July 26, 2010 Leave a comment
Charleston/Summerville is the first of Marriott hotels set to open in early 2012, will be a LEED hotel, created in partnership with the US Green Building Council.
According to their press, using the prototype will save the hotel giant six months of design time on each hotel. That’s about what the company says it would usually take to design a LEED-certificate worth new property. Marriott plans to roll out similar prototypes for its other brands in the future, including Residence Inn by Marriott and Towne Place Suites. Read more of this post