. @LodgingEconomet
Analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE) report that in the third quarter of 2018 the hotel construction pipeline in the Middle East has set another cyclical high with the total pipeline standing at 617 projects/180,097 rooms. @LodgingEconomet
The total pipeline increased a robust 18 per cent by projects and 21 per cent by rooms year-over-year. @LodgingEconomet
In the recent Middle East hotel construction pipeline report by analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE), the region continues to show rapid pipeline expansion in the second quarter of 2018 with the highest counts since 2007 when LE first began recording. @LodgingEconomet
Through the first half of the year, there are 1,288 projects/136,649 rooms of extended-stay projects in the US hotel construction pipeline according to Lodging Econometrics (LE). 400 Projects/44,738 rooms are under construction, and account for 26 per centÊof all projects under construction in the total pipeline.