Dimension Development Acquires The 220-Room Westin Crystal City in Arlington, Virginia

. August 01, 2017

NATCHITOCHES, LA. August 1, 2017 - Dimension Development announces their most recent addition of The Westin Crystal City.

Under the direction of Chairman, Sam Friedman, Dimension Development has seen significant growth in recent years. "Our success is due to the relationships we have developed with our ownership groups and the results our teams have produced for them. We look forward to continued growth and selecting properties that generate the largest return for our stakeholders," said Sam Friedman.

Located in the growing area of Arlington, VA, The Westin Crystal City is steps from the Crystal City Metro, and three miles from the White House and Capital Building. The hotel features 220 modern guest rooms and amenities, a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant, and 16,000 square feet of contemporary meeting and event space. The hotel will be led by General Manager, Matt Gerber, who brings a wealth of knowledge about the DC market.

Bridget McEowen, Vice President of Operations, will oversee transition and corporate management of the hotel. "Westin is a great brand and one we look forward to adding more to our portfolio in the future. The Westin Crystal City has a strong position in the market with an exceptional team. Using this combination and Dimension's approach to luxury hotels will help us drive results for our owners."

About Dimension Development Company

Dimension Development Co. was founded in 1988, and has successfully developed, acquired and managed full-service, all-suite, and limited feature hotels. The company's various hotel partnerships have produced winning combinations in markets throughout the country. Dimension is a growth-oriented hospitality management company. Its current portfolio consists of more than 57 hotels across the US with the leading brands: Marriott International, Inc., Hilton Worldwide, Hyatt Global and Resorts and InterContinental Hotel Group.

Contact:
Nate Philippsen
nathaniel.philippsen@dimdev.com
248.509.5043

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