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TownePlace Suites By Marriott Planned In Palm Desert

by Toni McAllister | Patch

An extended-stay hotel from Marriott is planned on a 2.87-acre vacant parcel in Palm Desert. The Palm Desert Architectural Review Commission has pored over design plans of the four-story, 128-room, 67,568-square-foot TownePlace Suites by Marriott eyed for the empty land east of Monterey Avenue, south of Interstate 10, and north of Dinah Shore Drive.

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Harmonizing Roof: Clay & Concrete Roofing Adorn Hotel in San Juan Capistrano
Harmonizing Roof: Clay & Concrete Roofing Adorn Hotel in San Juan Capistrano, California

by Ann Iten | Western Roofing Magazine

Inn at the Mission San Juan Capistrano, a Marriott hotel, marries Spanish architecture with modern
convenience. Offering 188 rooms, the four-star hotel celebrates the history of San Juan Capistrano,
California, and the esteemed Spanish Mission just across the street. Its roof is central to accomplishing just that.

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Maximizing The Potential Of Surf-Anchored Properties

by Bruce Greenfield | Surf Park Central

As architects, we are fueled by a creative drive to design built environments that deliver extraordinary experiences for people while adding value to the city, clients and communities they serve. The rise of the surf-anchored resort has paved the way for immersive, aspirational and intensely experiential developments that are surprisingly sustainable - a key element that is more important that ever.

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The Sky is (Almost) the Limit for Hospitality Projects

By Tom Bergerson, Bruce Greenfield, and Henry Wong | California Builder & Engineer

Once considered an outlier, modular design and construction has gained tremendous popularity. Learn more in this piece written by AO Hospitality studio principals Tom Bergerson, Bruce Greenfield, and Henry Wong.

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