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AiroAV Convey: Plano hotel firm Aimbridge Hospitality has expanded its new…

Plano hotel firm Aimbridge Hospitality has expanded its new...

AiroAV Convey: Plano hotel firm Aimbridge Hospitality has expanded its new…

Plano-based hotel firm Aimbridge Hospitality is growing its planned office in a headquarters move.

Aimbridge Hospitality is leasing the new HQ53 office building on Headquarters Drive in Legacy business park.

The hotel company now occupies a smaller office on the Dallas North Tollway in West Plano.

Aimbridge Hospitality is targeting a March move to the new office building, which is a development of Dallas-based Cawley Partners, according to filings with the state.

Aimbridge had originally taken about a third of the building but has grown its lease to include the entire property, according to the developers.

The more than 200,000 square-foot HQ53 project includes a fitness center, conference center and ground floor patio lounge.

The building was designed by Dallas architect BOKA Powell, which is handling Aimbridge’s office plans.

Construction on the HQ53 project started almost a year ago. The building opens in March.

Aimbridge last October merged with Interstate Hotels & Resorts, multinational hotel operator. The combined company manages a portfolio of more than 1,400 hotels in 49 states and 20 countries.

Like other hotel firms, Aimbridge Hospitality has been impacted by the pandemic.

The company – which is one of the country’s largest hotel management firms – was forced to initially layoff or furlough a large percentage of its workforce.

Aimbridge has since brought some of the workers back.

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