Legacy Partners to develop 5 Sleep Inns outside Houston

Legacy Partners is developing five Sleep Inn locations for Choice Hotels International in the Houston area.

Legacy Partners has signed an agreement with Choice Hotels International to develop five Sleep Inn hotels outside of Houston. The first of these is expected to open in 2020.

The Texas hotels will be built in the cities of Crosby, Waller, Liberty, Dayton and Humble. Of the five locations, two are less than a half hour out of Houston and three are around 45 minutes away. All five will be five-story hotels with 60 rooms.

"Houston, an ever-growing city, has thriving industries in healthcare, energy and manufacturing," Sazmin Momin, owner of Legacy Partners, said in a statement "We knew signing this agreement to develop properties with Choice was a good investment. Sleep Inn's prototype targets both business and leisure travelers that are looking for an inviting, simple but timeless space—the ultimate 'home away from home.’"

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Choice’s midscale Sleep Inn brand currently has more than 550 locations open or in the pipeline worldwide. 

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