Details for 125+ rooms Hotel for sale
HOTEL FOR SALE 125+ rooms on almost 9 acres next to a parcel containing large national retail tenants. Retail expansion opportunities also exist. Perfect opportunity for family run operation and first time owners. Onsite apartment available for live in owners! Seller can take back mortgage to qualified family! Don’t miss this opportunity to buy or get into the hotel business by yourself or with your family!!
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Layoffs are increasing almost daily as businesses are made to shut down because of the deadly infection, prompting people to seek unemployment benefits. Blue-collar employees, including domestic workers, food and hospitality workers, home health aides, taxi drivers and nail and hair salon industry workers, many of whom are South Asians, are desperately looking for financial help from any quarter possible to be able to put food on the table and save their families.
It won’t be an exaggeration to say that life has changed virtually overnight, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic that’s brought the world to a standstill. Most people have been staying home, a self-imposed quarantine or exile, if you will, as they try to cope with canceled events, closed schools, shuttered offices, and fearful friends.
Amit Jani, who was appointed as the Asian American Pacific Islander outreach director for former Vice President Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, has been facing the ire of Muslim and civil rights activists and South Asian progressives, for his family’s ties with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party.
When repeated reference to Biryani, one of India’s most popular aromatic delicacies, was made by the BJP to denigrate people holding sit-in protests against the controversial citizenship law in the Muslim-dominated Shaheen Bagh in Delhi, it brought under focus how food has been used in India to make political statements and to divide communities.