Embassy Suites Dallas Park Central completes $12.1 million renovation


    ATLANTA, GA, January 26, 2009—Hospitality Ventures, LLC, a privately owned hotel ownership and management firm headquartered in Atlanta, today announced that it has completed a $12.1 million renovation of the Embassy Suites Dallas Park Central, located at 13131 North Central Expressway in Dallas, TX.  The 279-suite property was acquired in mid-2007 by a joint venture between RockBridge Partners (an affiliate of RockBridge Capital, LLC) and Hospitality Ventures.
    The Embassy Suites Dallas Park Central underwent a top-to-bottom upgrade of all guest suites and public spaces that included the addition of 5,000 square feet of new meeting space.  A highlight of the project is an all-new design model for Embassy Suites atriums that provides numerous options for dining, work, and leisure activities for the modern traveler.  The completely redesigned, eight-story atrium features a communal-space design concept with fresh, contemporary color scheme, two-story water feature with dramatic lighting, music, U-shaped, high-top communal table, and clusters of living room-type areas with sofas, chairs, and tables for comfortable lap-top computer work or quiet conversation.  TV monitors viewable from anywhere in the atrium and a new open-space, casual restaurant (Riparian Grille) also are featured in the new atrium.  A focal point of the atrium is an all-new, ultra-modern bar featuring a cascading waterfall, vibrant
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100 Tower Place, 3340 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 605, Atlanta, GA 30326 · Tel: 404-467-9299 · Fax: 404-467-1962 www.hospitalityventures.com

 

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