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Business management & development


There’s gold


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in the MUD


As the number of mixed-use developments (MUDs) and schemes across the UK and EMEA continues to rise, their combination of residential, retail, leisure and entertainment facilities – as well as co-working spaces and shared amenities – could become a mainstay of the hospitality sector. Jim Banks speaks to Russell Kett, chairman of HVS; Marloes Knippenberg, CEO of Kerten Hospitality; and Dexter Moren, founder of Dexter Moren Associates, about the rise of MUDs and their appeal in a post-Covid world.


ne of the most remarkable features of the hospitality sector is its willingness to evolve. Hotel operators are constantly looking to innovate in both services and property design, and keeping pace with the demands of the market is the main priority. That flexibility, drive and focus on service has put hospitality at the very heart of the recent boom in mixed-use developments (MUDs).


A MUD can be many different things. It can be the extension of services from a hotel into the surrounding community to open up new revenue opportunities. When hotels provide food and beverage services, working and meeting spaces and leisure opportunities, they are also by default mixed-use assets. Taking this logic a step further, hotels are perfectly poised to become cornerstones of their communities.


Hotel Management International / www.hmi-online.com


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