Choice Hotels building Cambria brand in Southlake

Rendering of Cambria Hotel being built in the Kimball Park development in Southlake.
Rendering of Cambria Hotel being built in the Kimball Park development in Southlake. Courtesy photo

Choice Hotels International, Fillmore Capital Partners and developer Fillmore Hospitality have started construction on Cambria Southlake DFW North in Kimball Park, a mixed-use development at Texas 114 and Kimball Avenue.

The location is only the second in Texas for the Cambria brand, said Michael Murphy, senior vice president of upscale brands for Choice Hotels International.

The 175-room hotel is scheduled to open in late 2016. It will include’

a bistro, fitness center and some meeting space. The hotel will employ about 50 workers.

Kimball Park is being developed by Medici Development Partners.

Currently, 24 Cambria properties are open and 25 are under development in the U.S. and Canada. Choice Hotels has 6,300 hotels in 35 countries and territories.

CoreLogic shows rise in home prices

Fort Worth-Arlington home prices rose 6.8 percent in May in CoreLogic’s Home Price Index.

On a month-over-month basis, home prices increased locally by 1.2 percent from April, said the California-based provider of real estate data and analytics.

Nationwide, home prices increased by 6.3 percent in May and 1.7 percent over April, it said.

“Mortgage rates on 30-year fixed-rate loans remained below 4 percent through May, helping to fuel home-purchase activity,” said Frank Nothaft, chief economist for CoreLogic. “Our homes-for-sale listing data shows that markets with high demand and limited supply ... are recording double-digit appreciation rates over the past year.”


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Sandra Baker, 817-390-7727

Twitter: @SandraBakerFWST