In The Real Deal’s latest Webcast interview, now online to your right, Jen Benepe speaks with John Fox, senior vice president of PKF Consulting, about how the city’s hospitality industry may be affected by the credit crunch. Fox predicts that both occupancy rates and room rate increases will see a softening in 2008 and 2009, but that the luxury market will weather the storm.
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