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Marriott International has officially opened a dual-branded hotel building in New York that includes a 261-room Residence Inn by Marriott and a 378-room Courtyard by Marriott hotel. At nearly 753 feet, the 68-story structure has taken the distinction of being the tallest lodging property without an attached residential or office space in the United States. The property is owned by Granite Broadway Development and is being managed by Marriott under a franchise deal. Read the Bloomberg Businessweek story here.

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