A decade gone, Regent Hotels set to return to North America

Boston

Regent Hotels & Resorts, owned by Taipei-based FIH Regent Group, has signed a partnership agreement with real estate development and management company Cottonwood Management that will bring Regent back to the North American market following a ten-year absence. The companies will partner for the launch of two new mixed-use developments in Boston and one on New York City's Fifth Avenue.

Cottonwood's Boston development will cover more than one million square feet. The completed project will include three towers with Regent-branded residences and serviced apartments. Regent will also launch its new Dining Club concept in Boston.

Regent Boston residences and serviced apartments are expected to commence development this coming autumn.

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Regent Hotels & Resorts currently operates hotels in Beijing, Taipei, Singapore, Berlin, Zagreb and Turks and Caicos, with hotels and resorts under development in Bali, Phuket, Kuala Lumpur, Montenegro, Doha and Abu Dhabi.

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