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Discover the New Marriott Duo in Vail Valley – Opening June 2024!

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Perfectly nestled between Vail and Beaver Creek’s prime attractions.  

AVON, Colo., July 9, 2024 /PRNewswire/ —  The 116-suite SpringHill Suites by Marriot and 127-suite TownePlace Suites by Marriott in Avon, Colorado opened Tuesday, June 25th, 2024. With pet friendly suites embracing a mountain ethos, we offer unparalleled flexibility to tailor our guests experience. Located at 1782 Swift Gulch Road, the all-suite dual brand hotel will operate as a Marriott franchise. Owner  JMA Ventures, LLC  served as the project developer and managed by Pyramid Global Hospitality.

Perfectly situated, this Marriott duo offers the ideal valley location. Just 10 minutes from the base of Beaver Creek and Vail mountains, it provides easy access to the Eagle River and over 100 miles of paved bike paths. Land investor Traer Creek and JMA Ventures, LLC understood at the onset the significance of the location and bringing a quality product with an elevated design that could complement the surrounding area and set the tone for development north of Exit 168.

JMA Ventures, LLC is excited to bring a high-quality Marriott dual brand hotel to the Avon / Vail Valley,” says JMA’s Vice President, Gaelan Kerr-Koppel. “JMA and Traer Creek identified a missing middle in the current hotel market surrounding the Vail and Beaver Creek resorts and believes these new SpringHill Suites and TownePlace Suites hotels will cater to demand from the growing Denver metro, domestic and international travelers, and serve as a community hub and centerpiece to the entrance to the Town of Avon.”

The hotel exudes the charm and warmth of a cozy mountain cabin, featuring custom-made decorative pieces that reflect the region’s artisanal craftsmanship. The inviting spaces are enhanced by vaulted ceilings, creating an airy yet intimate atmosphere reminiscent of a luxurious residence. Every detail seamlessly blends with the picturesque landscape, offering guests a harmonious and tranquil retreat. Kerr-Koppel shares “The hotels feature a shared lobby gathering space and signature bar set against the south facing, two story atrium glass that features tremendous and expansive views of the Vail Valley.”  

While on property, guests can create their own complimentary hot breakfast every morning in the lobby area and can fire up their stay by grilling up dinner on the outdoor Weber grills. Other hotel amenities include an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, a fitness  center open 24 hours per day, a meeting room, laundry facilities, complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and on-site business services, including copying, faxing and printing. We recognize that families may include more than just humans, which is why SpringHill Suites & TownePlace Suites is pet-friendly (fees may apply).

Corduroy Bar and Lounge offers a delightful selection of simple yet scrumptious bites, paired perfectly with our thoughtfully curated specialty beverage menu. “This isn’t your typical SpringHill Suites and TownePlace Suites hotels. These hotels feature a lobby bar; it provides a unique and inviting ambiance that sets it apart. Enjoy stunning valley views as you relax and savor the exceptional flavors in every visit.” Shares General Manager, Drew Gunderson.

Local and Colorado native, Pam Brown, Director of Sales & Marking says “Our outdoor living space is truly exceptional, featuring an activity lawn perfect for your favorite yard games, a fire pit for relaxation after a day of exploration, and an outdoor pool and hot tub. The views from sunrise to sunset are unparalleled. We eagerly anticipate welcoming you to experience it all!”

Kerr-Koppel joyfully ends with, “JMA Ventures, LLC would like to thank all of our partners who assisted in the development of the hotels including the Town of Avon, Traer Creek, Benefit Street Partners, and the Village (at Avon) Design Review Board.”

SpringHill Suites caters to the modern, savvy traveler seeking style and convenience, offering spacious suites larger than typical hotel rooms. Each suite features separate living, working, and sleeping areas, with comfortable beds and plush pillows for an optimum night’s sleep. The custom West Elm ® sofa and swivel chair add stylish relaxation options, while the well-lit workspace ensures maximum productivity.

TownePlace Suites  excels in providing comfortable suites tailored for longer stays, featuring fully equipped kitchens and the convenient Elfa ® closet system from The Container Store ®. Guests can work and relax in modern studio and one-bedroom suites with stainless steel appliances, adjustable workspaces, and large flat-screen TVs. Each suite offers distinct living, working, and sleeping areas, ensuring a flexible and comfortable stay.

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Citi maintains Neutral on Terex shares, cites ESG business purchase

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On Monday, Terex Corporation (NYSE:) maintained its Neutral rating with a steady stock price target of $60.00, as announced by Citi. Terex disclosed it has signed an agreement to purchase Dover’s Environmental Solutions Group (ESG) business, which includes refuse vehicles and compaction equipment.

The deal is valued at $2 billion in gross terms, with a net purchase price of approximately $1.725 billion after accounting for the present value of roughly $275 million in tax benefits.

The net purchase price is approximately 9.6 times ESG’s projected 2024 EBITDA, with the multiple decreasing to around 8.4 times after factoring in the expected synergies of about $25 million. Terex anticipates the acquisition will be accretive to its adjusted earnings per share (EPS) by double digits in 2025. The acquisition is seen as beneficial, enhancing Terex’s business narrative and providing clear cost and revenue synergies.

Despite the premium paid over Terex’s current enterprise value to EBITDA multiple, the acquisition is considered potentially advantageous for Terex.

Success hinges on the company’s ability to realize the targeted synergies, the promised accretion to EPS, and ESG’s ability to deliver the forecasted mid-single-digit long-term compound annual growth rate (CAGR) with minimal business cyclicality. The transaction is slated for completion in the fourth quarter of 2024.

In other recent news, Terex Corporation has acquired Environmental Solutions Group (ESG) from Dover Corporation (NYSE:) in a deal valued at $2.0 billion, expanding its market reach. The acquisition, expected to close in the second half of 2024, will enhance Terex’s position in the waste and recycling sector. ESG’s integration will create a new Environmental Solutions segment within Terex, combining it with Terex’s existing Utilities business.

In other developments, Dover Corporation’s first-quarter earnings exceeded analyst estimates, with an adjusted EPS of $1.95, surpassing the expected $1.87. Revenue for the quarter also surpassed expectations, reaching $2.09 billion against the consensus estimate of $2.04 billion.

In analyst notes, Mizuho Securities has revised its outlook on Dover, raising its price target to $185 from the previous $180. The firm also revised its earnings per share estimates for Dover for 2024 and 2025, increasing them to $9.10 and $9.75, respectively. These recent developments indicate a positive outlook for Dover’s financial future.

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Israeli parliament votes to label UN relief agency a terror organisation

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JERUSALEM (Reuters) – The Israeli parliament gave preliminary approval on Monday to a bill that declares the main United Nations relief organization for Palestinians a terrorist organisation and proposes to sever relations with the body.

The vote against the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) is the latest step in a Israeli push against the agency, which Israeli leaders have accused of collaborating with the Islamist movement Hamas in Gaza.

The bill was approved in a first reading and will be returned to the foreign affairs and defence committee for further deliberation, the Knesset information service said.

The bill’s sponsor, Yulia Malinovsky, was quoted as describing UNRWA as a “fifth column within Israel”.

UNRWA provides education, health and aid to millions of Palestinians in Gaza, the West Bank, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria. It has long had tense relations with Israel but relations have deteriorated sharply since the start of the war in Gaza and Israel has called repeatedly for UNRWA to be disbanded.

“It’s another attempt in a wider campaign to dismantle the agency,” UNRWA spokesperson Juliette Touma said. “Such steps are unheard of in the history of the United Nations.”

Israel has said hundreds of UNRWA staff are members of terrorist groups, including Hamas and Islamic Jihad, but has yet to provide evidence to a U.N.-appointed review.

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) sign lies on the ground, amid the ongoing conflict in Gaza between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas,  at the Kerem Shalom crossing in southern Israel, May 30, 2024. REUTERS/Amir Cohen/File Photo

Several donor countries halted funding to UNRWA following the Israeli accusations but many have since reversed the decision, including Britain which said last week it would resume funding.

Both Hamas and the Palestinian Authority condemned the Israeli vote, and Hussein Al-Sheikh, a senior ally of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, called on the international community to resist attempts to dissolve the agency.

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Israel sends tanks back into Khan Younis area, 70 killed after new evacuation order

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By Nidal al-Mughrabi, Ari Rabinovitch and Hatem Khaled

CAIRO/JERUSALEM/GAZA (Reuters) -Israel sent tanks back into the greater Khan Younis area and at least 49 Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire, Gaza medics said on Monday, after ordering evacuations of some districts it said had been used for renewed attacks by militants.

The Palestinians were killed by tank salvoes in the town of Bani Suhaila and other towns fringing the eastern side of Khan Younis, with the area also bombarded by air, they said.

Residents of the densely built-up area of southern Gaza said the tanks advanced for more than two kilometres into Bani Suhaila, forcing residents to flee under fire.

“It is like doomsday,” one resident, who only identified himself as Abu Khaled, told Reuters via chat app. “People are fleeing under fire, many are dead and wounded on the roads.”

The Gaza health ministry said the dead included several women and children and that at least 186 other people had been injured by Israeli fire. The Gaza ministry does not distinguish between militants and civilians in its death tallies.

Around 400,000 people are living in the targeted areas and dozens of families have begun to leave their houses, Palestinian officials said, adding they were not given time to get out of harm’s way before the Israeli strikes began.

Some families fled on donkey carts, others on foot, carrying mattresses and other belongings.

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society said two of its clinics located in eastern Khan Younis had been knocked out of operation because of the new Israeli offensive.

At Khan Younis’ Nasser Hospital, some people stood outside the morgue to bid farewell to dead relatives.

“We are tired, we are tired in Gaza, every day our children are martyred, every day, every moment,” said Ahmed Sammour, who lost several relatives in bombings of eastern Khan Younis.

“No one told us to evacuate. They brought four floors crashing down on civilians… and the bodies they could reach, they brought to the refrigerator (morgue),” Sammour added.

There was no immediate Israeli comment on the strikes on the eastern side of Khan Younis, whose population initially fled their homes when Israeli tanks stormed in several months ago, before returning after they withdrew to rebuild their lives.

In nearby Deir Al-Balah, where hundreds of thousands of Palestinians are sheltering, an Israeli airstrike hit a tent used by local journalists inside Al-Aqsa Hospital, killing one of them and wounding two other people, the Hamas-run Gaza government media office said.

The new death raised the number of Palestinian journalists killed in the Israeli offensive to 163, it added.


Earlier on Monday, the Israeli military said it had issued new evacuation orders due to renewed Palestinian militant attacks, including rockets launched from the targeted areas in eastern Khan Younis. The orders did not include health institutions, Palestinians said.

The military said it was adjusting the boundaries of a designated humanitarian zone in coastal Al-Mawasi – to the west of Khan Younis – to keep the civilian population away from areas of combat with Hamas-led Palestinian militants.

The Gaza Civil Emergency Services said Israel’s new orders showed it had downsized the humanitarian-designated areas in southern and central areas, where 1.7 million people were sheltering, to 48 square km from 65 square km in the past.

The Palestinians, the United Nations and international relief agencies have said there is no safe place left in Gaza.

Health officials at Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis urged residents on Monday to donate blood because of the large number of casualties being rushed into the medical centre.

“A family, including children, were all torn to pieces while they were sleeping,” said one man who arrived at the hospital in an ambulance bearing the bodies.

Israel has vowed to eradicate Hamas after militants killed 1,200 people and took more than 250 hostages in a cross-border assault on Oct. 7, 2023, according to Israeli tallies.

© Reuters. A Palestinian woman sits on a wheelchair as she and others flee the eastern part of Khan Younis after they were ordered by Israeli army to evacuate their neighborhoods, amid Israel-Hamas conflict, in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip July 22, 2024. REUTERS/Hatem Khaled

The death toll among Palestinians in Israel’s retaliatory offensive since then had reached at least 39,006 as of Monday, Gaza health authorities said.

A ceasefire effort led by Qatar and Egypt and backed by the U.S. has so far fallen short because of disagreements over terms between the combatants, who blame each other for the impasse.

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