Upscale


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Upscale

Describing a high quality good, product, service or property. For example, an upscale neighborhood is assumed to contain nice, desirable homes, and an upscale clothing store may sell designer fashions. Upscale products are usually expensive.
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This attitudinal segment is 24 percent more developed among Upscale Latinos than among non-Hispanic Upscales.
Upscale imports do particularly well during the winter giving season as consumers invest a little more for holiday gatherings and gift giving.
Several years ago, the upscale market began to expand as many of the houses in the Heights area were rebuilt or renovated and areas like Chenal and Valley Falls saw an increase in the number of speculative houses built, Underhill said.
com) brings upscale elegance to African American themed restaurants.
Upscale Hispanics live in two cultures with three-quarters speaking both English and Spanish.
From a feature standpoint, retailers can leverage the power of the upscale segment by optimizing reach and lift year-round.
Although 31 percent of respondents said they preferred an ethnic restaurant or dinner house - defined as an upscale sit-down restaurant that serves multiple cuisines - only 15 percent frequent a dinner house, while 23 percent seek out ethnic food.
It was the first all-suite upscale hotel brand to enter the industry and today has nearly 190 hotels.
At the same time, no upscale rental alternative currently exists for active adults whose income exceeds the qualifications for the township-sponsored apartments.
We are proud that the new Doubletree Hotel Syracuse represents the first upscale, full-service hotel within the Hilton Family of Hotels to enter the Greater Syracuse market," said Dave Horton, senior vice president - brand management for Doubletree Hotels.
The La Quinta area is a perfect place for an upscale hotel brand such as Embassy Suites, and adding this hotel to our roster takes us closer to our goal of having 300 hotels by 2010.
Hersha Hospitality Trust is a self-advised real estate investment trust that owns interests in 63 high quality, upper-upscale, upscale and midscale limited service and extended-stay hotel properties with 7,940 rooms located in high barrier to entry markets primarily from Metro Boston, Massachusetts to Metro Washington, DC with strong, national franchise affiliations.