In front of a standing-room-only crowd in his Loews Miami Beach Hotel, Jonathan Tisch, Co-Chairman of the Loews Corporation and Co-Owner of the New York Giants, delivered insights into design trends and changing experiences in the hospitality industry.
Jonathan Tisch, Co-Chairman of the Loews Corporation and Co-Owner of the New York Giants, delivered the Sports Venue Design & Build Forum’s keynote at the 27th Annual ALSD Conference and Tradeshow this past July in Miami.
Interviewed by The Parker Company’s Don Lockerbie in front of a standing-room-only crowd in Tisch’s very own Loews Miami Beach Hotel, he expanded upon the effects of changing consumer demographics and experience expectations across all segments of the hospitality industry.
Tisch outlined the architectural trends that governed the $50 million makeover of the Loews Miami Beach Hotel, unveiled just days before the ALSD Conference, and the blurring lines between hotel design and sports venue design.
Enjoy the entire keynote interview or skip ahead to those chapters that most interest you and your venue:
The Tisch Family Legacy/Loews Corporation Overview 2:04
Why Tisch Dressed in Drag to Win the Loews Miami Beach Hotel Bid 5:45
How the Loews Miami Beach Hotel Reinvents Itself to Stay Ahead of Hospitality Trends 11:13
Similarities Between the Hotel Industry and the Sports and Entertainment Venue Marketplace 13:40
Creating Compelling Hospitality Experiences for Changing Demographics 21:47
Live! by Loews in the Texas Live! Entertainment District 24:51
Advice for Investing in FF&E and Technology 27:00
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