The company plans to relocate its headquarters from Tempe to Chandler.
It’s tough times for all hotels, but stripped-down properties near airports are faring better than most2020-12-01T20:25:37-07:00
The difference in fortunes at the airport properties is emblematic of a broader truth for hotels throughout the U.S. Those that cater to extended-stay travelers, offering limited service at modest room rates, have weathered Covid-19 better than most.
The new facility, which is expected to open on a fast-growing section of tribal land in late 2022, is being designed as a one-stop shop for everyone from pro athletes to youth sports teams or any area resident needing treatment for sports-related injuries.
The building completed construction in late 2019 and is fully leased to a single tenant, a high-profile San Francisco-based company with a growing Arizona workforce.