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Marriott to manage NJ hotel.

Owner/developer Alfred Sanzari Enterprises of Hackensack, New Jersey, has announced that Marriott Hotels, Resorts and Suites, a division of the Marriott Corporation, Washington D.C., has been named as the management firm for the hotel at the mixed-use Glenpointe project in Teaneck.

Marriott at Glenpointe, a it is called, is full-service hotel consisting of 345 guest rooms including 15 executive suites and an exclusive concierge floor.

According to Deborah Dahms-Voorhees, director of Marketing at the new Marriott, the hotel also boasts an array of refined on-site comforts, such as: a graciously appointed lobby and piano bar; 22,000 square feet of meeting and conference space; The Grill, an American cuisine restaurant which is already renowned for its 'Express Lunch Buffet'; and, "the best location in Bergen County".

The development is located at the intersection of 1-80 and 1-95. It is less than three miles from the George Washington Bridge, five miles from the Meadowlands Sports Complex and a 15-minute drive from Newark International Airport.
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Title Annotation:Review and Forecast, Section V; Marriott at Glenpointe, Teaneck, New Jersey
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jun 24, 1992
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