Valerie Dennis Craven: Hello.
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VDC: Absolutely. Yes. It has a very hip vibe right when you walk in. Just colors, styles, aimed at being trendy. The one that we’re at specifically, it’s in Minneapolis in the uptown neighborhood, which is just a trendy area. Lots of people, aimed at Millennials in the neighborhood. And you can tell throughout this hotel.
CT: So, guys if you’re listening to us on iTunes or one of the other podcast channels, make sure you come back to interiors+sources and buildings.com.
We’ll post some pictures from this particular one. I actually stayed in the first Moxy. My first Moxy was in Munich.
VDC: Yeah. We couldn’t even tell for sure that we were coming in the door. It’s almost like a speakeasy in a way, just trying to be nondescript on purpose for the entrance.
CT: Yeah. It was kinda cool. And on the inside, they have like a record-listening room I guess. You can sit there and they have records. Of course, if it’s aimed at Millennials, did Millennials even grow up with records? I don’t think so.
VDC: It’s a door.
CT: It’s a garage door that opens up. We’ll post a picture on the websites that you can take a look, where you can sit outside and cars drive by.
Well, thanks for joining us. And tune in for the next episode.
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