We specialize in high barrier to entry markets
HHM provides industry-leading investors with a full service, high quality approach to hotel real estate development across the United States. Developers seek out HHM for our hands-on experience developing hotels and deep understanding of the construction and pre-opening processes. Third-party developers often retain HHM to provide technical and pre-opening services for their hotels.
We enjoy a reputation among our investors and peers for value creation, accountability, and execution of complex developments. Our robust pipeline ranges from ground-up construction projects in Manhattan to full-service branded hotels in suburban markets. Over the past 30 years, HHM has developed over 40 hotels.
Our competitive advantage
- Our dedicated team of in-house engineers, designers, construction managers, and project managers provide a full spectrum of services and are focused on value-creation while pushing the boundaries of hospitality design
- Our experience with branded and independent hotels allows us to quickly determine the brand positioning within a local market to ensure the highest operational profitability
- Our hotel management operations allow us to closely collaborate with brands and have a longer-term outlook during the development process
- Owners rely on our strong relationships with architects and general contractors to maximize return on buildable square footage and experience with Guaranteed Maximum Price contracts
- We are entrepreneurial in our opportunistic approach and execution-oriented focus while serving the reporting and timing needs of an institutional investor
Hotel 48Lex New York – Midtown East Manhattan, NY
The first ground-up development in Midtown Manhattan in over 10 years was designed by renowned architect Nobutaka Ashihara. The tower has a mirrored glass facade and the 116 studios and suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows. The hotel features green roofs, visible from both street and guestroom, and showcase stone sculptures among the wild plantings. The private terraces on the fourth floor house lofty Acer trees and golden bamboo. The ground floor restaurant space features Lexington Brass, an American brasserie-style restaurant.
Hyatt Union Square – Union Square, NY
Soaring eleven floors above the corner of 13th Street and 4th Avenue, the 178 room Hyatt Union Square Hotel is a newly built and complementary addition to the Greenwich Village neighborhood offering luxury accommodations amongst a stunning, contemporary setting. The hotel, which features a historic façade and 23 foot ceiling on the ground floor, will offer a full-service restaurant, a fitness center, and a ground level lounge that opens up to 13th Street. The hotel, designed by Gene Kaufman Architects with interior design by Paul Vega of VLDG, will also feature an exclusive rooftop terrace and bar.
Courtyard Cadillac Miami Beach Oceanfront, FL
The LEED-certified Ocean Tower, an addition to the vintage South Beach classic Cadillac Courtyard Miami Beach Oceanfront, features 93 rooms with a palette of brilliant hues and unparalleled ocean views, a new oceanfront salt-water infinity pool complemented by poolside cabanas, and new indoor/outdoor meeting space including the Golden Vee Ballroom. The oceanfront tower enhances the renovations completed at the original tower – both employ the unique motifs of the original Art Deco style, reflecting the vibrancy of Miami by incorporating elements of the local beach culture with infused bright colors and rich harmonious textures.