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Old Posted Yesterday, 7:02 PM
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I took the information from what was posted on this forum.

"Berger Hotel" does not imply it's going to be called The Berger Hotel by Hilton or something like that. It's a hotel, it's being developed by Berger, so I'm calling it Berger Hotel until further information is available.
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I think its clear now that PBJ uses us for their development research, look at the gallery for this article: https://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/...tml#g/442019/1

So when will the illustrious business journal credit our hard work? Never.

Article: https://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/...-downtown.html
Where is it exactly clear that they lifted from us? Facts cannot be copyrighted and if we know it certainly others do as well. We just post things public that are often collected in private like the AZBEX database that goes miles beyond anything biggus or I could muster.
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Where is it exactly clear that they lifted from us? .
Spotted the PBJ reporter
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I mean even if they did use this compilation of projects news as their source, we take their content and post it here. So an arm for a leg?
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There are no renderings in the PBJ article that can't be found on the developer websites...for which we also get the renderings from as well. It's not like we are creating the renderings.

With that being said, yes. I do feel that a few articles have been based off what has been posted here as articles tend to turn up right after our discussions. That's OK with me. We must provide a lot of good development updates!
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Did somebody ask for a Cambria hotel rendering? All right, one piping hot hotel rendering coming up!

https://azbigmedia.com/upscale-cambr...arts-district/
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Can anyone sand me information for the Cambria Hotel and the apartments at 3rd avenue and McKinley for the run down thread?
Here you go Biggus. Just posted today.

https://azbigmedia.com/upscale-cambr...arts-district/
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Guys Im not being serious, its just a cheeky comment.




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True North Studio, LLC, a commercial real estate development company located in Phoenix, announced a new project in collaboration with Choice Hotels International, Inc., one of the world’s largest lodging franchisors. The Cambria hotel in downtown Phoenix – Roosevelt Row Arts District has started construction and is set to open in late 2019. The award-winning Oxford Hotels & Resorts, LLC will manage the operations of the hotel, including the food and beverage venues.

True North Studio is the developer of the project and is working with Tempe-based architect DAVIS and Scottsdale-based general contractor UEB Builders. The lender is Lowe Enterprises out of Los Angeles. True North Studio is working with Artlink Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, on a formal call to artists to commission local, national and international artists to create exterior murals and an iconic sculptural shade structure to be placed outside the hotel entrance.

The seven-story, 127-room upscale hotel will feature a rooftop pool with cabanas and bar, boasting panoramic views of the surrounding mountain ranges, downtown skyline, and music festivals at Margaret T. Hance Park. Upon entering the Cambria hotel in downtown Phoenix – Roosevelt Row Arts District, guests and locals will be greeted by a welcoming lounge area that includes space for working, networking and hanging out. The ground floor café, restaurant, and rooftop amenities will be open to hotel guests and locals.

Located at 222 E. Portland Street, just south of the I-10 Freeway onramp, the hotel is in the historic Evans Churchill Neighborhood of the Roosevelt Row Arts District. With numerous arts venues, hundreds of local businesses who support the arts, and over 100,000 new visitors each year, the Roosevelt Row Arts District is a continuously evolving canvas that has become nationally recognized for arts, culture and small, locally-owned businesses. Guests at the Cambria hotel in downtown Phoenix – Roosevelt Row Arts District will be able to see Margaret T. Hance Park when lounging at the rooftop pool. The building is within walking distance to the light rail, Phoenix Biomedical Campus (TGen, ASU, UA, NAU) and many downtown music venues, restaurants, galleries, museums, and shopping.

“As one of the largest and fastest-growing cities in the country, anchored by rising tourism, a rich corporate presence, and thriving arts scene, Phoenix is the perfect destination to welcome several Cambria hotels,” said Janis Cannon, senior vice president, upscale brands, Choice Hotels. “Cambria hotels are designed to reflect the neighborhoods in which they are located and the Roosevelt Row location is no exception—guests can expect it to capture the spirit of the community and inspire them to explore, engage, and discover all Phoenix has to offer.”

True North Studio was founded by Jonathon Vento. Vento has more than 30 years of experience developing more than 200 projects across the country, including 44 Monroe, a high rise residential tower in Downtown Phoenix.

“We’re most excited about being part of the Roosevelt Row Arts District, which is a top arts district in the nation and a priceless gem of Phoenix. We’re honored to work with Choice Hotels on this project and look forward to introducing a hospitality product that truly mirrors the vibrant culture and authentic essence of the neighborhood. Guests and locals will love visiting the new Cambria hotel in downtown Phoenix – Roosevelt Row Arts District,” said Vento, principal developer, True North Studio.
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Hahaha. We're defiantly on top of the Cambria!
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Here you go Biggus. Just posted today.

https://azbigmedia.com/upscale-cambr...arts-district/
I like the design of the building.
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Old Posted Today, 4:35 PM
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some close ties with mortgages ltd. there with vento as the principal.
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Hahaha. We're defiantly on top of the Cambria!
we are united in our defiance.
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Here is a link to a better Cambria rendering

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"The RO2 Cambria Hotel" Hmmmmmmmmm ?
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Old Posted Today, 5:39 PM
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we are united in our defiance.
Lol, it was an autocorrect typo. Computer chose the wrong word. I meant definitely.
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I noticed Akara Kenect has a rendering up on the site as well:
https://ueb.net/projects/G31/G31.html
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I noticed Akara Kenect has a rendering up on the site as well:
https://ueb.net/projects/G31/G31.html
At this point I dont beleive anything will be built unless UEB is involved LOL
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