Bradley, Schmidt & Carn and Studio3877 design 1,000th Courtyard by Marriott in The Americas

The four-story property was designed to reflect the intersection of urban lifestyle and traditions of the Wild West.

LBA Hospitality--a hotel management, development and consulting firm--opened the 124-room Courtyard by Marriott Fort Worth Historic Stockyards, the 1,000th Courtyard by Marriott in The Americas.

The Courtyard by Marriott Fort Worth Historic Stockyards has the most guestrooms and meeting space in the Historic Stockyards District, and is the 50th hotel from Dothan, Ala.-based developer, Sunbelt Development.

Ownership group Apple Hospitality REIT tapped LBA to provide development and management services for the custom-designed hotel.

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Bradley, Schmidt & Carn and designers from Studio3877 custom-designed the four-story property to reflect the intersection of urban lifestyle and traditions of the Wild West. Key elements in the property include intertwining rope, weathered metal, wood and Western motifs throughout.

Terri Elorreaga serves as the general manager of the property, which is less than 30 miles from Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport and near the Stockyards National Historic District.

 

 

 

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