Spire Hospitality moves HQ to the Lone Star State

by | 20 Jul 2020 | Chains

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Third-party hotel management company Spire Hospitality, which is owned by AWH Partners, has successfully made the switch to Dallas-Fort Worth.

We explore why Spire Hospitality has decided to relocate its operations across the US from Illinois to Texas. 

A new base for Spire Hospitality

In March 2020, Spire Hospitality began moving its corporate headquarters from Deerfield, Illinois to a new location in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, five minutes’ away from the Irving Convention Centre at Las Colinas and within easy reach of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field Airport. The full address is 4600 Fuller Rd, Suite #100, Irving, TX 75038.

However, this is by no means the end for the company’s relationship with Deerfield, as its base there will continue to be retained as a regional office. 

Creating opportunities for growth

Spire Hospitality, which is owned by New York-based AWH Partners, a privately held real estate investment firm, chose the Dallas-Fort Worth metro region for strategic regions. It said that since Texas is centrally located in the US, the state is an ideal base for companies with geographically dispersed workforces. 

The area is also one of the fastest-growing regions in the country, no doubt thanks in no small part to its reputation for being very supportive of the business community; Fortune 500 companies like Exxon Mobil, AT&T, American Airlines and Southwest Airlines are already based there. 

“The relocation of our corporate headquarters was a strategic move,” said Chris Russell, CEO of Spire Hospitality. “Because of our location in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area and access to both airports, we’re now in a great position geographically to serve our properties across the country. The region’s business-friendly environment and talented workforce provide us with additional opportunities to grow our portfolio.”



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