According to the “LEED in Motion: Venues” report released last week by the U.S. Green Building Council, venues such as convention centers that incorporate LEED into their buildings enjoy increased cost-savings, decreased annual operating costs and a higher return on investment overall. The report highlights the green strategies and savings of more than 30 LEED-certified venues across the globe, including the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Ore., which is certified LEED Silver, and the Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul, Minn., which is certified LEED O+M. To read the report, click here.
The Cove of Lake Geneva is undergoing renovations to its lobby and front desk. Madison-based Brownhouse will update the space to include a fresh, sleek new look. During renovations, a complimentary continental breakfast will be […]
Milwaukee’s Historic Preservation Committee has given its approval for plans to convert the Humphrey Scottish Rite Masonic Center into a 220-room hotel. The project will include a 14-story addition to the historic building located in […]
Three Marcus Hotels & Resorts properties in Wisconsin have received the AAA Four Diamond Award in 2017. They include: The Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee; Grand Geneva Resort & Spa, Lake Geneva; and the Hilton Milwaukee, Milwaukee. […]