Noble Opens Hyatt Atlanta Midtown
Thursday July 18th, 2013 - 9:55AM PCBG
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ATLANTA—Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Noble Investment Group has opened the Hyatt Atlanta Midtown located here. The hotel is prominently located in the heart of the urban Midtown Mile, Atlanta’s commercial, retail and cultural walking district.
Noble’s development of the new Hyatt Atlanta Midtown included the replacement and reconfiguration of the entire building envelope and systems, reprogramming of all public areas and all-new luxurious interiors throughout the property. Hyatt Atlanta Midtown provides 194 guestrooms and suites featuring a full range of modern amenities and services, along with high-speed Internet access and ergonomic work areas. Additionally, the hotel features more than 5,400 sq. ft. of flexible meeting and event space.
“This urban property is another strong example of Noble’s strategy to invest in prominently located assets that require substantial redevelopment and premium branding. The culmination of our efforts is the delivery of a high-quality, business class hotel such as Hyatt Atlanta Midtown, which is ideally tailored for its surrounding market environment," Rodney Williams, Noble’s managing principal and chief investment officer, said in a statement. “We believe the business and arts leadership of Midtown Atlanta has made it one of the best live, work, learn, shop and play communities in the United States.”
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