In 1991, a few investors seized the opportunity to build the first-ever Marriott franchised hotel in Utah. So, they created a company, named it after a historic Utah location and developed the Fairfield Inn located in Provo, Utah. In the mid-1990’s they developed two Courtyard by Marriott properties and acquired a Residence Inn by Marriott all located in Utah.
In 2008, Joel Sybrowsky, one of the principal investor’s son, had just completed the sale of his technology company. Looking for something new to do, he stepped in to bring leadership and a focus on growth. He rebranded the Company as Lodging Dynamics
Hospitality Group and went to work. Weathering the great recession which began in
2008 taught the Company how to navigate tough times. Over the following 10 years, the company expanded beyond its Utah borders into states spanning from Illinois to Hawaii. During those expansion years, the company grew to manage, acquire, and develop more than 40 premium-brand hotels.
In 2018 Joel and Cory Turner, Lodging Dynamics then Vice President of development, separated the development practice from the hospitality management practice. The management practice continues to operate as Lodging Dynamics while the development practice is now known as Dynamic City Capital (DCC). DCC and Lodging Dynamics operate as sister companies with a shared history, common ownership, and closely aligned interests. Cory and Joel are principal owners in both entities.
The change empowers DCC to continue providing best-in-class development and asset management services, while supporting Lodging Dynamics’ continued focus on the growth of its award-winning hospitality management services.